Anyone got any ideas? a bit OT
> I recently brought home the ashes of my dear Scottish Fold, Fiona.Since then I have learned a great deal about what happened to her from
> From when i first took ker to the vet a couple of weeks ago( because
> she has been listless and not eating for that previous two days,) to
> the time she passed from throwing blood clots was a mere 12 hours. I
> didn't even know about feline heart disease; it was all a great
> distressing shock .. She was just 6.
your informative posts; they have made me feel immensely better that
her quick passing was the best thing for both of us. I could not have
borne it to see her linger in pain and distress. My hat is off to all
of you who are nursing your ill cats and doing so much for them. My
admiration for you is great. Cat people are special.
Now I am going to be a foster Mom...I am taking in 3 cats belonging to
a friend's brother who cannot keep them for the next 5 months and
cannot find a home for them. Sam is a 30 lb. (yikes!) British
Shorthair and the other two are Maine Coon cat sisters. All are about
3-5 years old. Since there are so many cat lovers here, I am wondering
if anyone has any advice for me on how to help them adapt to this new
situation. They have been indoor/outdoor cats. I live on a quiet
street and have a back yard, so I would like to let them out, but I am
afraid they will not find their way back to me. Any advice would be
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