Teddybear at the clinic this morning.
Teddybear perked up a little later in the morning. By afternoon, he even ate some ID kibbles, besides the wet ID that I had forcefed him yesterday.
Eating ID on his own.
He wanted the whole jar of ID kibbles I had brought from home.
By evening, the vet said I had a choice of taking him home and nursing him. He can be taken off the drips already since he had perked up a little, and his temperature has improved (back to normal). However, we would leave the catheter on just in case he needs intravenous medication or the drip has to be reinstalled again should his condition take a turn for the worst. I was also worried about Teddybear biting the drip and wetting himself as Bobtail had done.
So, I brought Teddybear home, with oral medications.
Xiao Li being curious of the newcomer.
Hello, Teddybear. Xiao Li and Bandit were both very hospitable and friendly to little Teddybear.
Bandit saying "hi" to his brother, Teddybear. Bandit was smaller than Teddybear when first brought to me. Look at the size difference now. My husband was shocked when he saw Teddybear. He said Teddybear had probably shrunken in size.
Teddybear was curious about the new surroundings, and spent some time exploring the room, but I had to confine him.
He is sleeping now.
Friends, please pray for Teddybear to recover. We do not know what kind of infection he has been infected with, but the blood tests suggest a bacterial infection.