...this morning we took Punkin back for his second shot of the
Ivermectin. Most of the scales on his little body are gone.
There are still a few around on the body and around his ears.
The hair on him is very scarce...but his skin is pink all over
and it's beautiful. Our nights have cooled off some and due to the lack of hair he was chilled and didn't come out to eat much. So we have him on a heating pad and the food near by. As long as he gets the BML down that is the most important thing right now.
He goes back next friday for his third shot. The vet
they had talked to a good many vets
here is the U.S. and
have yet to find one whose treated a glider in the shape
Punkin is in. They are doing some more research on this and
hopefully find the knowledge to get Punkin well along with
any others in the future that might fall prey to the hold
this Red Mange has on Punkin.
The most important thing here...He IS going to make it and
life is going to be the very best for him.
We'll keep you posted...please say a prayer for him...