Rosie is now home since Wednesday afternoon. She has found her old places and behaves nearly normal she only is a little slow in her movements and avoids to jump high.
But she doesn't eat ! and this is what worries me the most. I still have to give her this special food with my finger and also use the syringe to force her to drink.
What comforts me a bit is that she is grooming herself and usually a sick cat doesn't do that, she even washed her darling Arthur.
I had to go to my private litterbox at 3 am and when I got up I saw her taking care of Arthur, it was so sweet that I quickly took these pictures.
She doesn't look like a sick cat ! Her fur is shiny and when she looks at me she has her usual big round eyes. What do you mean ?
Tonight I will cook chicken liver for her. Piccola my very first cat lived for 20 years with only eating chicken liver mixed with bread or a potatoe. 45 years ago there was no can food and no dry food either. Cats ate the left overs from humans. When cans were introduced, I bought one just for a try, but Piccola prefered her chicken liver and didn't touch it.
Now I will see with Rosie.