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Re: callas/cats

In a message dated 05/06/2003 11:33:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

>   By the way Pam- I did end up putting my cat to
> sleep yesterday.  She had a tumor that the vet said was likely cancerous 
> and
> was going into kidney failure.  Sweet thing, purred the whole time.  Think
> she was relieved to go, and I cried the whole way home. 

So sorry to hear about that, Theresa.  I've been there - it just about breaks 
your heart.  
I'm glad you have more cats at home so you aren't totally bereft.  What you 
all need now is a kitten.  
Take care.  Auralie

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