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Re: [FH] Just found out Eeyore has a heart murmur

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  • Linda Fischbach
    If possible, take Eeyore to the cardiologist. The cardiologist likely has better, more up-to date equipment, and is an expert on taking the echo as well as
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 30, 2005
      If possible, take Eeyore to the cardiologist. The cardiologist likely has
      better, more up-to date equipment, and is an expert on taking the echo as
      well as reading it.

      Linda

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      From: "nursehiggs" <nursehiggs@...>
      To: <feline-heart@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2005 10:55 PM
      Subject: [FH] Just found out Eeyore has a heart murmur


      > Just found out 2 weeks ago my cat, Eeyore, has a heart murmur. Have not
      > been told what grade. He has already had the blood work, x-ray, and EKG
      > all of which were normal. He just turned a year old. He is going next
      > Thurs. for his echo. My regular vet will be doing it and transmitting
      > it to a cardiologist, whom they consult with for other cats in their
      > practice with HCM. Am really worried, don't even want the kids to mess
      > with him at all. He is not lethargic, still eating and drinking well,
      > no problems breathing, just a little more tired than he was 6 months
      > ago.
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