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Re: Sad News

Oh Zem, you have my deep sympathy...been there; done that so many
times over the years and it does not get a lot easier with time and
experience.  As other posts have noted, you just have to be glad that
you could give that kitty a good life while she was with you.  I
wonder, since this was a young cat, whether the problem was from
something that had happened to her before you got her...like being
dumped in the middle of the road or something...tell us what the
results are...I would be interested to know.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Zemuly@aol.com
> Sad news at my house.  Violet crossed the bridge today.  I noticed
she was 
> having trouble breathing so I took her to the vet, and she died
while being 
> exrayed.  The vet had originally thought she had some horrible,
virus caused 
> peritonitis, which is fatal, but she found Violet's lungs were
filled with blood!  
> She was going to perform a necropsy this afternoon to determine the
cause.  I 
> am so sad my sweet baby has died, but I am happy the other cats in
my house 
> are not doomed.  I'll pick her up in the morning to bring her home
for the 
> burial ceremony.  My granddaughter Brooke is, as usual, going to
say the words, as 
> she puts it.
> zem

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