You did what you thought was the right thing for Cheshire and that is what 
counts.  With multiple problems is is hard to get them stable enough for 
effective treatments.  I've had cats get super stressed out going to the vet 
and others that don't mind at all.  If you hadn't tried to help her you would 
always question yourself wondering if there was something else you could have 
done.  At least now you know you did everything possible to help her.

In the end we love them, care for them and let them go.  She knew you were 
trying to help her and you were there for her.  That is what really counts.

Sharyl

--- On Mon, 9/27/10, Claudia Veiga <elisasta...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Claudia Veiga <elisasta...@yahoo.com>
> Subject: [Felvtalk] My cat Cheshire crossing over
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Date: Monday, September 27, 2010, 5:41 PM
> My sweet, beautiful little Cheshire
> crossed the rainbow bridge last Wednesday 
> night.  She had only been sick for less than 10 days. 
> She was on antibiotics 
> and some pred for 10 days for gum problems.  I was going
> to schedule her for a 
> cleaning in a few weeks, but her health seemed to decline
> a few days after 
> that.  She started hiding under the bed, and not eating,
> when seh came out, I 
> saw a growth on her throat area, adn took her to
> the vet.  They weren't sure if 
> it was a abcess or worse. I took her back seveveral times
> over the course of 6 
> days, she had to be given fluids through IV, and I syringe
> fed her.  I've never 
> been through anything like this before.  I was praying for
> her.  On wednesday 
> they told me they couldn't do surgery to remove the cyst
> 'cause she was so 
> anemic and her blood count was so low, it looked like she
> had leukemia.  The 
> only thing to do was bring her home or try to get her more
> help at the vet 
> hospial where they have cancer specialists for a
> transfusion.  I brought her 
> there.  They had an extensive list of treatment for her,
> and costs.  It was 
> stressful.  
> 
> 
> I gave them permission for treatment and a deposit before
> they could do 
> anything.  They told me she started to go into distress
> when put in the Oxygen 
> tank and tube, I wanted them to do whatver they could to
> help her, and Cheshire 
> blinked at me when I was in the room with her right next to
> her.  She wasn't 
> really blinking before that as whe had a tube in her mouth
> that was helping her 
> breath.    
> 
> This was so painful for me.  Her heart gave out, and
> that's how she went.  I 
> don't know if anyone on here has been through anything like
> this, but I've 
> wondered if by brining her to that hospital and trhing to
> get here more help to 
> stabilize her for a transfusion caused her more distresss
> that lead to her 
> passing?  I've talked to the doctors who told me no, that
> didn't do it, she was 
> just very sick,a nd even if i'd brought her home, she would
> haev onyl survived a 
> few days or 24 hours.  I even had jsut bought the Mega C
> plus which I had heard 
> good things about reversing felv.  
> 
> I told her how much I love her and she knows that until I
> see her again.
> 
> 
>       
> 
> 
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