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Re: what kind of >tummy

So sorry, Zem.  Since their lives are always shorter than ours, we
are destined to have such sad losses, but you can just be glad that
you had him and that his life was happy with you.  Hugs.

In a message dated 3/21/2008 8:41:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
zemuly@comcast.net writes:

I came home tonight to realize Calhoun is dying.  He is so weak he cannot 
get up from his bed.  I do not believe he will last the night.  I have known 
for a few days that he was going down quickly.  I think it's a result of the 
FIV.  James was the same -- sudden dramatic weight loss and lethargy.  Cal 
only lost his appetite this week.  He responded  to me when I came home this 
afternoon and "held" my finger while I rubbed him..  This cat's death is 
extremely sad for me because he has been such a faithful friend -- even when 
he moved around the corner.  I'm so glad I brought him inside before the 
coyotes got him.

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