So she took a closer look.
Then he said we would know what was going on in 6-8 minutes. I waited patiently while mom spread my business all over Facebook.
He came back surprised. Amelanotic melanoma. I was proud of mom. She wanted to burst into tears but she was brave. Dr. Grimm said that she was a good mom for bringing me in so fast. He said left alone these nasties can cause lots of problems. But he feels confident that we're in a safe zone right now and, as long as we get it OFF me, I'll be 100% fine. Meaning, it shouldn't have time to spread. Mom still won't breath normally until it comes back benign like when Ginger had one on her toe but even if not, Dr. Grimm says he's not worried and we shouldn't worry either.
On the way home I was asking mom how they plan to get it off exactly and she just kept saying we'll go back on Wednesday and get more treats. Then I'll take a nap and it will just be gone when I wake up. That didn't sound too bad but when I explained this to Cali, she just about fell over laughing... what am I missing?
At least I'll get to have lots of fun at the dance before the big day!!
So, anyway, on Wednesday, will you keep your paws crossed? I know I'll be just fine but my mom will be an absolute wreck waiting for updates from Dr. Grimm... and then the waiting for results will begin... oh dear...