- what about the lying upside down??? any particulars related to that???? pum
is currentlly lying on his side with paw covering his nose and i wonder why
he can't breathe adequately....
From: Voula Augerinos [mailto:catwoman1@...]
Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2001 9:37 PM
Subject: Re: [feline-heart]
yes Pebbles was definitely on her side, and yes her head was upside
down and she was looking so contented and happy. Then I woke her up when I
was checking her breathing! LOL!
Love, Voula and Pebbles and Lucy and my Beautiful Angel Sachie.
(Sachie's tribute page, and photos of Sachie and Pebbles.)
> From: Anyes Moscrip <anyes@...>the
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> Date: Monday, 05 March , 2001 16:35
> Voula Augerinos wrote:
> > I just put my head to Pebbles' chest on the left side. I can hear
> > in breath more through the chest now. She is sleeping very contentedlyon
> > her right side curled up very cutely!will
> This is definitely not fluid build up. A cat with fluid around the lungs
> not lay on its side to sleep.Avoiding
> Another diagnostic clue to me as to the stages of fluid build up.
> laying on side especially with head turned upside down because it putspressure
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