I'm so sorry to hear this Sally.  Your sister did what she could.

Sally Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
  Slinky adopted my sister a year and a half ago. He was cautious to be her cat 
as he was probably dumped off. He finally befriended her and her canine lab 
mixes who loved chasing cats. Slinky was fearless andhe  invited his self into 
her home. With his laid back attitude the dogs did not give chase. The day 
Junior passed I called Laura to cry on her shoulder. She informed me Slinky was 
sleeping a lot and somewhat lethargic. He was also off his food. I told her get 
him to a vet ASAP, which she did. She found out that he was FELV positive. He 
had a fever. The vet gave fliuds and sent abx home with her. Laura was scared . 
She decided to give it a chance as this cat chose her. Well folks it was not 
meant to be the cat went off. She found him hiding under her porch and she 
could see in his eyes he was ready to go. So she took him to another vet who 
checked everything out and she decided to set him free. She feels as I do that 
Junior was letting us know that Slinky was not well.
  So please add Slinky to the CLS for Laura. Hopefully Slinky will send her 
someone to love soon.
  Still very much missing my Junior.

Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior, Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little 
Black, Lily, Daisy, Pewter, Junior Junior (newest) , Silver, and Spike Please 
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