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Re: I’m a champion snuggler. How about if...
...I jump on Pawpaw’s bed with my gentlest paws and purr for him? It will help him to feel allbettersoon even faster. Okay?
We ganged up on Pawpaw and Momma was able to shove the Tamadol down his throat. Thanks for holding down his arms for us. He says the pain isn't as bad as before.
The antiblechotic is having its usual side effect which is counteracted by the side effect of one of the other drugs he is taking. In other words, the human litter box is getting a lot of use.
Please purr that he can sleep. He only slept for 5 hours last night.
Let's all snuggle on the bed with him. That might work.
Thanks for your concern.
If the meds aren't working, then the most important medicine is you furry guys. Snuggle with your pawpaw, and keep him comfortable. ALSO, Uncle Mark, please take what you need. Post surgery, it's okay to take heavier duty medication than you otherwise would ever imagine taking. Please take care of yourself. Even the stinky old CDC and DEA agree that opioids are okay in the days following surgery. Get a few of them, if they were prescribed, because that's what they're for. You will not become addicted to them, and they will not be a gateway drug to other drugs, if you take them as directed. The media and politicians are as wrong-headed about opioids as they are about immigration. That should surprise nofur or furless. Opioids are dangerous for some people. Please look for a private message from my mom on FB. I love you, and so does my stinky mom, and we're glad you are home.
Callie Marie McChew-La and her stinky mom
Pawpaw is home. Unfortunately, he is one hurting puppy. He won't take any opioids but the Tylenol doesn't seem (to Momma) to be doing enough. His shoulders and neck hurt from
bracing against the pain. ALL of his belly muscles HURT. The doctor says there are stitches and knots deep inside there and they are going to hurt for a while. Even the ice inside the cold pack is too hard.