- Sep 19, 2006
- Glendale, CATifornia
His normal eating, drinking and elimination are GOOD signs, and the good vet is another plus.I spoke with the covering IMVet.. Gave her a brief history. She said as long as Geoffrey is eating, drinking, peeing, pooping, IfShe feels he is stable enough to wait until Tomorrow-- to see Dr B's associate (student) or Wednesday--when Dr B is back.
She said if any of this changes, or he starts vomiting, or he looks worse.. to go to ER.
Right now they are slammed. I asked If I should call before coming in.. She said that may be a good idea, because sometimes they divert to other ERs..
It would, by avoiding all the closed off roads take me as long to get to Main Angell as it would to get to the Satellite Angell..
Geoffrey did poop, and pee, and came out for nibbles..
Definitely going to get up early, dressed, call and email Dr B's secretary tomorrow. J will be right on top of this.. I trust her immensely..
Still watching him like a hawk..
The covering IMVEt was really nice, kind, understanding.. She is sending Dr Brum and J a note about this..
What I'd say is to not borrow trouble. See what tomorrow brings, and in the meantime, may Geoffrey decide he'll trust you for a snorgle today.