Cal welcoming some more scritches and more and more until she dozed off...
The IV that gives her fluids ...
The first thing the vet said to me as I made my way to the isolation room was "She ate just now, by herself." Wah.....we were both pleased and surprised that she did that. Then I saw Cal in her little box with her back facing me. The vet said she was in there by herself as she couldn't risk the other cats at the boarding place as we do not know if Cal has FIV/Felv/FIP. So she will be staying in that room all by herself. It is quiet and I'm sure she appreciates the silence.
When I opened the door to her compartment, she mewed a little and turned around to face me or my voice. We spent some time with each other and I'm glad to see they had cleaned her up. She appeared cleaner and her face was much more clean than when we brought her in yesterday. she has the third eyelid in both her eyes though so I know she is not well at all.
They have given her the ear mediaction and I saw her blood tests. She has no problems with her kidneys, thank goodness.
I stayed for an hour until she fell asleep and asked the vet if I can bring her favourite food - fussiecat tuna and chicken. The vet said I could and so on my next visit I hope she will eat it. I will also be bringing some wipes to clean up her eyes and face and body.
She must be really sick to not mind me touching her at all. In fact she quite welcomed all the scritches. I had thought of bringing her a soft toy but I wonder if it would be the best thing as when she gets better she will have to go back and there would be no soft toys there. :(
I will ask the old aunty if she wants to visit Cal next week. I know she would be glad to see her although the old aunty said she thinks Cal has not long to live in this world.