Sunday, February 5, 2012
Because she's been trying to move around more I decided to put "boots" on JOSEPHINE today. They consist of cardboard covered with padding and then placed on the bottom of each foot with all the toes extended. She is able to squeeze her foot shut but keeping it open is beyond her right now. This will put the toes in a normal position. And the most thrilling thing is that after I put her back in her cage she stood! Not for long but she's able to get up now. She's in the last day of her four-day treatment with chelation medicine to counteract the lead in her system. Her count went way down after the first round and hopefully the same will happen on the blood test taken this Tuesday.