Sprinkles, The DSH Torti cat. The stitching and drainage tubes can be seen on her side where her laceration was repaired.
Gabe, (one of the) DSH black cats that had FLUTD.
Flushing Gabe's cathater before removing it to perform the bladder stone surgery.
His little bladder.
The BB pellet-like stones that were in his bladder.
Flushing one more time before stitching him up, to make sure all the stones are out.
Chico, the other DSH black cat with FLUTD.
Maxie, the DSH black sweetie.
Coco, the little Chihuahua with Anorexia and Azotemia. She also has her little teddy bear with her for comfort!
Buddy, the bulldog with Entropion issues. This picture was taken before the surgery, and as it shows, his right lower eyelid is droopy while his left lower eyelid is right up against his eye.
His eyelid being fixed/stitched up after part was removed (the lower eyelid can be seen as 'droopy' agin in this picture, like his right lower eyelid is).
The few pieces of his lower eyelid that were removed.