One way or another it has been a tiring week. Mainly keeping an eye on Penny day and night but the care is paying off. Today was the first day she didn't cry out loudly when standing up after a long sleep. That was what I found hardest to cope with - not knowing when the next cry would come.
Just as it was getting dark we were on our way the the vets for Mike to check on her progress. I wanted to see how the iPhone / iPod Touch app Hyperlapse would cope with poor lighting conditions. The app nags that the light level is too low but still allows a video to be made. Here is just the first part of the journey out of the village while the light was fading:
Mike, and I, were pleased with the way things are going, the stitches are holding and the join looks as though it is healing well so far. The original large sticking plaster was gradually lifting so it was removed and a new one fitted to keep things covered for a few days longer. Then we can 'look forward' to all the stitches being removed. Only one more day of disguising ten tablets a day so there is less hassle getting Penny to take them. What works with her is to coat them with strawberry jam and then they are lovely treats!
Penny says many thanks for all the good wishes. She is wagging her tail when I get her harness and lead and sets off at a cracking speed every walk. It will take her ages to repay the £289 vets fees (so far) out of her pocket money.......
13 hours ago