7 Responses to “Surgery Addict”

  1. Shawn

    Looks like he might be mistaking the “cone of shame” for an actual ice cream cone….watch out….that could be his next entree!

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  2. banjokatt

    Corn cobs aren’t good for either dogs or cats! I had a silver tabby who had an apparent intestinal blockage but x-rays and other diagnostic imaging showed nothing. He got sicker and sicker and was near death. The vet decided to open him up for surgery and discovered a small piece of corn cob blocking his intestines. Because the corn cob was fibrous, it hadn’t shown up on the x-rays. You would have thought we’d learned from that experience but somehow Oogie found another bit of corn cob and blocked himself again! My dad’s two dogs also have a thing for buttery corn cobs but I now know enough to put them in the garbage immediately so they won’t get into them into them!

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  3. Susan Senn

    We bought a Simple Human self-closing garbage can from Contaier Store. Expensive but a heck of a lot cheaper than two surgeries….

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  4. Pupfly

    I’m so glad he’s ok and that he has humans who are willing to pay for surgery. He’s a lucky, sweet boy!

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