She has had serious eye drainage for a month or so but I couldn't catch her. When I returned from Edinburgh, the eye was obviously blind. I was able to swoop her into the carrier finally. The vet said removing it would be best. They dissected the eye and said it was a mess but they couldn't find what had caused the problem. Now PT is confined to the cathouse at the back of the garage. She learned to manipulate the cone quickly fortunately and won't get hung up on anything. The problem will be keeping her in there.
After being held for the first time for two hours at the the vet she seems to have decided that isn't all bad. She came to be scritched when I returned after giving her some time to adjust. Guess I will take antihistamines and do that occasionally. Wish I could have her in the house. She is a sweet cat. I hope she heals quickly without complications. She is to be confined with the cone for two weeks but I won't be home that long.
For Eileen and her dysfunctional boss. And for Lee and Linda and Tony, who have housing woes and prayers.
And for Lee and Jonathan who need parishes to care for.
For Margaret and Joel who are true disciples ministering to the people on the poorest Native American reservation in the US. For all those who believe that guns can solve our problems. May Godde preserve us!
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