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Ever since Patris came back from the hospital, I have gone to his den every afternoon to change his bandages. A process that takes between 30 to 45 minutes. Usually, Akbar, the new help or someone else comes to help me with it.
On the first few days Patris did not show any reactions. Today for the first time he showed signs of discomfort, let me know it hurt and even got up to get away from me. As much as it hurt me to see him in pain, it was heartwarming to learn that all his four legs are getting their feeling back and he can use them. I hope to start his physical therapy as soon as next week.
In the meanwhile, his roommate, Miss Patrisa, is settling in and shows excitement to see me behind the door and wants to play.
Patrisa had the same injuries as Patris and we are getting her ready for her surgery.
With thousands of thanks to Dr. Abedi,
Lida E.Ever since Patris came back from the hospital, I have gone to his den every afternoon to change his bandages. A process that takes between 30 to 45 minutes. Usually, Akbar, the new help or someone else comes to help me with it.
On the first few days Patris did not show any reactions. Today for the first time he showed signs of discomfort, let me know it hurt and even got up to get away from me. As much as it hurt me to see him in pain, it was heartwarming to learn that all his four legs are getting their feeling back and he can use them. I hope to start his physical therapy as soon as next week.
In the meanwhile, his roommate, Miss Patrisa, is settling in and shows excitement to see me behind the door and wants to play.
Patrisa had the same injuries as Patris and we are getting her ready for her surgery.
With thousands of thanks to Dr. Abedi,
Lida E.  
Ever since Patris came back from the hospital, I have gone to his den every afternoon to change his bandages. A process that takes between 30 to 45 minutes. Usually, Akbar, the new help or someone else comes to help me with it.

On the first few days Patris did not show any reactions. Today for the first time he showed signs of discomfort, let me know it hurt and even got up to get away from me. As much as it hurt me to see him in pain, it was heartwarming to learn that all his four legs are getting their feeling back and he can use them. I hope to start his physical therapy as soon as next week.
In the meanwhile, his roommate, Miss Patrisa, is settling in and shows excitement to see me behind the door and wants to play.
Patrisa had the same injuries as Patris and we are getting her ready for her surgery.

With thousands of thanks to Dr. Abedi,

Lida E.  

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