Come Saturday and she remembered. She tricked me into the car. I thought we were going for car rides. I got tricked again... and we ended up at the vampires.
I was shivering and shivering and refusing to get down and this time i gave her a hard time. I jumped from seat to seat and she was like a crazy cow opening this door and that door. I think the vampires were laughing at her behind the glass doors.
I was finally
The cow: We are just here for the results. No more blood taking okay.
Dommy: Are you sure? They look like they want my blood.
The cow: Just results and stop shaking will you.
I was made to wait and i had to lie down on this cold metal thingy. Won't you be afraid if you were me. I am just a Curly with a weak heart you know. Why do you make me wait and shiver and make my heart go faster and faster. I got a murmur you know.
The door. My escape route... How do i open the dooorrrrrrrrrrrrrr... HELPPPPPPPPP!
Don't take my bloooooooooooood pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Don't take my bloooooooddddd.
YAY! We are done. Can we go get some ice-cream please.
They took all my blood.. All of my blood. I am so drained... The vampires took all my blood.
I am so tired i can't even open my eyes. I'll let my cow continue this post.
Dommy's bloodworks was good overall. He can go off the prednisone. His blood platelets has gone up a lot which is a good thing. His liver markings are not too great. Could be the prednisone that he was taking for a month.
The vets had a hard time taking another tube of blood from him this time as they need to check on his thyroid. They couldn't test with the earlier sample they took the other day as he has to have the medicine at least 4 - 6 hours before a blood sample is taken. I kinda messed up the timing in the earlier bloodworks and so i subjected him to another blood donation drive to the vampires. Poor guy. He was fidgetting so much, they got to get two vets in to get a sample. He was looking at me with the saddest eyes and telling me HELP ME HELP ME.
We also checked his eyes as i've noticed there are some grey areas. He's in the early stages of cataract. As the vet says, he'll see shapes but he cannot see very well now. Cataract operation is not an option as it is very expensive here and we do not want to subject him to so much pain and discomfort. As long as he is happy and eating well, we will enjoy our days of grace with him.
Thank you all for crossing your fingers, toes and paws. You are all great people. We are thankful to you for keeping Dommy in your thoughts and prayers.
He's back to being a robust dog at 8.4kgs today.