The good news is that Munster, Baltimore's famous diapered bulldog, is feeling better than he was a week ago. The not-so-good news is that he still has a little way to go before he can return home.
Munster, who was born with Spina Bifida and now has more than 388,000 Facebook fans around the world, landed at the Pet+ER in Towson last week after getting violently sick from what at first seemed to be an intestinal blockage. After some testing, doctors figured out this week that he had bladder stones that led to an infection. Friday, he'll undergo a procedure to try and flush those stones out, says his "grandmother," Glenda Westling, who co-owns Munster with her daughter, Glenda Mosner.
"He's doing a lot better," Westling says. "He ate yesterday and took a drink, and he was so happy to see us when we got there. He gave us tons of kisses."