« 2014 - The Year of the Sweater - First FO | Main | Worse Than I Feared »

Sunday, January 05, 2014

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d834528dcd69e2019b0441039c970d

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Oh Wilma!:

Comments

Helen

I totally get your 'she's only a dog' comment. My cat had some problems this fall with what should have been a routine dental cleaning...I kept telling myself 'she's only a cat', but I would have been very upset if she had died. Get better Wilma! Silly animals.

kathy b

Pass pass pass…more than Gas. WILMA you silly thing.
I am praying to St. Francis of Assisi…..
Huck loved vaseline..he's lick it off my fingers. . would that help her?

kathy b

St Francis, although covered in snow in my yard is listening to our prayers. Wilma …pass that squeakier the old fashioned way!!!!
Keep me posted

Lydia

I hope she is able to get it out quickly and returns to her normal self soon. Poor thing.

She's really lucky to have someone as caring and knowledgeable as you are as an owner.

Charlotte

How long do you have to wait for nature to take its course? What a scary thing to experience.

Ruth

I had a cat that ate a ring from a milk jug,but at the time we didn't know what she had gotten into, she had stopped eating. My vet was out of town called the on call vet and that vet told me to make her eat canned pumpkin and it would bind with the object and nature would take its course. It worked!!!! I baked a piece of chicken with the pumpkin. I don't know if pumpkin is harmful to dogs but maybe you could find out and try it.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Become a Fan

Tip Jar

Change is Good

Tip Jar