Little Cat Echo Has A Sad Eye. She’s So Sweet And Playful But Her inꜰected Eye.

Echo is currently struggling with a stubborn eye infection and we are finding it difficult to aid in her recovery. Despite this, she remains in high spirits and we would greatly appreciate any positive thoughts or well wishes sent her way.

On a separate note, I am still baking cookies and taking care of another pet who recently returned home from the hospital. Although the animal is receiving proper care in my at-home hospital ward, they still require assistance in eating through the use of a syringe and have been placed on a strict regimen of IV fluids, antibiotics, pain medication, and eye drops due to their unfortunate battle with Calicivirus. Despite these challenges, they remain optimistic and continue to enjoy the simple pleasures of life, such as baking cookies.VWlPbDA2VC5qcGc=.pngMy companion Echo and I want to express our gratitude for all the generous contributions that have been made. We’ve managed to raise a considerable sum of $650! While some members of my household are unwell, we’re pleased to report that the kittens in our PETCUBE room are healthy and full of life. Fortunately, I received a delightful image of them last night. If you’re interested in checking out our PETCUBE room, simply search for JessicaThompson or the swiftie kittens and you’ll be directed to our feed. Unfortunately, Echo is feeling quite lonely as two of his kitten friends are currently under the weather. However, he has found solace in the company of Mac and Pip who keep him warm with their cuddles. We hope that having friends around will encourage Echo to start feeding himself sooner.U0ltVU0xNy5qcGc=.pngWhile I was munching on my breakfast this morning, I accidentally dipped my feet in the plate – hilarious, right? Moving on to more important matters, Echo is doing much better now, thanks to the world’s immense support. He’s even playing with his sick friends and has a great appetite. Although his eyes are still not at their best, we’re happy to see gradual improvement. As proof, here’s his portrait from early Monday morning. Thank you for showering Echo with so much love and support, it means the world to him. After gobbling up his food each day, Echo gives me a funny look as if to say, “What’s next?” Even though his eyes are still a little icky, we remain optimistic that he’ll make a full recovery. That’s all for now, folks. We’ll update you after his upcoming eye exam.

QzJDTk9sRC5qcGc=.pngEcho currently has a sore on her right eye that may have been present all along but concealed by conjunctivitis. To address this issue, we will maintain the ongoing treatment and impose the “cone of shame” as an additional measure. Initially, I fashioned a small cone for Echo until the larger one intended for rabbits arrives. However, Echo managed to remove it once, so I mended it with duct tape. We can only hope that this solution works well.Y1BGbnlUSS5qcGc=.pngEcho is thrilled to have some extra time to spend with his electronic collar. He is feeling fantastic and his eyes are improving. He is full of energy, enjoys playing and eating, but doesn’t particularly care for medication time. Nevertheless, we try to make it a positive experience. We appreciate all the support and encouragement for Echo’s recovery. He is progressing at a rapid pace and is happily exploring new toys.SkJSakZRRS5qcGc=.pngThis little kitty is simply amazing! I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to all those who aided in his healing and rehabilitation. Echo is now back in action, and after a quick treat, he’s ready to go again!

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