Skruffy came home for a trial run around 10 am. She ate 3 oz of food, wanted more, drank up to a half cup of water, wanted more, and KEPT it all down, did her double business outside with ease, and is happy to be home. And we are extremely happy to have her home for a good portion of the day.
Went back at 5, getting there about 4:30, and I went inside and told them we were early, but did not to bring her in until they were ready...to just give me a call when ready and we will bring her in. 20 minutes later I get the call...walk in and two minutes later the vet, Dr. Bowser (can't make this up folks) who owns the hospital...first graduate of the Vet School from the University of Florida (not just first graduating class, but alphabetical he was first) found out how she did, had tech give her insulin after testing 235 blood sugar count, and we talked some more and all three of us walked out the door. She passed her test, she is home! She has already eaten another 3 oz of food and another half cup of water. Almost time for her final 2-3 oz of food...and she has had a lot of sleep and rest. Every once in awhile she will just look up at me to be sure I am really there.
Back at 8 am for complete blood work...teach us how to give shot, and we will see how it goes from there.
We also have to move to Wal-Mart tomorrow because we used up our three days at Fred Meyers. It is only 7 miles down the road...so not too hectic of a move. I scouted it out yesterday and it is a nice Wal-Mart.