The medicine the "fill-in" doctor gave her on Saturday should take care of any infection in the sore, so that's good. She'll finish those antibiotics on Sunday.
I know I complained about her vet bills in my last post, but I don't really mind the cost. I would pay whatever it took to make sure she was okay. Whether it was $20 dollars or $2,000.
When she got so upset Saturday at the vet, I realized how attached I am to her. I mean, I always knew I loved her & always wanted her with me, but I saw just how horrible it would be if she wasn't here with us. Maisy is, always has been & always will be a part of our family.
So, here are some pictures of the slimmer, but still CRAZY, Maisy!
The slimmer & trimmer Maisy!
Can you see her bald patch? The doctor shaved around the sore so that we could keep an eye on it better. Hard to believe that LITTLE sore could turn into such a BIG problem.
Showing off her newly pedicured nails!
The antibiotics for her sore & the drops for her ears.
You might be wondering what this puzzle has to do with Maisy. Well, nothing really. I just wanted to show you what Matt & I have working on for almost 2 weeks! I thought it would be fun for us to work a puzzle together (I know, go ahead, call me lame or laugh at me or whatever, but for the record, it HAS been fun!) I wanted to get a 700-piece puzzle of a scene from the Kentucky Derby.
But, nooooooooooooo. SOMEONE wanted to get the 2,000-piece puzzle of the Las Vegas skyline.
Here's Matt working on it earlier tonight. Do you know how hard it is to MOVE a puzzle of this size? We didn't actually think it would take us this long to put together, which is why we put it on the kitchen table. This past Saturday, we had friends over to watch the Razorback football game & I needed to use the kitchen table for the food display. The puzzle was not part of my design plan. So, we had to buy a huge U-Haul moving box, cut it to "puzzle size" & carefully slide the puzzle over to the flat piece of cardboard. We stuck it in my scrapbook room for the party & then moved it back to the table on Sunday! I don't know what we'll do with it once we finish it. I guess we'll get some puzzle glue & maybe frame it? But, I don't know. What do you think?