.Little Lena was put through the miseries of an early morning xray and exam. This vet might've had more expensive equipment but he didn't have many people skills.
Yeah, she's in rough shape from the bite, broken leg and infection but saying it would be best to get her leg off right away was a bit much.
We told him we would like to treat her and try to set the leg to try it that way first.
We had a cat in similar straits 30 years ago and he turned out fine! I at least would like to try to help her keep the leg, right? I would've thought a vet would also.
Back to our country vet tomorrow for a game plan.
Upsetting to both of us.
I came home with a splitting headache and went to the quiet of the studio.
I turn all those churning feelings into something beautiful.
'Cardinals' is now ready for the quilting frame as soon as I get to work on the lighthouses!
I did begin to quilt the top by working out the design for the borders and now I have to
figure out the blocks-it's a fine line between the necessity of quilting lines to hold the whole thing together and accenting the block without overwhelming them.
It will come.
Lena slept, ate and went to the litter box without much else except for hugs.