He remains on assisted breathing with tubes in his nose and they give him respiratory treatments several times a day with a mask. He has had a few panic attacks and told me he has them because he feels like sometimes he can't breathe. His right lung remains compressed from tumors and just yesterday he was told he has a very large blood clot in his upper groin, a few in his knee and a couple below the knee. He told me "I so want to live, want to see my girls graduate and I wonder if the chemo worked? If it doesn't we'll just try something else"
His wife has been told there's nothing else to try - immunotherapy didn't work and his lung cancer growths are inoperable.
On another note - the cat is still very temperamental. When I saw her yesterday she greeted me by rubbing up against my leg and loud purrs - super lovey but when I attempted to go into the bathroom to change her cat box she stood firm at the door, and wouldn't let me go in kept lunging for my feet. I was scared so I backed off. I wish I had a magic wand to make her easy to deal with. I'm basically a dog person and took our dog(s) to training and good citizen classes - one we had was a service dog. I love cats but don't really know how to "read them".