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Re: [FH] Emily not doing well

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  • moonpye
    Hi Lori, I m sorry to hear that Emily is not feeling well. Keep assist feeding her as best you can. When Skylar had an appointment with an Internal Medicine
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 1, 2009
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      Hi Lori,

      I'm sorry to hear that Emily is not feeling well. Keep assist feeding her
      as best you can. When Skylar had an appointment with an Internal Medicine
      Specialist, that visit wiped him out for weeks. He was depressed and wanted
      to hide too, barely ate.. It may take Emily more time to feel better as
      she's been thru so much more. As Judi said, stay nearby, so Emily feels
      safe and sound and keep up the assist feeding..


      Hugs to you and Emily,
      Candace with Cinnamon and Skylar




      On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 6:07 PM, hanneloretepper
      <hanneloretepper@...>wrote:

      > She was so well until she had that bowel movement that caused her to loose
      > her breath. Since the hospital stay she is a different cat. 2 days now and
      > no improvment on energy. Having to force feed. I am totaly a wreck. I dont
      > know what to do anymore. The oxygen is coming today and the vet says to make
      > her a tent.
      > Is she dying? She was behind the washing machine this am.
      > Sorry I am just babbaling...
      > Have no support sytem. All the friends ran away. Should I give her another
      > day or two to rally.?
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    • m3cflvi
      Sorry to hear about your kitty Emily. We are here to support you. I know when cats hide like that they do seem to feel sick and hide. Little April dragged
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 1, 2009
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        Sorry to hear about your kitty Emily. We are here to support you.

        I know when cats hide like that they do seem to feel sick and hide. Little April dragged herself under the bed when she threw a clot to get the saddleblock. I had to pull her out and she went back in. Still its always hard to just let go. Maybe see what happens
        Hang in there

        Joe
        --- In feline-heart@yahoogroups.com, "hanneloretepper" <hanneloretepper@...> wrote:
        >
        > She was so well until she had that bowel movement that caused her to loose her breath. Since the hospital stay she is a different cat. 2 days now and no improvment on energy. Having to force feed. I am totaly a wreck. I dont know what to do anymore. The oxygen is coming today and the vet says to make her a tent.
        > Is she dying? She was behind the washing machine this am.
        > Sorry I am just babbaling...
        > Have no support sytem. All the friends ran away. Should I give her another day or two to rally.?
        >
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