Mary had a little lamb,
Its fleece was white as snow.
Everywhere that Mary went,
The lamb was sure to go.
Their fleece is white as snow.
Everywhere that Misty goes,
Those lambs are sure to GO!!!
GO - that is the important word!!!! I want them to GO away. Hanging around my tail is so annoying!!! Baaaa - or is that Bah!!! I have been trying to shoo them away, but I can't seem to get the message across. I even tried going round and round in circles trying to catch them, but all that did was make me dizzy. Mom says she thinks they are going to stick around for another day - sheesh!!!
Aside from those lambsies, I am doing well. Last night is a blur to me. I was still pretty dizzy and unsettled from the anesthesia. But after a good night's rest in my kennel, I am feeling much better today. I want to say I am bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, but I think I may have lost some of that bushiness:( The lamb bandage can come off tomorrow, but the cone is here to stay for two weeks until the stitches come out. At least I got a new cone. Mom kept the duct-taped old one as a backup. Mom doesn't think I have much pain, but you know, we Sibes are very stoic. I am not telling:) I can't take Rimadyl because it upsets my tummy. I am getting some tramadol, but Mom has a feeling it too is bothering me. She is going to cut the dose in half for a day or so, and then maybe stop it. She is going to talk about that with Dr. B. tomorrow when he calls to check on me. In the meantime, if anyone has any ideas for how to deal with those silly lambs, please let me know.
Woos - Misty
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Awww, you're doing great. I know mom will take great care of you. So will your siblings.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches all around and my best to your wonderful mom. 💞
T think those lambs are cute, Misty. It is not everyone who gets a stylin' bandage like that.ReplyDelete
BAH HUMBUG ON Lambs on your very pretty tush/tail Misty.ReplyDelete
I sure am glad to see your happy Sibe face. Tell the Momster and brudders hello and thank mom for her kind comment on my header.
Your lambie bandage is cute, Misty, and if it helps you to heal, then it's a good thing. We continue to send you lots and lots of healing vibes and AireZen!ReplyDelete
Hi, Misty! I am very glad to hear how well your surgery went. I think that a large dose of patience will be a great help to you! Two weeks will pass in no time at all.ReplyDelete
We hope Misty gets better real fast.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you weren't wordless sweet Misty, we were wondering how you were doing. Heal quickly sweet girl and those lambs will scatter on their own.ReplyDelete
Oh it is good get the 'bah humbug lambies' off your chest, Misty; a load shared is halved and all that! continuing the POTP this side... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
We have loads of ideas on how to remove the lambs, but we know they need to be there until the Dr says they can go away! We are purraying that things heal up fast and you are back to No cone and no lambs soon!ReplyDelete
Lulu: "Oh dear! Stalking lambs and the cone of shame! Hmm, maybe you could arrange it so you can see the lambs and count them and then you'll go to sleep and when you wake up the cone and the lambs will be gone? I'm sending lots of fluffy tail wags for that to happen!"ReplyDelete
You need to let yourself heal and then you will be better than ever. Take a nap like a bear and wake up ready to run.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear those lambs are bothering you, Misty. We're glad to hear the surgery went well and we have our paws crossed that you heal quickly.ReplyDelete
we are so glad that efurrything went well... and to have some lambs is not that bad ;O)ReplyDelete
I know it's hard, but be patient, little one! ❤️ReplyDelete
so sorry about those pesky lambs and the meds. Bob was on Tramodol for his knee surgery and said it made him feel bad. we ended up taking him off of it. you look so beautiful and the cone enhances your beauty. I hope that will help you put up with it for the next two weeks. they are so not fun to wear... lots of POTP coming your wayReplyDelete
We are so glad you are doing ok, if not a little uncomfortable. We are sending you POTP for a quick and speedy recovery!ReplyDelete
Lee and Phod
Time will fly by and soon you'll grow a big fluffy tail again and be running with your brothers. Just dream about spring days in the yard.ReplyDelete
Glad you're doing well, sweet girl. Here's hoping those pesky lambs go away soon. If you like I can send Norman to herd them on their way if you like. 🐑ReplyDelete
Poor Mary - oops I mean Misty......you will just have to be patient about those lambs because they will EVENTUALLY go away and you will get your bushy beautiful tail furs back but for now - those lambs are protecting your very tender spot! Hope you don't hurt dear Misty....behave yourself and you'll be coneless and lambless in no time!!!!ReplyDelete
you're Home darling girl! you're safe.ReplyDelete
and you have wonderful family and all these friends wishing you well.
all is good. and you have the prettiest snowy fur! sending you love. XO
We hope you can get rid of those lambs and the cone soon.ReplyDelete
The lambs are a nice touch. Praying you heal quickly. XOReplyDelete
Those lambs are cute, and they are doing a good job keeping your stitches clean and nice. We wish you a speedy recovery for sure!ReplyDelete
Rosie and Redford