Worry about Nitro

Nitro was sick again this morning he didnt actually puke but he was heaving. I think he was too hot. I think the heat of the bedroom got to him.
I let him out and now he’s ok again. I do worry for him though. Seems he’s been throwing up a lot lately. I should be getting his probiotics in the mail on tuesday, so I will probably start them at the weekend, as I need help to see how much I need to give him. You need to look at the weight chart on the back of the box to see how much he should get.
He’s laying by my feet now, quite happily. He’s had his breakfast and he seems ok. I hope its true and he will be.

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Author: Carol anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

7 thoughts on “Worry about Nitro”

  1. Hug Nitro for me! We had a big scare with our cat Haru. About 3 weeks ago we had to take an emergency trip to Memphis Tennesee without much notice. That’s about a 10 hour drive each way. The day we left, we noticed that Haru’s left ear wasn’t sticking up like usual, and it seemed tender. We called the vet (on Friday) and he said that if it wasn’t better by Monday when we got back we should bring him in. When we got back Saturday night we couldn’t find Haru and the cat sitters said they last saw him that morning. We searched the house for him over and over and couldn’t find him. Several days went by and we decided that he must have gotten outside and lost, we looked all over the neighborhood and had other people looking. We were sure we’d never see him again and were heartbroken thinking of him out there by himself, maybe sick. Wednesday night, 5 days later, we were moving some furniture and heard him inside the sofa. We managed to get him out, but he was really sick and the side of his head was swollen and puffy around his ear. We called the vet at 10:00 pm and the vet said to get him to the emergency vet clinic in Indianapolis, about an hour away, immediately. We got him down there and he needed minor surgery to drain the wound and then antibiotics. We got home at about 5:00 am the next morning. A few days later he needed another drainage surgery and some stitches. It cost us a lot of money, but he’s doing fine now, and he is so happy that he’s OK, it’s like a miracle. We think he must have come out at night for water or he would not have survived, but we don’t leave food out all the time, so he probably had nothing to eat for5 days. It’s awful, but he’s doing great now.

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