Wednesday, February 20, 2013
I took the girls into the HS for a check-up and some tests, and I am happy to say, things are looking much better than they were earlier. I'll be taking them in again on Thursday, and I should know more then. They're not out of the woods, but things are looking very promising.
Their energy level is really great and they were bouncing all over the place this morning. I have them inside a wire kennel, so their world is smaller than they would like it to be, but it keeps them safe and allows me to closely monitor them.
Thank you again for all the support. It's been a very stressful past few days, and your words have been so comforting.
It's strange, but saying goodbye to Filbert wasn't the hardest part it all. It was the fight to keep him here that was so difficult. It's gut-wrenching to watch a tiny, sweet boy fail.
I don't know what happens next for animals once they leave our world, but I do know that they are pure, good beings, so whatever it is that waits for them on the other side, if there is such a thing, it can't be anything but peaceful and lovely. And if, by chance, their sweet souls are recycled, I hope dear Filbert returns to us in a healthier body one day.