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RE: [feline-heart] Re: Guardian Angel Works Double Time

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  • Mike & Linda Irrgang
    we are all very happy for you and kassy and glad that all is well with the rest of the family! linda and the boys ... From: flyerfan@blazenet.net
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 7, 2001
      we are all very happy for you and kassy and glad that all is well with the
      rest of the family!

      linda and the boys

      -----Original Message-----
      From: flyerfan@... [mailto:flyerfan@...]
      Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 6:34 PM
      To: feline-heart@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [feline-heart] Re: Guardian Angel Works Double Time

      Great news for Kassy and you! Way to go!

      But, you sure had a trying day and I am glad that everything turned
      out ok. Since I am very familiar with the Beltway traffic at rush
      hour, it must have been terrible trying to get to yuor son. Glad that
      he is ok too.

      Hope your tomorrow will be more peaceful!
      Jeanne, Dom, Bono & Louie

      --- In feline-heart@y..., "Laura Penny" <lepenny@e...> wrote:
      > Kassy, nearly 17, had her recheck echo today. I was worried because
      > hyperT has been acting up, causing tachycardia, weight loss, and an
      > occasional level 3 murmur.
      > All the news is excellent. Her heart measurements continue to
      improve since
      > her 1/99 diagnosis. The cause of the spike in her murmur was found
      to be a
      > mild right ventricular obstruction that he thinks has always been
      there. It
      > doesn't cause the loud murmur unless she's stressed--such as at the
      > He's not concerned about it. He thinks her heart is "very good,"
      > "this cat is going to live to be 99; I'd be very surprised if her
      > causes any problems."
      > OFF-TOPIC STARTS HERE: So after worrying all night and throughout
      the visit,
      > my husband and I set out in separate cars onto the horribly
      > Washington Beltway for a 1-hour drive. He had stayed a few minutes
      to pay
      > the bill, then called me in my car. I thought the vet told him
      > else, but he said the kids' summer camp had called. My son
      Jonathan, 6, had
      > choked on a "Jawbreaker," a gumball-shaped piece of hard candy, and
      > being rushed to the hospital! What a day!
      > I called my mom to meet Jon at the hospital, we dropped Kassy off
      at home,
      > then met our son. He's fine! Between Kassy and her ribbons and Jon
      and his
      > jawbreakers, we need to go on a 24-hour watch! But I guess that's
      what our
      > guardian angel was doing today...
      > Laura

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