I thought you would all want to know how Tigger is getting on these days as it has been quite a time since the last update.
Since then she has been in and out of hospital a few times, getting stabilised and treatment and then discharged again, and at the present is waiting on appointments for various specialists.
Just after her last discharge, she had extremely serious personal problems which necessitated her having to move house quickly, for her personal safety, and by that I mean in a matter of days. This was on police advice, and that of the social work department as she needed more appropriate housing to meet her medical needs also.
To my and her astonishment, she has somehow summoned up the strength and made a super human effort and done much of the work needed herself, such as unwiring her cooker, unplumbing and replumbing her washing machine and a lot of other heavy work which moving house involves. She has had minimal help due to circumstances but is now safely in her new home which is much more suitable for her needs and she is also safe now. Tigger is delighted with her new home, and is now taking things a bit more slowly and unpacking gradually and taking plenty of rest in between.
Of course there has been a physical reaction to all this activity which she is not suppose to do, such as her joints all swelling up, great pain, breathing problems which has had her crying and holding onto the sofa in pain, but still she got up and carried on, which is what she does.
In general her health has stabilised with no more seizures or heart symptoms, although she is very chesty and in pain. She is happy though and better than she has been in a while and is so looking forward to settling in her new home, but it will take some time for her to get it as she wants it. There is even a bedroom all done in pink just ready for her daughter, so she is pleased as punch about that too.
Tigger, you are an inspiration to us all, with your determination and courage. Enjoy your new home, and don't be overdoing it, and you have done so well, with all the work and arranging everything yourself.
Good luck, and long may your better health continue.
love and lots of hugs,
Huggs xxx ps I also meant to say, that the harder you fall, the higher you bounce. lol xx