More on Tata
- First of all, thanks to all who responded so lovingly and reassuringly.
The vet let me take Tata home with meds, but she's not out of the woods
yet -- he said that at this point, we are working on stabilizing her
condition. She's definitely lethargic, but she IS breathing better --
he told me to monitor respiration, and in comparison to how labored her
breathing was when I took her in, she's breathing much more slowly and
She didn't object when I gave her her pills this evening, and she did
eat something. I'm to call the vet's office tomorrow to let them know
how she's doing.
I don't mind if she's going to be more sedate than other cats, as long
as she's comfortable -- that's what's really preying on my mind -- it's
so hard to know if a cat is in pain or not.
To the originator of this list: thanks for making this place available
to people like me confronting a serious problem and feeling sad and