The first thing Oyen did when she got home after the swab test and quarantine was to pick up Lucy from the animal hospital where she had been confined for two weeks after undergoing an invasive operation.
She lost a lot of weight and energy. Oyen was telling me that when she arrived at the hospital, Lucy looked so weak and couldn’t stand-up. She wasn’t eating and was only being fed intravenously.
When Lucy heard Oyen’s voice and realized who that was, she started moving her head and tried so hard to get-up. She was still weak and wobbly. When she saw Oyen, her adrenaline probably surged and she wagged her tail. Naglambing na kay Oyen.
Oyen brought her home and lovingly took care of Lucy. Giving her medicine, hand-feeding her, giving her weekly dextrose, etc. Oyen can be a dog nurse.
Fast forward, Lucy is now doing very well, was able to recover and magana ng kumain. She even goes walking with Oyen, short distance lang, like a few meters from our residence just for a change of scenery.
We hope Lucy lives for many more years. She is so lucky to have Oyen loving and caring for her. Had Oyen not gone home when she did, Lucy could have been dead by now.
Keep it up Lucy. Be healthy and strong. We love you.