And Lorelei started gakking. It sounds horrible. She was doing it right next to Brian's ear and he jumped up, very concerned. I told him "it's her teeth". She does this every few years and gets to go to the vet and have a dental and have teeth pullled.
I saw her eating kibble off of the patio that was soft from the rain we've been having off and on. I got her to eat a jar of baby food. She had a few tiny pieces of chicken breast earlier. She's sleeping now.
I called the vet and luckily, they're able to get her in on Thursday, so it shouldn't be that bad for her.