My sweet little Ember cat went back to nature today. She had a
wonderful little life with us and we are so blessed to have had her.
She was diagnosed just a few months ago, and had the best time she
could possibly have had. I had noticed her breathing becoming
slightly more labored (but still only 30-35 bpm)the last few days,
and last night I could tell that she was getting ready to go. She
gave us all a little extra love and tried her best not to let us know
whe was going.
This morning she was panting and weak, so I brought her to the vet to
see if we could do anything to make her more comfortable. She was
not able to hold her own without oxygen and the vet asked for
permission to do a tap. I told him it would be okay, but I wanted to
be with her. In the 3 minutes time from when I hung up the phone, to
when I arrived at the vet's office, she had left to go back to
nature. She was still warm and had that cute little kitten grin on
her face. We were so fortunate to have her for the short time that
we did. She was only 1 year, 9 mos. She will be missed, but never
Just Saturday, I had her prescriptions refilled. I have Lasix and
Enalipril, as well as, Native Remedies Heart Tonic, and would be
thrilled to pass them on to another kitty in need. Please let me
know if anyone can use them.
Dee and Angel Ember