These days I am looking for simple, tasty, and nutritious dinners. This Winter Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner is right up my alley. A flavorful combination of seasonal veggies and chickpeas for added protein.
It has been seven weeks today since Cooper’s exploratory surgery, and he is doing fabulous!! His incision has healed and he his feeling great. His shaved belly is the only evidence that anything was done at all. I would say for a fifteen-year-old cat, that is impressive!
When we brought Cooper home at eight-weeks-old, I had no idea what Cooper’s future would entail. All I knew was Cooper was joining our family, and we would give him love and anything he needed to have the best possible life we could provide. Life was good for Cooper, and we enjoyed each and very moment with him. We took in a kitten knowing good and well that Cooper would eventually become and adult cat into a senior cat. Each stage of life with Cooper has been precious, and they were and are lasting but seem fleeting in hindsight.
Cooper did great after his first Chemo treatment last week! His energy level is good, and his appetite is doing good overall. He had a drop in his appetite 72 hours after his Chemo session. His doctor advised me that this would be normal, and how to handle his drop in appetite. Cooper bounced back quickly, and we are ready for Chemo week 2!
Hi readers! My mom is letting me share with you how my January was this year. She told me that she already shared with you all that I had surgery and I have pancreatic cancer, so I am not embarrassed to show my shaved belly. I even have shaved spots on my chest and front left leg! Other than been a little cold, I don’t mind since my mom and dad pet me when I have all of my hair or not.
My January was really busy, and I have all kinds of pictures that my mom took to share with you.
I have been silent for the last few weeks on what has been going on with Cooper. It has been a rough time, but we are ready to share this part of our life. Before reading, please know Cooper is still with us!