Thank you all so much for all your advice and help.
On Saturday afternoon, the vet called and said he is alot brighter and wants desperately to come home, so that is exactly what we did.
When we got to the surgery you would have thought that they were killing him ! We could hear him meowing...he has his voice back !
Anyway, when the vet bought him down, and he caught a glimpse of us, he yowled as if he was saying " I'm here !!!! " It was so cute and I had to take a huge breath to get myself under control.
The test results are all back and all negative. The positive thing is that while he still has chronic, very watery stools, he knocked back several bowl fulls of Hill Scientific I/D diet food, whilst there. The towel we had in the carrier, they hung over the front of his pen, and then a thicker blanket over that, so while he was in darkness, he was a lot more settled, and maybe out of boredom, ate the food.
Since he has been home, we have him on a diet of chicken and I/D diet, and I hope I'm not presuming things to fast, but he actually has the tiniest bulge of a 'food bady' showing ! Can't tell you how
delighted I am !!!
When we got home, I started to read the paper, and he stepped over my hand and he curled up on the table, in my arms, and slept from 7pm to 11:40pm. I am now in so much back pain, as I didn't want to disturb him by moving, and he just didn't stop purring. I was also just pleased to be able to cradle Pauie, in a little purring curled up ball again.
He does seem a lot brighter. Although he is now crawling with fleas, but the vet said wait 10 days before treating him with Advantige, to give his body a chance to recover a little. He is so
purrey and mews a lot like a kitten if he's alone for a minute in the room.
Thank you all for the emails. I did ask about Nutrigel Yzma, but the
vet only knows of a powder and he didn't want to give it to him, as
it can irritate the bowel.
Pauie has to be kept on a pure diet of chicken and nothing else, for the time being, except that I/D diet. He only eats chicken, if he thinks he is stealing it from my plate and I'm eating at the same time ( heeheeheee...I will be living on chicken myself at this rate...at least I'll lose weight ! ), otherwise he tends to pick at the I/D food as if it's poisonous. Still, I'll live on chicken for the rest of my life it means he'll eat !
Pauie is far from being out of the woods, but at this moment in time, I think he may have the tiniest claw tip, edging towards the road to recovery. How I, or my family would have coped if we hadn't had all your support and messages of kindness, I never would have known. Thank you from the the very bottom of our hearts.
Peace, Love, and Happiness, Always
& the rest of the Harmon family Clan.
This is a picture of Pau Sau before he went to the vet. Look how skinny his back end is