Re: [FH] Baby needs your prays
I went through that 3 times with Pepper before she got stablized and she was
always fine. Catching it early is a big help. The most traumatic thing was
being without her overnight.
I'm sure that Baby will be fine. Each time that happened, they increased
Pepper's lasix dosage and they finally got it right last May. She's been
doing really well ever since!
----- Original Message -----
From: "vickie" <VickieJunger@...>
To: "Feline Heart" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 11:06 PM
Subject: [FH] Baby needs your prays
> Baby needs your prays. I still had a bad feeling about his breathing, so I
took him to the cardio today,
> x-rays showed he is in beginning CHF. They are keeping him on O2 and IV
lasix. I won't know more
> until tomorrow. He will have another set of x-rays, and maybe an echo on
his heart. One of the major
> cardio vets may go in to check on him. Would be my luck that they are at
there x-mas party.
> I asked if he was going to make it, all I was told is that I'm a good
owner and I caught it.
> It's so quite without him. I know he will have to go someday, but I'm not
ready, not that I ever will be.
> Beware of ISS/VAS cancer that kills cats! www.vas-awareness.org
> Don't give shots in the SCRUFF. www.catshots.com
> In memory of Angel ONYX 12/27/02 and Smudge 5/01/04
> Beware of Feline Diabetes !!!
- hi vickie.....to echo lisa's comments about baby boy,
i would also like to add that roger rags was in chf
when he was diagnosed in january and remained in chf
for ten more months until his death in
november.....meds are clearly a god-send for our heart
kitties, but i give lots and lots of credit to
supplementation and a good species-appropriate diet as
well....sending best thoughts your way, susan
--- vickie <VickieJunger@...> wrote:
> Baby needs your prays. I still had a bad feeling__________________________________
> about his breathing, so I took him to the cardio
> x-rays showed he is in beginning CHF.
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