CATALOGUE 100

A hundred catalogues! This should be a cause for rejoicing, but life being life, after mentioning in CATALOGUE 99 that Mystic had not had a bleed from his nose all week, all hell broke loose this lunchtime.

I’d fed the mogs and was sitting down to a quiet sandwich when Mystic sneezed, and a large amount of clotted blood landed on the carpet. This was followed by a flow of bright red blood with lumps in it, that went on for a very long time. I rang the vet, and both a vet and a nurse came round very promptly. Of course it subsided just before they arrived, but by that time there were many soaked kitchen towels in the bin, I was fairly bloody, the utility room sink ditto and poor Mystic both bloody and exhausted.

The medical team kindly followed him around at floor level in order to assess him without upsetting him. He’s tired but recovering, they have decided to arrange for an antibiotic that I can pick up tomorrow. They also talked me through it all, confirming my suspicions that the erosion of tissue inside his nostril is almost certainly even worse than the outer surface of the nose. Hopefully the antibiotic will help to reduce infection and inflammation, and help to keep the bleeding down.

Nevertheless this is another step down the inevitable slippery slope, so cuddles shall be redoubled and expensive food lavished. Bless his dear old paws.

Fluff flirted with the nice ladies and Felix hid in his dining room – no changes there, then.

 

mystic-on-bed

Only eight months ago his nose looked like this šŸ˜¦

 

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3 thoughts on “CATALOGUE 100

  1. Ugh – poor Mystic! šŸ˜¦ He’s in stellar company so far as sneezing nose tissue goes – John Lennon and Carrie Fisher had the same ordeal, only self-inflicted of course… šŸ˜¦
    Hope your little star is feeling more comfy and cosseted very soon šŸ™‚

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    1. Bless him, he’s sleeping very restfully this afternoon – I guess the build/up of inflammation/infection explains a couple of restless days, now I come to look back. He had his first dose of the new antibiotic at lunchtime, so maybe that’s helping too, I hope so. šŸ™‚

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    2. Bless him, he’s sleeping very restfully this afternoon – I guess the build/up of inflammation/infection explains a couple of restless days, now I come to look back. He had his first dose of the new antibiotic at lunchtime, so maybe that’s helping too, I hope so. šŸ™‚

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