Surgery Over

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cid_6e9903c2-c939-44d8-aa59-a605b11cdd6d cid_5c1baf4b-2edf-4c0d-b5c3-e5ce0f247cb9Midnight did great during surgery and is up trying to walk around.  I went to the Vet to visit for a little while and finally was able to get her to purr a little bit.  I’ll bring her home tomorrow.  She was hungry which was a good sign to me.cid_a0553e2d-8e5c-446a-b9cf-d69c766bc57a

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11 thoughts on “Surgery Over”

  1. Hi Midnight! You are lookin good! I’m glad you have the surgery behind you and can look forward to the healing. Keep us posted on your progress. XO Deb and Angel Bandit

  2. YAAAAAAAAAY FOR MIDNIGHT!! Surgery is done!! She really is lookin’ good! Even though they always seem to get carried away with the clippers and always shave a boatload of fur, her incision looks great!!

    Get some rest!! Midnight is on good pain meds!


    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

    1. Thanks so much. The Vet said I could bring her home tonight but I thought it would be best for her to spend a night there so they could watch her. I’m sure she will be ready to come home in the morning.

  3. Midnight looks great! So glad to see all went well ! Wanting to eat is fantastic yeah! Incision does look great , good surgeon! Its good they are keeping her tonight and can monitor her .You guys try get some rest tonight ! Look forward to seeing her home tomorrow!:)
    Holly and Purrkins

  4. Oh midnight!! You look great! (maybe a little cold! They sure do shave alot off don’t they??)
    Having an appetite is a great sign!! So nice you get to bring her home soon! Lots of love & REST!
    Chris & Kylie xo

  5. We’re getting a special room set up for the sweet girl. I plan to pick her up around noon today. The Vet has sent her leg off one more time for further testing and we should get the results by the end of this week.
    A little nervous about Midnight coming home. I’m sure she will be fine and will be excited to be home.

  6. First just a tip, most people wont see your comments here, they will come look once and comment and wont see your have written more. For the best help use the forums.
    Please try not to get sad! That is normal for most cats to want to hide! Its best to block off under the bed so she cannot get under it. Pillows, blankets anything just so its inaccessible. You need to be able to get to her at med time. Provide a little safe spot for her you can get to her. Purrkins stayed in the closet that was his choice;) I made a make shift bed for him in there and it was his comfort area. I slept in closet too lol As for her not eating ,again common after surgery, if your feeding dry try wet food and stinker food usually helps! Tuna and salmon even the juice is good for them to get some fluids. Keep up on her pain meds. Please jump on for help and or advice ok. you can always direct message any of us too.We are all happy to help in any way possible ! Don’t go thru this alone ok! No reason to worry alone we can help guide and most certainly we understand ! We are no vets or experts, people just like you sharing our experiences of what worked for each of us as we each went thru recovery . It will get easier I promise you!
    Hugs to you both

  7. We are going back to the Vet this afternoon. Midnight is getting around ok but not eating and only drinking a little. I’m very concerned about her so back to the Vet today.

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