This here is blue he is 4 years old. The week started off really slow I've seen that he was slowly not been playful as he usually is. He slowly starting distancing himself from his brother and sisters and just wanted to be alone. On 10/05/2020 he was throwing up at night greenish yellowish fluids. I took him to the veterinarian on 10/06/2020 so they can examine him.
The veterinarian told me that he had hard fecal in his colon. Blue needed to have his blood work done, have fluids in him, and do an enema. They told me he had to stay the night so they can make sure everything was going okay.
The next morning I called the Veterinarian to ask for an update and he told me that he needed another enema that night and more blood test work and that his glucose came out really high and that he might be diabetic but told me it was fine to take him home later that afternoon.When I went to go pick up Blue something was off about him.
I took him out of his cage and he quickly went to go hide under the couch he didn’t come out all night. I tried bribing him with food to come out. He wasn't interested and I left him a bowl of water but he didn’t drink it I seen that he Peed a little bit and I was really happy but overall it wasn’t the same playful blue.
Today I called the vet and told him that blue is not interested in eating and drinking and that he only peed a little bit. He told me to bring him in and that they have to run more blood test urinal sample and IV fluids. The veterinarian also said that there is possible chance that Blue might be diabetic since his glucose keeps coming out high. Please help Blue.
- Destiny Romero Silva
- Jessica Dávila