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Bonnie is a baby! — 6 Comments

  1. Katie,
    Thanks for the pictures, and description. Poor Bonnie.
    Poor Katie. 🙂
    Take care, good luck.

  2. Oh, dear, I’ve never had one of my girls react like that, nor was I cautioned to keep them quiet for three weeks! They must do spaying differently in France. Good luck, and I hope Bonnie recovers her spirits soon.

  3. Awwww! Poor Bonnie Baby!
    She is not taking negative experiences too easy, is she? Well I guess we would not jump in joy after a similar surgery tho…
    Hope she is back to her happy self soon! *hugs*

  4. Brassfrog, poor Bonnie indeed! She’s back in rare form this morning – and resumes her name of Trouble!
    Zoomie, the girls just play so rough – like 2 line-backers tackling each other. Don’t want to do any internal damage. I’ll check with the Vet again Friday when her stitches come out. It’s different though, no ‘operating theatre’, just the dog on the table LOL

  5. I recall Lucy coming back from the vet after the same operation and leaping miles high off the back verandah – minutes after the vet saying to us “keep her quiet” – it’s nigh on impossible !!!!!

  6. Astrid, no, she doesn’t do well with negatives… LOL.I give her lots of hugs.
    Kate, keeping either of them quiet is impossible – they feed off each other.