They did another xray just to compare the fluid from Saturday's xray. And it was worse. He said if it were his he'd let her go, cause if they drained it, it would come back quickly anyway.
This seems very similar like a repeat of what we went through with Mario. And we did drain the fluid, and it did come back. We tried for a few weeks for him, and he went in daily for fluids, new meds, etc.
I didn't want to put Dixie through all that and all the force feedings she didn't like. So I let her go. It was extra hard, cause she perked up at the vet, and was purring and even lifted her back end when you pet her. But I knew if I brought her home, I'd be back...later today or tomorrow.
Horrible. She went downhill just so very fast, only a month and a half a go she was totally normal. I remember thinking how good she looked. And now this. You just never really know. Life really sucks. Dixie was 14 and a half years old. She would have been 15 on August 2. My poor baby, I hope I did the right thing by you.
A pic of my Dixie. Sorry it's sideways, I don't know how to rotate correctly.