LBass Posted September 22, 2008 Share Posted September 22, 2008 Last Thursday evening Piper ate a kitchen sponge. I spoke with the vet about the situation on Friday morning. She said to watch him for vomiting and bring him in if that occurred. She also said to watch for the sponge making it's way out in poo. Piper has seemed absolutely fine since then. No vomiting. Healthy appetite. Playful. Normal firmish poo. The thing that is worrying me is that, so far, there have been no bits of blue sponge in his poo. I've been on numerous blue poo scouting trips and finally mowed the grass, which gave me a very thorough tour of the yard--no signs of any part of the sponge. I called the vet this morning and she is of the opinion that, as long as Piper is feeling well, eating, pooping normally, and not vomiting, he will be OK. Does this sound like a reasonable approach? --Lucy and Piper (with well scrubbed innards) Quote Lucy with Greyhound Nate and OSH Tinker. With loving memories of MoMo (FTH Chyna Moon), Spirit, Miles the slinky kitty (OSH), Piper "The Perfect" (Oneco Chaplin), Winston, Yoda, Hector, and Claire. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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