Hi All,
I received this from Peter about Poufy last night. Please if you'd like to offer your condolences be sure and email him directly at tai...@yahoo.com thanks:

I'm afraid I must report that Poufy did not survive. She passed over at 9:15 
tonight. Tomorrow I will commit her poor sweet little body to the fire. I am 
devastated. I was at her birth, and at her death. She was my familiar 
throughout her life, and she leaves a hole impossible to fill.

--- On Wed, 1/14/09, Belinda Sauro <ma...@bemikitties.com> wrote:

> From: Belinda Sauro <ma...@bemikitties.com>
> Subject: Re: My cat Poufy
> To: tai...@yahoo.com, felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2009, 1:26 PM
> I'm not sure if Peter is a list member or not, I got
> this as a bounce I believe so please respond to him at his
> email address, if you are a member Peter great, if not you
> can *join here*
> <http://felineleukemia.org/mailman/listinfo/felvtalk_felineleukemia.org>:
> > Peter's email: tai...@yahoo.com > > Peter's message:
> My cat, Poufy, a blue cymric, has been diagnosed with felv.
> I am devastated. But of the things I have found your site
> gives me the most hope. She is very weak, not eating or
> drinking, and I am having to syringe-feed and water her.
> My vet is not sanguine about the various treatments you
> list, and I wondered if you have any other vets in northern
> California besides UC Davis? I am in chico, and can get to
> Davis, (90 miles), but closer would be better. I do not want
> her to suffer needlessly. I am far too much in love with her
> for that. But if you can offer me any hope I will go to the
> wall for her. I raised her from a baby, and I love her as I
> love my own children. If I must I will give her an easy,
> warm, dignified ending. But I would much prefer to giver her
> some good, warm, happy days first.
> > Peter and Poufy


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