The vets are going to try weaning him off the heavy duty pain drugs and the fluids. He has been getting a cocktail of several antibitocs and pain drugs, including Fentanyl, which is an extremely potent narcotic. The sooner he goets off the IV meds, the better. I am going to try to visit him again soon, unfortunatly, he is an hour and a half in the wrong direction from where I work.
It was a quiet day on the farm today, which was good. We all needed it. Listening to Emma as she first called and called for her baby and later began mourning his lose has been hard. From an academic view, hearing her and the different brays she used has been very interesting, there were at least four that I could distinguish. Someday, I will tell you about them. However, I am just not up for "interesting" at the moment and I am glad that there were only a couple of brays today. I normally love hearing my donkeys talk, but not this time. Emma is continuing to stay very close to Tessa, but she did relax enough to really enjoy a lengthy scratching session. She will be well.
The Two Conspirators