Jumped all the way up to 4.9 pounds! That's more than a 32 percent increase. I wonder if I would be at my driver's license weight if I lost 32 percent of my mass. Hmmmm? The vet was very pleased. Not with the fact that my license is a lie, but that the Little Monster was beefing up. The vet thought her max weight likely is around 6.5 to 7 pounds
What else did we learn? She was remarkably calm but hugged on to me intently. The vet's comment, "She sure is attached to you!"
It appears she has a yeast infection in ears. As a result, she keeps scratching her ears which has caused the sore behind her ear. The ears were all swabbed and cleaned. Drops were provided.
Her eye is looking OK, but will not change (the pupil being dilated).
A food aid was provided which should help with dietary issues and fully non-wheat/corn foods were recommended. The monster may even have some allergies, possibly causing the yeast infection in her ears and the need to poop multiple times throughout the day.
Acquiring a second poop box was suggested.
Her bottom is a little inflamed, probably because of all the pooping.
Vomiting has been nonexistent the last two days. A good sign.
The clawless paws look fine. No issues or problems.
She's microchipped. I knew I felt something in there between her shoulders! A number popped right up. I got a tear in my eye when the machine beeped. I couldn't wait to maybe learn her story. Called the number as soon as we got home and was told that no information has ever been registered with the chip number.
I'm off to purchase some new food, a second box and some other essentials.