One of the positive side effects, if you can call it that, is that the prednisone makes me super hungry. I want to eat All.The.Time. And I figured out that if I just stand there and keep barking, someone will give me food. My fursisters don't get this luxury treatment (ha ha). I have really got my pawrents trained!
The problem I've had with my chemo is that my white blood count goes pretty low and it delays some of my chemo treatments. That has allowed some of my lymphoma bumps to return, which worries my pawrents. We were all very happy that I was able to actually get the chemo today. We gotta kick cancers a$$.
My pawrents go out of their way to make sure that I get outside more often on walks and they take me more places - just cuz. But they bring my fursisters and sometimes they just annoy me. Especially Annie...she's so hyper. Mavis is pretty chill, so she doesn't get on my nerves as bad.
I have lots of chemo left - so keep up the good thoughts and prayers. Here is a picture of me and my sweet Dr. Torres from this morning. I love all the people at Veterinary Internal Medicine. They treat me so good! If you are sick...you should go there. Tomorrow, I go see Dr. Verna for some chiropractic work and a refill on my chinese herbals, which also help fight the cancer.
GO TEAM LILY!