This comforts me and if possible, I should like to keep you posted when things transpire?
There have been no upsets to his daily routine which would cause stress - we are together all days, as I am retired and he has the best of all worlds! This has come out of the blue.
He is here with me now, quite placid though doleful -- we are about to call it a day and sleep peacefully.Thank you Doctor, I am reassured. He is a treasured companion.
Just to say the ultrasound revealed no tumour but a bile duct obstruction. He's home again now, and seems contented but still not eating though his vet got some food down him using a syringe this morning. We have medications to administer each morning and he is due back at the vets in 2 days to be monitored. I sure hope he starts eating (he IS drinking water) as otherwsie he will have to be fed intravenously and this will mean his being kept in at the vets for a few days. I'll try some cooked chicken and tuna to tempt him.He's lost .3 of a kilo over the past week. Otherwise as some sort of consolation, all else about him is fine.