Wednesday, December 22, 2010


The vet called and said that Snowy's blood levels looked better as far as his pancreatitis goes; however, his liver panel levels came back looking even worse than last week. So . . . he can't come home right now.

Right now they're just trying to get him rehydrated and try to get his nausea under control. In the morning, she wants to do a test for Cushing's Disease. She'll call again later in the day to let us know how he's getting along.

Thanks so much to all who have checked in throughout the day and kept Sir Snowy in your thoughts.

Also, I've been enjoying reading your religious background entries; each of them are heartfelt and honest and insightful.

And as to the one who asked if the pictures posted today were with the new camera--no, I'm still using up a few pictures from my old camera.

Signing off, for now. I'm frightfully tired and "stretched" feeling and still need to get a whole bunch of work done for tonight's Candlelight Communion service.

I'll let you know if anything changes in Snowy World.

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Frapper said...

My prayers are with you all still & with Snowy. I am so hopeful that the vet will be able to find some medication that might help him to start feeling better. Rehydration will surely help him, and with prayer & the vet's skills, we are hoping he can be home for Christmas.

Anonymous said...

I don't think I've ever commented here before, but I so look forward to reading your blog. My prayers are with Snowy, praying answers are there to make him start feeling better. Oh...I did follow Sarah's blog for years, praying for her healing alongside thousands of others. Such a pretty young lady, the college dude isn't bad either..Wink..Wink. Karen

Anonymous said...

Thank you for taking the time to update! Pam T

Nancy said...

Thank you for being YOU. Thank you for letting us in on the trials in your life. I too, have a daily blog that I share with pictures. I hope you will continue to do for years to come, no matter what anyone says.
My prayers are with Snowy. :-( I didnt know he got sick again until now. You have a lot of prayers coming for your little guy.
God bless

Anonymous said...

Keeping Snowy and Snowy's family in my thoughts and prayers. Hopefully he will respond well to the fluids they will be giving him and will be home with you by Christmas Eve! Hugs to all of you.
Linda in Pittburgh