We hope you all had a super holiday with lots of good food and treats. We thought you might like to see what our Thanksgiving dinner looked like, so here's how Mom put it together for us.
First she mashed up a sweet potato.
Next she stirred in some cooked rice and three packets of FortiFlora.
Look at this plate of turkey!
The turkey pieces got stirred into the rice and potato mixture.
Then she scooped the mix onto tortillas.
Dad folded them over and put cheese slices on top.
Mom stuck them in the microwave till the cheese got all melty. Then Dad cut them into nine nice big pieces and we each had one with our kibble.
Oh boy, were they ever good!!!!!
The next day there was some of the turkey and rice mix left, so Mom put in the leftover mashed potatoes and gravy from their Thanksgiving dinner and mixed it into our kibbles for our dinner. It was just as good on the second day and we all gobbled it up.
After dinner yesterday we were on our way back upstairs when Mom yelled for Dad to come help her. Little Mackey was having a seizure. Dad sent the rest of us outside and he and Mom helped Mackey get thru the awful seizure. It lasted twelve minutes and poor Mackey was really scared.
When it was over, Dad took her outside to poop, then she was kind of wobbly and scared, so she hid in the dark bedroom for about an hour. Mom called Dr B and discussed it with him. He said that since the seizures are coming more often and lasting longer, it's time to consider some medication to try and control them. Mom and Dad talked about it a lot last night and they're going to talk with Dr B again this week to come up with a plan.
Today, after a good night's sleep, Mackey seems fine and is running around with the rest of us, but these are scary situations for her and the peeps. Mom says we're waiting a few day for the birthday party till we're sure Mackey is 100%.
Your pal, Fudge