Poor little cat-kitten!
A year ago this month, our 2 younger daughters brought me a little fur mess. She had just either been dropped, or plunged into a dry creek bed from the road above. She had a tear on her inner thigh and she was a real mess, but then, I looked into those eyes, they pleaded with me~
The open wound had to have staples placed. That ended up becoming infected and if that were not enough, the little fur ball, had a Bot Fly Larvae that had to be removed from the back of her neck~
Survhee Pipka and our German Shepherd Meaka became best friends as soon as she arrived on the scene~
It began that I would just foster this little beauty for the Oldham County Humane Society, and then one day, not long after she had arrived...I fell in love. I used the excuse to my husby, that the dog would never be the same if we removed her from her presence...that seemed to work it's magic~
She went through a very slim stage while she was recovering from her ailments, and she grew tighter in with our family unit, except for our 15 year old cat Spencer, whom still to this day hates her, thus no images of her present in this post~
Of course things would not have been right, if Survhee had, had a normal spaying either, along with a severe ear infection, both of which took several vet visits to clear up. The cat-kitten who came to us as free to good home, ended up costing us right at $700.00, her first 9 months with us...whew that is more than our registered German Shepherd cost~
I could see her becoming a very gorgeous kit-cat as the weeks went on, her fur just seemed to blossom all over the place~
One day, I came into my room and the Survhee ( My play on the word survivor) was sitting in this position. She sits like this most all of the time. She gets in this position to look outside the window, door, to even see something on the tellie. She sits this was to beg for special treats, and her other funny characteristic, is that she almost always lies upside down. I told my husby, if she is upside down, she never misses seeing what we are up to~
Update on my condition...
I have been diagnosed with Supraventricular Tachycardia, and will have an outpatient surgery procedure done on June 14.
Today I will have a stress test and have echo cardiogram done, as well as blood work. This may not yet, be the whole story and yet it is a relief to get some answers.
I have had no events, nothing at all, and so was a bit perplexed when the Cardiologist rang me up on Monday.
I thought that she was just checking in on me and how the monitor was working out. I told her that I was a little bit down that we had not captured any event yet, and then she asked the most peculiar question...
"Mrs. Cromer, what were you doing at 2:04 on Saturday afternoon?"
What was I doing, why would you ask...
"You did have an event then, as well as 2 others and what you have is..." and then she explained...
Our daughter Brittany had the same thing 4 years ago.
The most difficult thing though is I still need to have an event like what I have had to know for sure, that this is all that is going on and so I must continue to wear the monitor for remainder of month and possibly as long as 2 more months, unless the tests this day, show something ahead of that.
I feel fine, I am just so very, very tired.
I would appreciate so much your thoughts and prayers.
Have a very wonderful weekend~