Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Daisy's Preoperative Surprises!

When Daisy woke up yesterday morning she had no idea (or so I would like to think) that she

 would be whisked off the the vet's office to wait for the vet to take the Fentanyl patch off my lap and 

attach it to her back right hind leg. 

And I bet Daisy had no idea that the vet technician would prevent her from tearing the patch off her leg by placing a cone on her head! Uh! Oh!

But when Daisy arrived at home nothing surprised her more than to see a

package from Cynthia, the Good Samaritan who dropped her Christmas shopping itinerary to  drive her and her hysterical mom to the Veterinary Emergency Center on the afternoon of December 8th.

And nothing warmed Daisy's heart more than ever to see that she along with many other friends donated to her surgery fund! Daisy thinks it is so pawsome that over $500 has been donated for her behalf!

As you read this post Daisy was admitted for FHO surgery at Oyster River Veterinary Clinic between 8:00 - 8:30 this morning and will be recuperating there until she is able to go home on Wednesday, December 19th. 

Just knowing that you, my dear friends, neighbors, acquaintances, and clients, are praying for her provides so much comfort for Daisy and I and we couldn't begin to thank you enough for your support! We will keep you posted on the outcome for days, weeks, and months at a time!


  1. Good luck, Daisy. Lots of love heading your way today.


  2. We hope it goes well and Daisy is home soon. Try and not fret April as we know this is the worst part after the actual accident. We are so glad all your pals are helping out. Our thoughts are with you. Take care.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. Good luck daisy and momma...we are praying for you both today!! Aren't blog families just great!!
    stella rose

    1. Yes, blog families are the best, Stella Rose!

  4. Good luck for Daisy today and good Karma for Cynthia!

  5. Wishing all the best for you Daisy. Will be saying prayers for you today.

  6. Keeping my paws crossed for a successful surgery and a speedy recovery.


  7. We wish all the best for Daisy and will be keeping her in our prayers and thoughts. :)

  8. Our paws are crossed, too. Keep us posted!

    -Bart and Ruby

  9. Oh best of luck, sweet Daisy!


  10. We are all sending our very best purrs to sweet Daisy. Before you know it you will be bringing her home, you will be Driving Miss Daisy!

  11. Hey Daisy!
    Wow, we all hate the dreaded cone-of-shame, but sometimes we gotta do what we gotta do to get better. Lots of healing vibes headed to you. Good luck with the dogtor and get well soon.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Furiend

  12. Hoping that Daisy is resting well and that she will be good as new in no time!


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