They are gorgeous Beautiful wee girlies. Got to love the simplicity of the game. I don't know how many times I've bought climbing toys or other items for them and they'd far rather play in the box or bag that it comes in ciao
A brief update. The Princess went to the vet this morning for x-rays. She does, indeed, have a now-healed fracture of one vertebra. There is nothing that can be done so she will have a certain degree of disability all her life. She has no idea there's anything wrong and is otherwise healthy and happy.
I lost the hob kit and the largest jill to some mystery illness. We are still waiting for lab results and pathology to come back to (hopefully) give me some idea what it was. They ran very high fevers and just collapsed. The jill survived for 2 weeks, the hob only a couple of days.
The two remaining jills (other than the Princess) are growing and doing well. They were given the run of the main part of the house this morning. I don't know who was more excited, the girls or their daddy. Kailen was beside himself to have someone to play with.
I'm sorry for the loss of the wee ones . Considering the little ones who've been suffering with high fevers this year and similar symptoms and not responding well to antibiotics I hope that you find some answers. It's sad that little Princess has suffered such damage but she seems to have such amazing spirit. Hopefully, she will continue to progress and lead a long and wonderful life ciao
I'm hoping for some definitive answers but I don't really expect to get any. I suggested, and they are testing for, West Nile. We have had so much rain this year and the mosquitoes are horrible. There were some in the house on and off before the illness started so it's a possibility. I just wish they'd hurry up. I realize that the labs have a lot of things to look at but it's tough when you're the one waiting for some answers.