Wylla outgrew her little vintage dining set so we upgraded her eating station to a small wooden crate. She's kind of a messy eater, so I put a piece of vinyl on the top to catch the drips. It's working well for now, but I'm sure outgrow it soon enough. Once she's done getting longer, we'll build a permanent piece for her dining needs.
Here's our lanky girl today.
Here she is back in April.
And here she is in early March, when she was first diagnosed with Megaesophagus.
My, how she's grown!
While cleaning the house in preparation for our Tea, I ran across this list of the medications she was on back in March - she's really come a long way. Now, there's no daily doses of anything other than a nutritional supplement.
Things have definitely improved for Wylla, but she's not all better. We had hoped she might grow out of her condition, but it seems if that was going to happen, it would have happened by now.
That's OK - she's feeling good, growing (albeit slowly) living med-free, and her Mega-E is manageable. She's in a good place, and I'm grateful for the progress she's made.