Monday, June 8, 2015

Mancat Monday with Mr. Kitty and Georgie Update



 I will give you a quick rundown of my life with Aunt Cheri and Uncle Don and then turn this over to the beans to give you a Georgie update. It has been five weeks since I moved here and I am settling in just fine.  I LOVE my Uncle Don!


I follow hm everywhere - to the kitchen, bathroom, office.  I even beg for food from him (with the other cats supervising of course).  I sit on his lap any chance I get - when he is on the phone, at the computer or watching TV.  If he ignores me (how dare he?) then I tap him gently with my paw.  If that doesn't work then I give him a love nip on his arm,.  That usually gets his attention! 

I do miss my humans from before but things are not so bad here.  When we had company the other day,  I met a nice guy who has hair the same color as mine!  We hit it off real fine!  Us gingers need to stick together!



As of Sunday Georgie who was diagnosed with Fatty Liver Disease and is in ICU at the vet's, has eaten a bit of tuna on her own - a great sign that the feeding tube might not have to be in long and that she is feeling better.  This photo is from Sat. and she is still a bit loopy from the anesthesia and not feeling well.  She looked so much better a day later and hopefully even better on Monday.



Monday we will meet with the internal medicine specialist to determine when she may be able to come home and how we will be monitoring her.  Georgie seems to know we are there and purrs up a storm, with little chirps every now and then.  There is another Georgie cat in the next cage who got bit by a snake so there is confusion when the vet techs call out "Georgie's parents?"  Two sets of parents answer "Here"! So now we are Snakebite Georgie and just plain Georgie.


To tempt Georgie to eat, she has a buffet of food in her cage at all times.  She is also fed through her feeding tube every couple of hours, plus insulin and other things running through and IV all the time.  I will continue to update on her and sincerely thank you all for your support, sharing of our donation page (see in the sidebar or under the blog header), comments and donations.  We are finding that treating this disease is very costly - we will be upwards close to $3000. by the time she is home.  Money well spent on our sweet Georgie.

20 comments:

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I'm so glad that Georgie is improving! Paws crossed that she continues to eat on her own, so that the tube can be removed sooner than later!

Georgia and Julie said...

We like helping Mom with her breakfast too :)
Good news about Georgie.
We purr he comes home soon!
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

Fur Everywhere said...

Glad to hear Mr. Kitty is still doing well and that Georgie is improving! Purrs and prayers <3

Sometimes, Cats Herd You said...

Paws crossed for Georgie. It sounds like she is getting the best of care.

Hannah and Lucy said...

We hadn't heard about Georgie being so sick until we read your blog today. We hope she will start to eat more even if she just grazes and wanders off and comes back to it again for a few more bites.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Fuzzy Tales said...

Continued purrs and purrayers to Georgie; we hope she'll be able to go home soon.

Mr. Kitty, we're glad you've settled in so well and love your Uncle Don. Yep, males need to stick together!

Brian said...

We are all sending purrs and prayers to dear Georgie. We are so happy to see the you are settling in so nicely Mr. Kitty!

da tabbies o trout towne said...

mr kitty...dood.....we iz mega happee ta lurn ya iz doin sew well & settlin in ...total lee pawesum mews !! in time; ewe will bee like 1000% settled in & by that time haz unka don traned...just rite....ta give ewe hiz foodz like when ever....like a pizza !!!

continmewed purrayer of hope for ewe georgie....we iz veree veree sure St Francis will stand bye yur side each step oh de way until ewe R home & tehn sum ~~~~~

Terri said...

So glad to hear sweet Georgie is improving. Good vet care is expensive even for not-so-serious problems!

What are the odds of having two Georgie's in the vet hospital at the same time?

Marilia Bavaresco said...

Purrrssss to Georgie!

ANGEL ABBYGRACE said...

We are so glad to hear about the continued progress Georgie is making. We are so very hopeful and we are still purrin for a full recovery.

The Swiss Cats said...

We're glad Georgie gets better ! We're happy that Mr Kitty loves Uncle Don. Purrs

Flynn said...

I am glad to hear there is more improvement with Georgie and hope it continues.
It is good to hear Mr Kitty has settled in so well.

Jans Funny Farm said...

Thanks for the updates on both kitties.

The Island Cats said...

Mr. Kitty, we're glad things are working out well in your new home and you love your Uncle Don. We're purring like crazy for Georgie and hope she is better soon and come home.

KarenMcG said...

Georgie, we're stopping in to add our get well wishes and head butts for a speedy recovery.

The Boys and Karen

Caren Gittleman said...

Continued purrs and prayers for Georgie! What a coincidence that TWO kitties side by side have the same name. The name "Georgie" isn't even that common for that to happen. Wow!
Hope she is home by the time you read this!
xoxo

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

Oh, we are so very glad to hear she is eating a little on her own. From our understanding that is a very very good sign. Healing purrs for Sweet Georgie.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I am very glad Mr. Kitty has adjusted so well. And I am praying for Georgie to continue to recover.

meowmeowmans said...

Mr. Kitty! We are so glad you're enjoying living with Aunt Cheri and Uncle Don. That makes us really happy!

Yay for Georgie doing even a bit better. We'll keep on purring and praying for her, and you.

Hugs!

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