It's strange how previously, she was always dying to get out (making her daily escapades the moment anyone enters the room, even devising a crafty way of waiting from afar and dashing out the moment we open the grille so that we don't suspect she is trying to make an escape!), now she wants to get in!
The grass is always greener on "the other side", I suppose. And one doesn't quite appreciate what one has until one leaves it...then longs to get back to it!
Tabs has two shaven areas - under the neck (for the jugular blood taking) and on the leg (for the drip). It will take time for her medium-length hair to grow back.
She seems much, much better today. The sneezing is down to a bare minimum and she is active again.
Today is Day 4 of the Vibravet. The vet did say it would take 3-4 days to see results. Tabs has to finish the whole course of 2 weeks. Then, I shall have to fortify her with probiotics, which I am already doing now (using Nutri+Gen), but I give it many hours after administering the antibiotics.
Meanwhile, Cow started sneezing yesterday and I quickly gave him Vetri DMG. I haven't heard him sneeze since then (fingers crossed). By the way, did you know that Vetri DMG is an all-natural product? No wonder it is so effective.
This morning, I gave the Petalive Immunity and Liver Support to Cow, Bunny and Tiger.
Bunny looks "fat" here because he is doing the gopher pose!
Everyone else gets Vetri DMG.
The mother-and-daughter, also the fiercest of the brood.
Pole, a model local cat, in terms of size and shape.
This little lady is all muscle, so don't mess with her. She is definitely stronger than me.
I'm just letting Tabs in for awhile and will monitor her condition. As long as she stays away from the rest, it ought to be alright. If I don't, she will still sit right outside the grille and the rest will go to the grille to see her, which is closer proximity.
The vet says her flu only spreads through the air and not through food or water.
Flu or no flu, and whatever the weather, Indy keeps watch for intruders.
He is the alpha.
(Indy is also all-muscle.)