You have done a wonderful thing. We found that little beings fall into the pool while being pursued. Great story and outcome.
Very sad - my thoughts and all sympathy.
RIP little Dino
Thanks for asking.
After 3 weeks constant downhill, she finally seems to improve.
I brought her home Tuesday night from the 4th stay at the clinic. Yesterday was still terrible, she could hardly walk, but at midnight suddenly started eating again out of the blue, and still does - she seems to get better and stronger by the hour.
Here’s keeping all my fingers and toes crossed.
Sorry to hear Dino has passed. He lived the high life his last year with you!
I’m glad to hear she’s showing improvement and hope she continues to improve.
This post made my day!
All the love apparent in this thread is truly heart warming.
Great story and awesome outcome for the little guy! Reminds me of a vacation (in a rented house) in Provence many years ago when I got up early and found a hedgehog barely able to splash around, and absolutely exhausted, in the pool - I grabbed one of those plastic chairs with holes in the back and fished him out and put him down to recover. Half an hour later he was off. Was explaining the next day to the owners of the house what had happened in my less than perfect French, and learned the French word for hedgehog (hérisson), which I will never forget.
Thanks for bringing back a great memory!
Bunny update. Yesterday afternoon I brought him out of the safe zone and back into the wild. A few hours later…gone.
Well one of us is enjoying Friday night. Maybe we both are in our own way.
Gotta hide some lava lamp cords (they improve SQ) and stash those extra panels on the sub.
Thank you for the very detail explanation in wanting to know the origin of our best friends. I may never really known the breed of Frances, but I am ok living with mystery. I appreciate your response. Sam
And at current energy costs, worth a fortune
I m so sad to read another dog of yours went to join Chico …;-(. We all know how much you care for your pets and treat them like family…God Speed to Dino!