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Re: hum...now sad...

I wish there was something I could say to make this
better, but having gone thru this, I know there really
isn't. Wish I could give you a hug and a shoulder to
cry on, cause that is the only thing that helps.

Jason had a great life with you and take pride in
knowing that. 

My thoughts and prayers will be with you also to get
thru this.


--- Cathy Carpenter <cathy.c@insightbb.com> wrote:

> Hard to get motivated to do anything. One of my
> cats, Jason, died  
> today. Thursday about 5AM, he woke us with terrific
> yowling from  
> under our bed. Finally got him out from there and he
> was writhing on  
> the floor alternately yowling and panting. Got him
> to the vets  
> (thought, being a male that it might be a urinary
> tract thing, but  
> the UA was essentially negative) and while there, we
> noticed that his  
> head was turning to the side and his eyes were
> moving involuntarily  
> back and fourth. The vet said he thought either
> toxin exposure or a  
> neurological problem and kept him for IV fluids,
> antibiotics,  
> corticosteroids, and tests. Liver studies were
> negative, but over the  
> next two days he continued to exhibit neurologic
> symptoms which I  
> would describe as "seizure-like". This afternoon, he
> was dead. Vet  
> says that the most likely cause was either a tumor
> or some other  
> central nervous system lesion.
> I have been crying on and off ever since. DH is
> dealing with it in  
> his own way, getting involve in "projects".
> Unfortunately, he is not  
> up to giving me support. I feel so silly, as I have
> never reacted  
> like this to a pet's death before. I guess it is
> because as an empty  
> nester, Jason became a surrogate child. He was our
> only indoor- 
> outdoor cat, and I have never known a cat to act so
> much like a dog.  
> He wanted us to be out with him and whenever I would
> garden, Jason  
> would come and lie down right where I was working!
> He would come when  
> called, purring with tail held high and follow us
> around the yard. He  
> was a friend to every one (except dogs) and was a
> pretty inept  
> hunter... but. so proud of himself when he caught a
> vole, mouse, or  
> (once) a snake.
> Have to go tomorrow to the vet to decide on his
> disposition ...  
> dreading it.  Sorry to be such a downer, but I had
> to vent.
> Thanks,
> Cathy
> On Jun 25, 2005, at 11:16 PM, Donna wrote:
> > Ok what gives... where are all the messages of the
> day? Everyone in  
> > the
> > garden today?
> >
> > Donna
> > Who didn't get outside all day... bummer, but with
> the heat here,  
> > it is
> > probably a good thing!
> >
> >
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