Annette Posted May 7, 2016 Share Posted May 7, 2016 I wish I was Pogo because he does not know that he is sick. I posted his video of him rooing and running. He is very happy and goofy. We went to UW-Madison for his monthly check up as part of the rapamycin study. It was an overnight stay. Trying to keep Pogo contained when he knows that he is going somewhere in impossible unless he is locked in a room or barricaded (so I thought). He was became an extra appendage yesterday morning because he was following so close. I couldn't get him into the bedroom so I figured I could barricade him in the living room. Our living room, kitchen, and dining room are all just one big room. We have a couch and two living room chairs dividing the space up. I took two dining room chairs and used them to block the "entrance" to the living room. Surely that would keep him confined. I was in the yard and I looked at the dining room window and there was Pogo. In order to get through the barricade without knocking over chairs would be to jump off or leap over the couch. I will never know what he did. Pogo's oncologist called late Thursday afternoon with the results of his bloodwork and urinalysis. It sounded busy at the hospital and I hoped he was just sounding tired from a rough day at work. His white blood count was low, but he had quite a bit of clumping and told me not to worry. He had radiographs today and it showed 5 small mets on his lungs. We now have him on Palladia. Quote Annette, mom to Banjo (AJN Spider Man) & Casey (kitty), wife to Roy. Mom to bridgekids: Wheat (GH), Icabod (GH), Scarlett (Cab's Peg Bundy), Rhett (Kiowa Day Juice), Dixie (Pazzo Dixie), Pogo/Gleason (Rambunctious), and Miriam (Miriam of Ruckus) and Spooky, Taffy, Garfield, & Lefty (kitties) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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