juniper8204 wrote:Here are some pics of the pike she hit
See how difficult it is to see it? It's not the tall one in the water...it's right in front of the green bushy stuff to the left of the tall one.
And of Mindy just a little while ago...
It's amazing how fast something like this can happen. She has about 20 stitches total.
She's on Novox (generic Rimadyl) twice a day, Tramadol twice a day, and Cephalexin 500mg twice a day. It's a good thing her food (Innova Evo) has probiotics in it...I'm also mixing in a little cottage cheese to help put good bacteria back in her gut.
She's a bit out of it...I'm guessing because of the Tramadol and because it hurts, but I have a feeling as the days go on, I'm going to have a hard time keeping her still.
I'm planning on contacting the city about putting some sort of cushion or having the pikes painted bright orange...the way they are right now makes it very hard to see them. I keep thinking "what if this had been my daughter and she'd fallen face first on this thing" then I get mad all over again and want to beat someone over the head.
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