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Vibes for Baby Bonnie, please?

post #1 of 27
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I dropped her off at the vet's this evening as her spay is tomorrow and I just started a new job, have to be out of the house before the vet opens in the morning.

Her spay is scheduled for sometime tomorrow, then they'll keep her overnight for observation, as that is their policy, which means I won't see her again until Wednesday night around 6 p.m.!

I am spending all day the next two weeks in training, and I actually cried a bit leaving her there to spend the next 48 hours all alone in a cage! She sleeps with me every night, and I'm going to miss her and will be worried about her for the next two days - and Max is already roaming the house calling out for her fairly loudly.

Oh, I think we all need some vibes, Bonnie for her surgery and so that she isn't too sad and feeling abandoned, and Max and me for worrying about her and missing her so much!

Thanks for any vibes you can spare!!!
post #2 of 27
lots of Good vibes, thoughts and prayers from me and my furkids that Bonnie's spay goes well! and to you! I am sure everything will go fine.
post #3 of 27
Some vibes for Bonnie! and some to comfort you!
post #4 of 27
Bonnie vibes headed your way! Poor little munchkin.
post #5 of 27
Oh Betsy Many vibes for ALL of you
post #6 of 27
Lots of vibes coming Bonnie's way and yours as well. She'll be back with you before you know it.
post #7 of 27
I know how you feel I just did that last monday with Meeko only she had pyo and is 8.5 years old so it was more complicated.
We dropped her off at 7:40 at the vets and picked her up at the vets after 5 the same day. Cleo hated Meeko until a few days ago.
we think it is because Cleo had the same smell when she was fixed in Nov.
Everything should go well for your cat.
Meeko has disolving stitches.
They did say what your cat will have?
If you want to read about what happened here are the links.
http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...ighlight=meeko

http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...ighlight=meeko
post #8 of 27
& for your little girl... plus some for you!
post #9 of 27
Thread Starter 
She will have regular stiches - I'm more worried about having to leave her there for two days and two nights rather than the spay itself. I'll have to take her back in two weeks for the sutures to come out.

Thanks for the vibes, please keep them coming!!!
post #10 of 27
for Baby Bonnie and for Max & Betsy!

I bet she will be stuck to you like glue when you get her back
post #11 of 27
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Originally Posted by Bella713 View Post
Oh Betsy Many vibes for ALL of you


It was hard enough for me to leave Riley at the vet for the afternoon. I couldn't imagine 2 nights.

and
post #12 of 27
Vibing for Bonnie and her meowmy.

BTW - YOU GOT A JOB?!??!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!
post #13 of 27
:vi bes:
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post #15 of 27
Pleanty of good for Bonnie and for you.
post #16 of 27
The two days will come and go quickly, before you know it you'll have her back with you. Prayers and for you all.
post #17 of 27
I am glad Meeko came home the same day.
I hate leaving them at the vets also.
You will miss her.
It will go fast though.
Prayers for everything to go well.
post #18 of 27
Be sure and call the vet's once or twice to ease your mind.

Wed evening will be a joyous time, indeed!

Cally
post #19 of 27
for everyone!
post #20 of 27
Thread Starter 
I called and spoke to a tech there who told me that she played with Bonnie for quite a while today and that she was great fun, so that made me feel better.

Her spay is this afternoon, and I will be picking her up around noon tomorrow, as that job I started this week only lasted a day and a half. Long story short, everything happens for a reason, and I am sure I am better off...and this way I get to see Bonnie sooner and be home with her while she recuperates.

Thanks for all your vibes - she should be going into surgery sometime after 5 p.m. from what I understand. This vet schedules things a bit differently than most.
post #21 of 27
for a smooth recovery for Bonnie and that the time goes by fast till you get her home
post #22 of 27
Congratulations on the new job and good luck to Bonnie!!!!
post #23 of 27
Will there be people at the vet watching her overnight?
I hope everything goes well.
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by mews2much View Post
Will there be people at the vet watching her overnight?
I hope everything goes well.
That I can't answer, but the vet is on call 24/7, so I actually think he lives in the rear of the building, but again, I don't know for sure.

From what I am told, it is standard procedure for them to keep the animals overnight as this vet prefers to perform surgeries in the afternoon/early evening rather than in the morning.

I'm glad I called in and checked in on her though, as they have a male in for the combo neuter/declaw and I told them to make DARN sure that my girl comes home with her claws intact just the way nature made her!

I have to find a new vet...there is no way I can take Ferris to see this guy, the office isn't secluded enough. There were folks in there last night complaining that they usually go to other vets but that they used this one for convenience, which is really the only reason I've gone to him.

He's a nice guy, but not top of the line, IMO. I got spoiled having a holistic vet up in MA. Down here in the more rural areas of NC, there isn't much in the way of good vet services, and the closest holistic practitioner is at least an hour away.
post #25 of 27
The vet Cleo went to is in NC.
Its in the raleigh durham area and is a cat only vet.
The breeder told me she is a good vet so if you are not taht far from there I will give you her website.
My vet prefers to do surgeries before 2.
I never did ask them what time Meeko had her surgery.
They called s at 2:30 that day though.
post #26 of 27
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by mews2much View Post
The vet Cleo went to is in NC.
Its in the raleigh durham area and is a cat only vet.
The breeder told me she is a good vet so if you are not taht far from there I will give you her website.
My vet prefers to do surgeries before 2.
I never did ask them what time Meeko had her surgery.
They called s at 2:30 that day though.
Thank you, but that's more than 2 hours away from me. I'm closer to Winston-Salem.
post #27 of 27
Ok I tried.
I think its terrible someone is having their cat declawed.
My vet writes everything down they are having done and puts it on the cage with the cat.
They also have it in the computer and on paper so no mistakes get made.
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