Tanner went back this morning for a recheck. His abdomen did not appear to be painful this time. This is good news. He is eating well and not vomiting. So we think the pancreatitis is on its way out the door!
The eye still looks swollen and is quite red. He is now on a second eye drop to try and help it heal.
He is also sneezing quite a bit now and seems congested. He was given an antibiotic to start that healing process. While we know that colds shouldn't respond to antibiotics, they seem to be the only thing that helps Tanner overcome it. You may recall in September we tried numerous things to combat the cold and finally, six weeks of antibiotics did the trick!
In other news, this bed of babies and their mother have been returned to the shelter to find forever homes. It was hard dropping them off because I know they were nervous at being some place new, and they had to be separated from mom. I hope they do well and find homes quickly.
Mom Bella was dropped off as well. She is in heat and hopefully her surgery will be uncomplicated. She is a sweet girl that needs a quiet home. She isn't bothered by other cats, but sudden movements can startle her.
Harrison walked around the house last night chirping for his kittens. He loved to play with them and enjoyed watching them be crazy. It is an adjustment for everyone.