Karen Jo: I didn't feed you second breakfast because I didn't want you to have to make a poop puddle in the PTU. I got some good news at the vet, too. I got permission to get the pro-biotic into you any way I could. I got some good ideas from our blogging friends and from the vet, too. That's why you didn't get fed until later this afternoon. I wanted you good and hungry for my first experiment.
Mom disappeared for a little while after she ate her lunch. She offered me some chicken, but I didn't want it. When she got home, she opened a little bottle that had something in it that smelled really good. She let me lick some off her finger and it was good. I wanted some more. She took my dish and put some of the stuff in it and I started eating it. I soon realized that she had put the pro-biotic in it and walked away. However, it was so good that I went back in just a little while and ate some more, then walked away again. But I couldn't resist. I went back again and finished it off. Well, almost. I left a tiny dab.
Karen Jo: That stuff is turkey baby food, Herman. I am so glad that you like it. I finally got a full dose of pro-biotic in you. I am to give you Benefiber, too. I got the kind that dissolves and is supposed to be tasteless. The vet said that although fiber makes people poop more, if a kitty doesn't get enough fiber, they can get diarrhea. I put it in your dinner and was glad to see that you ate some of it. If you don't finish it, I will give it to you in something yummier than your Stinky Goodness. I don't know if the pro-biotic can work so fast, or if the Pred is starting to take effect or both. All I know is that I got the pro-biotic into you about two this afternoon and at eleven tonight you made a much thicker poop puddle. Things are really looking up.