Another week has passed since I last posted. Why and how is time, especially the summer passing so quickly? When you're a kid every day seems like an eternity. This was true through most of my younger years. But all that seems to be changing now. There never seems to be enough hours in each day. Months are passing so quickly, and events of a couple of years ago seem like they happened yesterday. And lets not get started about how on some days I can lose my keys, glasses and my train of thought. Am I the only one this is happening too?
Enough of that. The past week was a busy and pretty good one. Each day taken up by work, and the evenings with appointments and the dogs.
~Cricket, who's doing really well~
Gus was seen a second time by the holistic vet for acupuncture. The wound is getting smaller and is surrounded by new, healthy and pink tissue. The acupuncture treatments already seem to be making a difference. He's up and around a bit more and just seems to feel and be happier overall.
This morning I took Beau's to see the ophthalmologist.
Beau waited patiently for an hour past our appointment time to be seen.
The ophthalmologist said that the entropia has damaged Beau's eyes over his lifetime. Surgery to correct it could be done. However given his age, (about 13ish) the ophthalmologist is recommending a less invasive procedure that can probably best be described as an "eye-lift"--Something our cat, the lovely Ms. Yellow (below) certainly doesn't need --But if the rescue agrees and approves, I think will make a difference for Beau.