So, off we went to the local vet who put her on a fluid drip to flush her system out. Went back at 5.30 to pick her up but they wanted her to stay on the drip for 24 hours. That meant either being locked in the empty vet’s all night – not ideal, I knew she’d chew the catheter – or taking her to the animal emergency centre who are open 24 hours. Off we went again, down to Mount Waverley. Checked her in, gave her a big cuddle, fought to get her back in the cage, and went home, very alone.
Good news is she’s okay. The dose wasn’t enough to damage her liver or stomach. Too much vitamin D produces overloads of calcium in the organs. Got her home yesterday and she’s been sleeping most of the time since. Learned my lesson, I have. Anything remotely bad is now out of reach. Thank the powers for pet insurance = $900+ in blood tests and overnight care.