Janie has better moments. She doesn't spend every single solitary moment in the corner any longer, still, her prognosis is guarded. I didn't want to show photos of her lying down looking really bad, but this here shows her clean yet frail and very thin. She just finished sun bathing.
I have some food coming in the mail that will help her put on some weight, especially since I'll mix it with other things. Her meals will be super packed with vitamins and all the enzymes she needs for a chance to pull through.
When I talked to Dr. D about end of life care for Mary Jane, he was surprised to find out that MJ will not have any invasive surgeries or treatments. If she was 10 years old that would be different, but she's 16 and I don't believe it is within her best interest to put her through that at this age. Our focus is to keep her from dropping any more weight and keep her food high quality. I will continue to do everything that is reasonable and with the best interest of my baby, who is 84 in human years. She has not been dx with cancer. I just used that as an example of having laid out a care plan for a cat that is up in years. ...continue reading "Mary Jane is my heart"