Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Abby Update

Abby is doing better. She is here at work with me so that I can make sure she gets to her food, and water. I also carry her outside every now and then. I can usually tell when she needs to go potty, because when I ask her she perks right up.
She seems to be balancing very well, and sits up a lot. When I stand her up and flatten out her feet she can stand on her own until she tries to walk, and then she know to sit back on her bottom, where as before she just fell frontwards or to her right side.
She is definitely trying as hard as possible to get better, and I can tell this because she is trying to move a lot more, where as before she didn't at all. This morning when we got to work she got all excited when the car stopped. and when I grabbed her kennel out of the back set she tried to get up. and before I knew it she was rolling around in there. It was really sad, because she had no control, but at the same time it was exciting to see that she is trying.
everyone here at work is very concerned for her, and I have a couple of friends working on some energy work. One lady I recently introduced myself to is helping a lot with message techniques to help with her blood flow, and removing bad energy. I have always had a spiritual side, to me, and I strongly believe in miracles.

Everything will work out...I am very hopeful.

This video brings a smile to my face...she will soon be back to this state!


  1. This is very good news! I know that God loves all of his creation--great and small, and that God's Universe is a Spiritual Universe. I'm in a constant state of prayer for Abby. Miracles are happening all around us--all the time.

  2. Hi Tileena,
    Abby sounds like a really determined little soul! :)

    What advice and prognosis has the veterinarian given?

  3. Hi Tileena--I've been thinking about Abby every day since this happened. She's constantly in my thoughts and prayers! Hoping for the best outcome for a sweet spirit. Please keep us posted!!! Linda

  4. This is the low down on recovery, and in the mean time He has me giving her two cortisone shots/day:

    Little change is seen in the neurologic status in the first 14 days after onset of signs. Most of the improvement occurs between day 21 and 42. Improvement due to remyelination is complete in most patients within 6-12 weeks after the onset of signs. If improvement has not been detected after 21-30 days, recovery is highly unlikely.

  5. Keeping Abby in my thoughts Tileena. The massage sounds a good idea and I'm sure that will help.

  6. Lesley-
    Thank you so much! Something must be working, because she is getting happier and happier by the hour.

  7. I'm so glad she's doing better. I'll keep her in my thoughts and prayers.