We apologize if we are absent or late to visit and comment lately. We are juggling all of Astrid's medication administrations and bandage changes on top of everything else, but we don't mind. That being said, we will be getting back on track soon and plan to visit all of you who have shared your kind words with us. Please do know that we are so, so appreciative to have such wonderful friends as all of you!
Now, today is Mancat Monday.
Evan here wanted everyone to know that he is and will continue to be a magnificent nurse for Astrid. His favorite is to help when we change the bandage on her foot.
We hope you all have a marvelous Monday!
Our Tip of the Day:
If your furbaby has a procedure done, do be sure to always get all at-home care instructions from your veterinarian. Some procedures come with certain rules, you could say. For example, if your furbaby comes home with an incision, bandage removal and/or replacement may need to occur on a certain day thereafter, which may occur at home or at a followup visit. Sometimes a followup appointment will be necessary for suture removal. For a number of procedures, certain medications may go home with you to administer them to your kitty or pup, such as antibiotics, pain medication, or an anti-inflammatory. Some procedures, such as dentals, may have rules for when and what your furbaby can eat. So, do always ensure that you understand what is expected of you and your furbaby after arriving home following a procedure, as recovery continues even after you've left the vet's office.