BIG Sybil Update:
When we got Sybil we were told she was going to give birth within a few days. After two weeks with no kittens we called our case manager suspecting a miscarriage. On May 3rd, Sybil had an ultrasound that revealed a single, living, kitten. Yesterday, she had surgery to clean out her infection and it was determined that the kitten must have died; however when they opened the sack they found a living kitten the size of a two-week old! The vet took the kitten home last night. I haven't heard anything about how the kitten is doing. When we asked, we were told they didn't know either, but no news is usually good news. We hope for a kitten update soon.
Sybil is recovering in our bathroom and will likely be up for adoption this weekend.
Sybil's eye had cleared up and she had no symptoms other than not having given birth. She was affectionate, walking around, eating, drinking, using the litter box etc., and yet our case manager said that if we hadn't said something this infection probably would have killed her. Cats are masters at hiding illness; If you think something might be wrong with your pet call your vet.
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