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standard January 22, 2008 4 responses

In a surprising turn of events Janvier shocked the vets at his pet hospital by making a miraculous recovery. No kidney failure. No more stones in the bladder. Kidney function back to almost normal. In fact, as I type he’s cuddling with M, thrilled to be home.

As for us, we’re $2700 in the hole, scared about the insane treatment regimen that we have to administer over the next seven days (Needles! Fluid bags! Pills! Urg.), but equally thrilled to have our first baby home*.

*C keeps running after him with her Cookie Monster stethoscope, convinced that he still needs medical help. When I told her that the loud “take two cookies and call me in the morning” might scare him, she rummaged in her bag and came up with the Bert thermometer, which I also negged. Poor cat, soon he’s going to wish he was back in his private little cage in the I.C.U. (Just a quick aside: Seriously? Bert is the thermometer? Someone on that Sesame Street medical kit design team has a twisted sense of humor.)

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  • I’ve always picture the Sesame Street people sitting around smoking doobies while coming up with the show’s skits and dialogue, so your theory would not surprise me in the least 😉

  • Oh poor kitty. I’m glad he’s home, and sorry you had to go through all that. $2700!!! Ouch!

  • Congratulations on bringing your kitty home. I used to cry leaving my sick dogs at the vet overnight. It’s so nice to have them home again. Be careful, depending on where your kids put Bert while playing doctor, someone might end up with a severe case of Sesame Street Post Traumatic Stress.
    PS – I’ve tagged you in a meme on my blog. Please check it out.

  • $2700. Ouch! Glad kitty is doing better. *HUGS*

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