Friday, Dr. Jennifer Bibevski took here to surgery to explore her abdomen and hopefully correct some of the underlying causes of her condition. During the surgery, Dr. Bibevski, took samples of her organs for pathology to further evaluate her status.
With blood levels dangerously low, Sassy continued to receive critical supportive care that included plasma and nourishment.
Monday, she began to improve and today is walking and eating a bit on her own.
NBC 6 Coverage of Sassy- April 1,2013
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