Basically the ER dr said tonight that short of the Human Albumin transfusion there wasn't much else that could help turn him around. Since it's a human product there are severe risks involved that include him having a fatal reaction to it. On the other hand, he's slowly and painfully dying. He compared how he feels with the worst Pneumonia and Montezuma's Revenge a person could ever experience and that the narcotics can't dull all of the pain/cramping.
I don't want him to suffer, but I do want him to have every chance. I ok'd the transfusion for tonight and I have no idea if I've done the right thing or not. If he makes it through they'll run his bloodwork in the morning but if there's no improvement I can't continue to make him do this. This is a horrible, horrible situation and it's not fair that he's going through it. He doesn't even know what it means to have a good life and to have someone who cares about him, it's just flat out unfair. On the selfish side I don't want to be in this position and I know I brought it upon myself by adopting again. I'm sick of f-ing people who don't take care of their animals and act like they're disposable. I don't know what the hell is wrong with this world sometimes. I'm sad, I'm angry and I hate this helpless feeling. I wish that the people who dump these animals and don't take care of them were forced to watch them suffer and die. I really do.