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    Lots of vibes for you and Nancy xxxx
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    Sending loads of vibes to you and Nancy! xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mini lop1 View Post
    Sending lots of vibes is he managing t get in and out hr litter tray easily enough?
    Yes she can get in and out with no problem. She does not appear to have mobility issues and Alex did check her rear joints too.

    Thank you everyone for the kind words I will update in due course.


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    Best wishes for Nancy.
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    adding our vibes for Nancy

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    An update on Nancy.

    She has a clear bacterial infection - 2 types of bacteria were present as was evidence of miniscule crystals. She has been started off on a 14 day course of Baytril which I collected after work today. The Baytril will definitely help with one bacteria - but may not help with the other. He did give me the names of other antibiotics which may be needed if she does not respond to the Baytril but I cannot remember them!

    Her blood test was more or less ok. Her glucose level was normal, liver enzyme (?) was slightly raised but not enough to cause concern. Nothing obvious showed up to indicate kidney issues. Given that other than the 'wee' problem she is fine in herself with no weight loss or loss of appetite, she had not been tested for EC. I had no idea her symptoms could be caused by EC - it was suggested by a Facebook friend - I thought EC presented with neurological symptoms.

    The upshot of all of the above is that she has a follow up appointment on Friday 19th to see how she is after 10 days of Baytril and she will have new tests.

    If she has not improved she will need to have a scan of her bladder to see what is going on and will also be tested for EC


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    Hopefully the Baytril will clear the infection up and Nancy's wee problem will then resolve xx



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    It's always reassuring to get a clear result, even if it means poor Nancy has an infection. I hope that she responds well to the Baytril and soon feels a lot better.

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    Poor Nancy didn't like Baytril.

    Why oh why can't it taste nice like Metacam?


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    Vibes for Nancy,yes baytril is horrible.I used to put it fifty fifty with neat Ribena for my bridge buns.It helped,though they still didn't relish it.

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