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Re: Cat News GOOD

So happy for you, Pam! When I first heard Sugar was sick, all I could  
think of was what I went through with Jason. But you have had a happy  
ending and I rejoice for you and Sugar. God is good. Take care of  
yourself so you can be there for her.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Jun 15, 2007, at 9:25 PM, Pam Evans wrote:

> Thanks all.  No idea why she's just now developed asthma.  Will be  
> very
> careful to look for any triggers.  Good news is I'm driving her  
> nuts already
> checking on her every couple of minutes.  She just fussed at me to  
> leave her
> alone already.  LOL, I can't help it.  I'm so happy she's back.  I  
> still
> feel like hammered you know what but I think the sinus infection  
> from h*ll
> will start to clear up now that I'm not so upset and stressed.  I  
> didn't say
> anything at first BTW, because she wasn't expected to make it  
> through the
> first night.  So I wasn't exactly lucid at that point.  But she is  
> back.
> God is good.

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