Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Here, of course
Make sure she's drinking and eating normal. Keep an eye on her tummy and make sure it's not tensing up or pulsating again.. I still may call another emergency vet just to ask and get another professional opinion.
This place is top-flight. I spoke with a doc too. They pretty much said to bring her in if I get antsy. She is acting almost 100% right now, stretching and not exactly frolicking but being the knob she normally is. No pulsing that I can discern, tail a floppin around. Called work and I'm not going in, gonna pay for that move too.
Never cook bacon while naked.