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Re: Sad cat news


Mine as well. You will still have all those wonderful memories she brought to your life... what a gift! I often think of Jason, and as my others are aging, wonder how I will manage the inevitable decline.
Cathy
On Sep 26, 2008, at 5:06 PM, Pam Evans wrote:

Oh Auralie, I am so dreadfully sorry to hear that. Yes, you know in your head that you're doing the right thing but that doesn't make it easier for your heart to accept. I know, I carry the same scar from losing my Sugar.
My thoughts and prayers are w/ you, believe me.


On 9/26/08, Aplfgcnys@aol.com <Aplfgcnys@aol.com> wrote:

Just had a call from the vet. Sandy, our elderly, obese, arthritic, but
beloved
cat wasn't feeling well yesterday, and threw up repeatedly. We took her in for tests. Today she seemed much improved, but the vet says the tests
show almost complete kidney failure, and that her improvement was the
result of fluids they injected at the hospital yesterday. It looks as if
the
treatment could be difficult, painful and complicated, and not at all
guaranteed
to work. So I guess it's time to let her go. I don't want to subject her
to
a lot
of misery if it ultimately won't help. We're going to be away in another
week,
too, which would complicate matters. It makes me really sad, but I know I'd rather be put to sleep quietly than go through all sorts of treatments, so
I
feel that's the best thing for her.
Just one more thing in this depressing summer.
Auralie




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