Re: [FH] Kitty has heart murmur, please help!
- And then others (like me) just don't clean much at all. I guess not
cleaning is a lot healthier for the cats -- what a great excuse (not that I
Lynnie is right about not feeling guilty. A friend recently threw out all
the little catnip mice for fear her cat might eat them -- and the cat ate a
5-inch catnip mouse and part of her blanket. So you just can't completely
catproof a house. BTW, my friend's kitty is OK after emergency surgery.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynnie Henderson" <lynnie_henderson@...>
To: "Feline heart" <email@example.com>; "enchiLila"
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 11:04 AM
Subject: Re: [FH] Kitty has heart murmur, please help!
> Heart murmurs can mean anything from being nervous at the vet's to heart
> disease. I agree with Jonathan that you should pursue getting a
> to take a look. But the answer to your question is yes, cats can live
> healthy lives with heart murmurs. Once you find out what is causing it,
> you'll know whether you need to change Heather's diet or put her on meds.
> Don't beat yourself up over the cleaning fluids. We all do the best we
> Lots of people have used much more toxic things without apparent effects
> their animals. Others use 100% natural cleaners and their cats get sick.
> Just do what your heart tells you now and let go of what already has
> happened. Focus on loving your furbaby!
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