Our visit to the vet was not a trip Agador enjoyed. Yes, he growled and made awful sounds when we extracted him from his crate. We had to unscrew it to lift him out because he was not going to come out without a struggle.
He tolerated the temperature taking and was 103 (kitties should be under 102, that being high as well), so we know he is sick. Then we had to wait and I brought out his blanket from the crate and he lay on it, much happier than the formica table top. I folded it around him to let him "hide" from the room. He kept eyeing the crate and I could tell he just wanted to crawl inside and go home.
When dear Dr. Endo came in (she was the one who took care of our Annie and did her surgery), she listened as I explained all that had been going on with Agador. She listened with her stethoscope which Agador did not like and kept growling. Then she took him to have blood drawn, to have subcutaneous water injected, vitamins and then antibiotics.
After that Agador said enough, take me home.
He seemed perkier after the fluids were given. Still not interested in food nor would he drink voluntarily. He did a big pee in the litter box this morning and thankfully he has not vomited since Sunday night. Yeah!!!!!
Dr. Endo called to say all the blood work came back fine except for some unknown cause of a bad infection. I've decided to bring him in today to check his temperature and to give him some more fluids. I just want to keep him hydrated to help fight the infection he has. Hopefully the broad spectrum antibiotics will do the job and he will bounce back.
Please keep the Power of the Paws Prayers going for Mr. Agador!