Saturday, November 10, 2012

The healing process

As Peaches heals strange things are happening. Today she started crying like a one-year-old baby; that's not terribly unusual but she generally has particular reasons to do that. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out what the heck she was crying about. After trying several things I offered her her dinner.

It's a first. She has never cried for dinner before. And she ate like she hadn't eaten in a week.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Peaches is hanging out in the office with me as I work. She is looking good after her surgery but she has sneezed a few times. They were dry. I'm keeping a weather eye on her respiratory system!

She's been a real trooper through two surgeries now. The first simply cleaned up and sealed the wounded follicle. Tuesday's cleaned out the infection, removed two follicles, and left her will a huge healing scar.

She had a good time over the weekend at the Renaissance Faire in Escondido. She let everyone who was captivated by her hold her and gave them affection.

Let's hope that she can stay away from the surgery table for awhile!

Peaches is recovering.

Peaches is recovering from her hour-long surgery. She had a mass located in her tail section that was infected that was affecting the follicles above. The mass was large and the surgery site is lengthy. So far the healing is going well.