Her boss visited her, seeing Gina's lack of sleep and her insides being torn up about her pet, and asked, "How's your kitty?" Apparently, Gina's boss reads my blog (surprise to me!) and knew about Nala. This gracious woman excused Gina to go take care of things. Now, is that a great woman? Yes, she rocks!
A little while later, Gina learned that Nala's x-ray showed the needle still in her stomach and the vet recommended surgery right away. The best news Gina received was that she qualified for "Care Credit" and wouldn't need to fork out nearly $1,000 up front for the surgery.
Gina left work and visited with Nala for a little while at the vet before surgery. Nala is much like a dog. She comes when she is called and is a happy cat wherever she is. I had a cat like that who carried conversations with me, mewing and yelling back.
Her surgery found the needle lodged in her liver. She's recuperating now and should be able to go home tomorrow night. Thank goodness.
Mr. Biggins went home today. He's a sweet dog and and I love him but not as much as I love sleeping in my own bed. It's nice and quiet around here tonight. I have said this before, "Three dogs are a CROWD."
I worked with the low light / night feature on my camera this evening and here's a shot of Bella. Need to work on this mode more.
"Mom, where's a Mr. Biggins? What are we gonna do for fun?"
Me: "Chloe, where's Mr. Biggins?"
"Are you kidding? He's BACK????"
Chloe is approaching 11 years and it shows. Still the spunky female, though.
Bad photos tonight in low light. The sun was setting and this is all I had time for in the photo department.
The pond is quiet, as the fish are experiencing 30 degree nights now. Peaceful.
I can't stop yawning. A hot bath and sleep in my own bed....ahhhh.