Indy went first...followed by Bobby, who objected a bit, then didn't quite know what was going on (like, oh well, do what you must....).
The easy one.
The moment Indy was done and put into the carrier for the 25 mins, he pulled one needle out with his teeth.
Tabs kept him company and wouldn't have minded if she had a needle or two. The girl is completely adorable.
Dr Susanna says Indy is very anaemic. Today, she did his spleen and kidneys again. I've consulted my vet and he said we could do a pin-prick to draw some blood and test Indy's red blood count. Meanwhile, I'll pump him with home-cooked food with more protein to address the muscle wastage.
Indy sitting out in the sun after the treatment.
If Indy walks out from his cushion by himself, I throw a party to celebrate. He hasn't been walking at all. I carry him out to eat and to pee and poo every day.
Am starting Indy on Stemtech today.
We don't know what else to do for him already. Hopefully, the stemcells would work to repair whatever is wrong inside.
Yesterday, Lydia taught me how to do physiotherapy for animals - it's called the T-Touch. For Indy, it is exercising the limbs to build muscle. I could also bring Indy out to the sun and make him walk back several times a day. He has to exercise to prevent more muscle wastage.