We sure do. We have Marley who is 14, he's blind and deaf but healthy and handsome!!! (My baby). Abbygail who is 12 (both are black/white) and Ginger 8 who was my mother's dog and she couldn't deal with potty training so we took her. Love our babies.
The CT scan showed no other cancers - "no signs of metastatic disease". That is a huge worry lifted.
The urgency is still there. Toby has a notepad in the bathroom to see how frequently he's getting up during the night. Seems like 2 hrs is the longest stretch of sleep. Then it's a mad dash. Is that normal?
Toby and Kathy, I remember after my first surgery for removal of my tumor 4 cm, it always seemed I was going to the bathroom and yes urgency was a big issue. It all got back close to normal however I still think I go often, but I drink a lot of green tea.