Once Wylla started doing so much better, we noticed a change in her behavior -- she began smelling everything. EVERYTHING. When we return from an outing, we are always greeted by Inspector Stout. She starts sniffing our shoes, my purse, and any bags we brought in. Once we sit down, she hops on our laps and inspects our clothes, hair, hands... everything. And it's not just a little sniff, it's a very long, slow examination process.
She does the same to anyone houseguests we have, and at a recent dinner party, spent the whole evening working the room and thoroughly investigating each of our guests, one by one.
She smells Charlene, too, especially her head and feet.
I'm not sure if there is connection between Megaesophagus and her sense of smell, or if maybe it's just pure coincidence that Inspector Stout started her investigating shortly after she began feeling better, but I need to ask our vet about it during our next visit.
I know we have a few vets and vet techs in the crowd -- any theories on this one?