Tess is home. She's still very sick and can't stand up but she's more alert than she has been.
Dr B took her outside this afternoon and sat in the grass beside her. He said she watched the cars going by and seemed happy to be outdoors.
When we got to the hospital she was sleeping soundly. I walked into her run and spoke to her. She put her head up and looked at me. When I walked out, she put her head back and howled. We all knew she wanted to go home.
She's resting on a big soft bed in the garage to avoid any stairs. When her sisters came to the garage to eat, Tess seemed pleased to see them. She even ate a little as long as I held the dish.
Dr B says she has a very severe case of vestibular disease and it could take several more days before she tries to stand up. We'll take it a day at a time.
Keep that healing POTP coming. She isn't out of danger yet.