|Dorian, pict taken on Friday|
|Agatha, Henry, Dorian|
So tonight Dorian was slow to come to the door to ask to be let out. He did, and I figured I just woke him up. He then sat down by my knee and meowed at me... One meow, the rest were silent meows.
So I assumed he was still waking up, but as time passed I was starting to get concerned. Dorian just sat there. So I gave him the kitten massage, stimulating him to get his blood flowing. His back legs reacted differently from what I expected, but not so majorly that it freaked me out, but enough that it added to my concern. I put him down and he just sat there. My husband mentioned that he thought he was walking funny, so I put him in the middle of the room and moved away from him and he stood up and started to walk towards us. He walks, but there is a little too much toddling for my tastes. Kind of like he has lost a little of his balance or his feet have pins and needles.
at this point I fed them. And he ate. I became less concerned because he ate. if he didn't, I might have run him to an emergency clinic (considering what came next)
After the three of them ate, Agatha and Henry ran around a bit more and Dorian just sat there, so I put him back in his bed. He sorta fell where I laid him and he just stayed there.
I haven't ruled out low blood glucose. Might be the main reason or simply a symptom. Could be lyme *shrug* Doesn't seem likely because it seems that it takes some time for symptoms to appear, but they can show up as early as 7 days.. I wouldn't mind if that was the case because for the most part that is treatable. other then that, I can't imagine any scenario where this ends positively. I'm going to get him in to the shelter in the morning (unless we have a full and utter recovery in the AM) and see what they want to do about it. I'll probably dig out my glucometer and see if I can get a blood sugar reading too.
|Get well my darlin..|