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Monday, September 21, 2009

Wilson and Wimbledon

Good news:
  • Wilson's eyes are looking fantastic with just the antibiotic eye ointment and the oral antibiotics. He is doing really well and will be neutered later this week or early next week. He is such a sweetheart.
  • Wimbledon is recovery nicely, although he does not like being stuck in a cage and the antibotics are not setting well on his stomach so he has icky poop right now and I have lots of fun cleaning his cage and changing out bedding several times daily. He purrs as soon as you look at him and loves attention and wants to reciprocate and give people love in return. He'll go in for a checkup and to hopefully have his stitches removed next week. He was neutered the same day as his eye surgery since he was already under anesthesia.

Wilson will not be available for adoption for several more weeks after surgery because he will need a second FVRCP+FeLV vaccination. Wimbledon will need the same but also needs time to fully recover and adjust.

We want to extend a big thanks to Dr. Jon Dick at Magnolia Animal Hospital for such a successful surgery, and for taking such good care of our baby.

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