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Results of Violet's Necropsy

The vet called yesterday afternoon with the results of the necropsy done on  
Violet.  (She's the kitty who died recently.)  We were relieved to  find that 
the cause of her death was not organic so all the other kitties are  safe.  
The vet said she died from pulmonary hpyertension brought on by  cardiomyopathy. 
 That is, there was a thickening in the blood vessels  leading to her heart 
which ultimately caused the rupture of some blood vessel in  her lungs with the 
ultimate result of their shutting down.  According  to the vet there are no 
symptoms or treatment for that condition.  While we  are all missing her 
(especially her twin Pearl), I feel much better about  it.  Yesterday I took some 
pics of the pet cemetary in my yard (along with  some of my flower beds), and 
I'll post them when I get them developed.

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