Aw Pam its just so gut wrenching to lose one of our little critters. We had to put our Willie down a year ago and a year later we still cry. He was a special little boy to me & my husband. We also had Bo Willie's full litter mate and we lost him too. I always say Willie & Bo want their Momma to help all little critters that come our way. Jake was about
2 and a half per my vet when he came here and I am guessing him to be about
10 now. His little face is all white now. He rules the roost here and shows all the new ones the ropes so to speak. He knows he is number 1 in his Mom's heart, of course they all believe that,lol.
Miss Jazzie had a ruff first night home, the anesthesia made her very ill. Poor baby threw up several times, I am so glad she did not need any of her pain meds the first nite. She was fine the next day, just a little slow going. I kept her on her Tramadol for 3 days and you would not know now she had surgery. I am suppose to keep her quiet and not having her jump. Well, she has decided to be a jumper all of a sudden. I usually sit on the stairs in the house so she will be eye level to keep her from jumping. Jaker knew immediately when I brought her home something was up with her so he was protective of her and watched out for her. I kept the little wild Britney in his kennel more than usual the first couple of days. He is my wild child. I would be lost w/o my babies to care for. Susie