Misha's old wound infected again

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Registered: 05-20-2003
Misha's old wound infected again
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Sat, 01-19-2013 - 2:47pm

I called the vet this morning as Misha has some really foul smelling drainage coming from his old wound.  Dr B gave me two syringes of the "special formula" in case I needed it and was in the middle of moving.  The vet said I was right and to go ahead and wash out the wound.  I hope he is smelling prettier by tomorrow.  His wound fell down between the lumps of his tumour for quite awhile and it popped up in sight again yesterday. 

He is not too bothered by it as he ate well many times today and is under his tent now on the couch by my dh.

Misty threw up a hairball on the floor but some yuck went on her bed.  So I'm doing her bed laundry and Misha's shirts.  I've been so busy this morning.  Now I have to go wash the pet fountain.  What a messy pair I have.  LOL

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Sat, 01-19-2013 - 2:59pm

Well shoot.  That's too bad that his wound is infected again.  I hope that Dr B's special formula will clear it up once again and get him smelling better.

That's good that it doesn't bother him and he's still eating well.

I'm washing pet beds and towels today too.  I have one load in the drier and one in the washer.  Since trouble doesn't wash his hind end any more, he can sure stink up his beds and towels when I'm not able to wash him right away  Yes these furkids of ours sure do keep up busy.

Kisses to Misha and Misty too.


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Registered: 05-20-2003
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 3:27pm

It sure is good that I have lots of shirts and can through them in the washer as I have to use chlorox in them.

Sounds like you and I are both in the pet laundry business today.  Kisses to Trouble.

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Registered: 01-13-2005
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 3:47pm

Gosh Jane....that's gotta be hard for you to do all this, but then again, he is your baby.  Work like that is never work cuz they are our babies.  I sure hope his would will heal up a bit.  I am glad he is eatin well.  They sure are keepin their mom busy today!!!  Please give them both kisses from me n the furpack!!!

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Registered: 05-20-2003
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 3:58pm

Like I told the vet when she asked the first time if I would mind doing his wound washings at home with the special formula.  I said I would do anything for my baby boy.

I'll pass on your kisses to them both.  They are of course napping now.  LOL

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Registered: 12-01-2003
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 4:51pm

I just wish so bad this would just diisapear

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Registered: 06-24-2003
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 7:47pm

   Geeez what is the deal with that sore. That poor boy...and mom too.  Thank goodness at least it's care you can give at home..  That's one good thing..

   Misty..your trichobezoar sure made a mess...   LOL  That's what Rick's always saying when Jo leaves me one to clean up...

   When I clean our cats bedding...it's our bed....LOL    That's my Sundays...

   hugs and kisses all around

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Registered: 05-20-2003
Sat, 01-19-2013 - 11:32pm

That wound may never heal as it is cancer diseased skin.  I'm just happy I have this special formula from the vet and the wound will look a lot better in a couple of days.  This formula is normally used for cows mastitis but my vet uses it for stubborn infections like the one Misha has.

He is such a good patient that I can't complain.  Yes it is nice that I can give the care at home as it is he has to go there enough.

Good for Rick.  Trichobezoar sounds much better than hairball.  LOL

Oh wow I'd rather clean my cat's beds instead of all the work doing my bed.

Thank you for the angel hugs.....so cute.

 

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