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Re: OT - asthma relapse

So very sorry, Pam.  I've been there several times in my long
life, so my heart aches for you.  I'm sure you know you are in
the thoughts and prayers of all this group.  Just remember,
this is terribly sad and stressful, but a new kitten will light
up your life.
In a message dated 06/30/2007 9:57:27 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Sugar & I just got back from the vet.  She had another breathing crisis.
She got a big ol' shot and Lisa said to keep her in as much as possible w/
this horrible humidity we have now from all this rain.
She said her lungs have sustained too much damage from the asthma to fully
recover.  So every day I can keep her comfortable is a gift now.  She said
one day she'll just quit eating altogether and that will be it.  Please pray
I have the strength to endure this.  Thanks for all your concern and
support.  I appreciate it more than you know.


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