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Today she is eating normally and drinking from the bowl on her own. Stools are still small but are beginning to look more like a smaller version of normal poop. No blood I can see with the naked eye. Her crop is still kind of soft, but not as enlarged as yesterday. She's not as fluffed up and has been up and around. My other one is still acting completely normal but has a teeny tiny bit of blood in her poop still (and I have to closely examine it to even find any). Fingers crossed they both continue to improve! I'm feeling optimistic and super grateful to everyone who reached out to help. Thank you all so much <3 

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Today she is eating normally and drinking from the bowl on her own. Stools are still small but are beginning to look more like a smaller version of normal poop. No blood I can see with the naked eye. Her crop is still kind of soft, but not as enlarged as yesterday. She's not as fluffed up and has been up and around. My other one is still acting completely normal but has a teeny tiny bit of blood in her poop still (and I have to closely examine it to even find any). Fingers crossed they both continue to improve! I'm feeling optimistic and super grateful to everyone who reached out to help. Thank you all so much <3 

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Thank you for the update. You're doing great. Good job.

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You win some and lose some. When at first you don't succeed: try... try... try... try and try again.

 

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Poop Chart 

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post #33 of 33

Thanks for all the updates, and really glad they are improving! 

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