(Aren't Angels fabulous?!)
Like I said, Brownie lived 4.5 years after his diagnosis. Most of the time, my biggest fear was that he was at, or would get to a point where he wanted to be let go, and that I would miss all the signals, or be in denial about how bad it really was. But there was no missing it once he got really sick. I would bet my heart that you will also know when it is time to let go. Until then, I hope you can be in a place where you can celebrate and enjoy with her every day that she still feels good.
plebayo wrote: Thanks for sharing your story, I am ALWAYS worried I'll hold on too long and be in denial. I mean I know what to look for, I know I don't want her to go so bad off she can't move or eat or something, but I'm also worried I just won't get how bad it is, you know?
All fingers, toes and paws over here are crossed. Wishing the very best of news when the results come in. We know you will feel better and make better decisions once you know what is actually going on.plebayo wrote:Alright, we're home! The people at VDIC were awesome, way, way nice and I felt like Sofie was in excellent hands. They gave her some Valium and she woke up totally quiet, which we've never given it to her so she's usually kind of whimpery when she wakes up.
They gave me two disks, one for me and one for an oncologist if that was my intentions to take her there. I have no clue what the pictures mean, I'll try to get some of the pictures off of the cd, they're kind of scary to look at and I have no clue what means what. They'll fax over a report tomorrow.
Sofie is recovering well from her anesthesia, I guess she had a reaction to the propofol her heart rate/respiration's increased, but heck I'd rather have her breathing too quickly than not breathing at all!
plebayo wrote:They'll fax over a report tomorrow.
I have no idea what I'm looking at in that picture (is her nose at the top, like she's on her belly stretched out?) but I am totally thinking of you guys today and sending lots and lots of good vibes!
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