Poor Mr Darcy was bought into the clinic at Clifton Rd as he had been vomiting, was very subdued, and refusing to eat which is very unlike him.
His x-rays showed some gas in his intestines but no obvious foreign body was seen. However he didn’t improve with medical treatment, and x-rays the following day showed the gas in his intestines hadn’t moved, so a foreign body was suspected and he went straight to surgery.
Mr Darcy had a CORN ON THE COB removed from his intestines and we are pleased to say that he’s made a speedy recovery once it had been removed.
We were delighted to see Mr Darcy go home with his owner looking much more comfortable and wagging his tail :).
What a lovely boy; so gentle and good natured despite major surgery and long hospital stays.
I would like to thank Helen, Louisa and the whole team at Clifton Road for looking after our lovely Fifi.
We rushed her in just over a week ago thinking the worst and that we were going to lose her, but with the care and support received Fifi has made such a great recovery and has been signed off today.
Thanks again guys you truly are a great team!!! Xx
Theo was brought to the clinic I was working in 2 years ago, at just a few days old….
A huge HIGH FIVE to Becky for gaining DISTINCTION in her course in Feline Nursing!
Welcome to the Paxton Family little fella