Sherri says goodbye to Heather
I've pretty much left Heather alone;
she has stopped shivering and is sitting in a corner of the living room,
observing us. As the kids and I took a nap on the couch,
there wasn't much to observe, but she's getting the idea, I hope,
that this is a warm & comfortable place to be and building up some confidence.
At least she's stopped trying to scratch thru the patio door.
Rico offers Heather one of his prized possessions . . .
. . . but she prefers to hide in the corner.
This is one terrified dog; won't walk on leash;
immediately "pancakes" if I come anywhere near her.
Ate a small bit of chicken breast; refused all other food.
Won't allow me to put pill in her mouth, after the first time.
Will have to pick up something more delectable for her today.
When I do carry her outside, she pees and I know she has been drinking.
Well, at least she slept sort of on a bed during the night . . .
Heather ventured out of her corner this morning,
but skedaddled right back when I walked out of the computer room.
She pushed a bit of food around in her bowl,
but didn't actually eat any of it.
I've not yet checked her stitches,
as I don't want to scaire her by turning her upside down.