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Old 01.11.2011, 22:12
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Re: Cat with advanced cancer - what to expect?

I'm so, so sorry to hear about this but also glad that it was a dignified, calm experience regardless. It feels strange because I took my boy to the vet today to get fixed and while travelling there I had this brief moment of "what if something happens and I don't get him back later on?" - I can't imagine what it must have been like to make that journey and KNOW that it will be the last. My thoughts are with you and I hope the sadness will soon be outweighed by the fond memories you have with Claude.
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What a beautiful empathic thread. Thank you - to all who contributed to it.
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Re: Cat with advanced cancer - what to expect?

Silly Patsy sitting in a public Internet Cafè with tears running down her face!

Sorry to hear about Claude, it must have been a terrible decisiion to make. But for him the best. I had to do that a few years ago with a cat, Neptuna, who had cancer.

I also was scared about the injections, but she also just relaxed and purred and then gently left us.
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Re: Cat with advanced cancer - what to expect?

I can't read this thread having just lost my little Chi in April. But I got the idea with a few key phrase I caught here & there.

I'm so very sorry about your kitty. I'm still completely broken hearten over the lose of my pup so sadly I know very well how you must feel. That's all I can write. Sending virtual hugs.
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Re: Cat with advanced cancer - what to expect?

Feel so sorry for you but happy that Claude didn't suffer.
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