One of the papers in Daisy & Violet's post-op instructions says to keep the cones on their heads for 10 days. Another paper says 14. So, I'll be setting the dogs free from their cones on Friday, which'll be 12 days post-op.
I'm always happy to see your grown, neurotypical kids thriving and making their way in the world. But their success doesn't mean you get to point out everything you think I do wrong & tell me what you'd do better.
A week on, and Violet & Daisy are finally acting normal under their E-collar cones. Took Daisy longer, she was so distressed. Po babies have never even had a flea bite before, the itching & not being able to scratch was tortuous :-(
Jayden is a very young 16 10/12 year old. Since preschool he's been in special ed schools & classes. Many of his classes have been all boys, and he's never had a girl his age as a play cousin or friend. He was friendly w a few neighbor girls, over the years, but they quickly passed him up in their maturity so he didn't spend much time with them.
I have applications in with two agencies that provide help with move in deposits. If I'm approved, I have to provide a signed lease & they write a check to the landlord or property management company. Problem is, both have backlogged applications & limited funds, so I don't know if there'll be help when I need it. *crosses fingers*
I was much more concerned about SARS and h1n1 (which actually put my kid in the ICU) than I am about ebola. And it's possible there are no longer any cases of ebola in the US.
I hope folx are done panicking now.
Daisy's especially bothered by her incision, zooming around the room because she can't scratch her belly.
So here comes Jayden playing the Green Hill Zone music from the Sonic games and we laughed hella hard at poor Daisy's expense.
There are six of them. Five are parents. They are discussing how weaponized ebola is being used to scare the public into accepting "the vaccine agenda" so the government can control black people and other groups through vaccines that aren't what the doctors say they are. Oh, and it's already being done, with the flu vaccine.
Last week I saw a Facebook post from badrap.org about an upcoming spay/neuter event, and even tho I have chihuahuas not pit bulls, I texted them to ask if they had spots open for us. They texted back that pitties come first, but depending on turnout they might be able to help.
Now that the owner is selling this property, I will have to deal with prospective buyers coming into our flat & I do not have the right to refuse them as long as I'm given notice. The landlord or realtor must accompany them, but still. Don't want strangers walking thru my place! Hopefully there won't be much interest in the property before we move.
Almost the only places that accept dogs & section 8 are large complexes often replacing post-war public housing, in not-great neighborhoods that are becoming gentrified. I've pretty much given up on finding a house or duplex so I'm mostly focused on these large developments.