Looks like we made it, Pole!

Today is the last day of Pole’s Cystaid Plus, so it’s been 30 days since her last FLUTD.

I open up the capsule and mix the powder with Cindy’s mousse. Initially, she licked it up herself, but after a few days, she refused, so I rub the mixture onto her mouth and she quite willingly licks all of it up. I also crush the Omeprazole granules and mix it together.

Her current food is either AD or Avoderm mixed with Primal.

What is Tabs doing here, you ask? Well, it’s Hari Raya and Tabs decided to balik kampung today.

To my utter surprise, Pole ate some Coco&Joe’s on her own this morning.

It’s noon now and there has been no vomiting. Yay…

We shall take it one day at a time on this food transition.

Meanwhile, it’s good enough that Pole eats and does not vomit. That’s more important.

For Pole, her lifelong medication are (1) Transdermal Methimazole for hyperthyroidism, (2) Amlodipine for high blood pressure.

And for now, she needs transdermal Mirtazapine to cope with the vomiting which the vet suspects is due to nausea caused by her kidney disease and/or the hyperthyroidism. She also needs Omeprazole daily as the vet says many kidney patients take it too.  It would help with her gastritis.

And Pole also takes B12 daily. This is a small tablet and so far, I have been able to give it to her.

A rare Cow family portrait!

Cleo hounds Pole when Pole gets all her small meals throughout the day.



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