Milo's temporary feeding tube, while easy enough to use, did take a some getting accustomed to. When I first saw it I felt a touch squeamish, and was, of course, concerned that I might cause him pain or discomfort while I tried to administer food and medications. My husband is particularly adept at this, and is able to give him comfort while feeding him. I am learning to do the same without letting Milo sense how upset I am about all of this.
Yesterday Milo had a post-surgical follow-up visit to the vet, and he seems to be doing better. He has another appointment on Friday, and will have another blood panel to get a better view of his condition. He definitely has more energy and seems to feel much better than before. It is our hope that he is turning the corner, and that his health will be restored. Once there is evidence that the Fatty Liver Disease is reversed then the feeding tube will be removed. In the meantime we are showering him with love, and hoping for the best. Thank you again for your love and support! xo, Helen >^..^<