I don't have any insights for you.   I just wanted to let you know
that my heart goes to out to you.  I will light a candle for Issac

On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 3:33 PM, czadna sacarawicz
<czadnasacaraw...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Isaac would have been 3 years young on 4.14.  He tested positive along with 4 
> others of my inner circle of seven on 3.1.2010.  I did not test further but 
> put efforts into food and supplements.
> Isaac  was big (not fat) black, neutered and active and appeared healthy and 
> aggravated Scrumptious assertively.  This group lived an indoor-outdoor life 
> in the rural Carolina Piedmont.
> Tuesday morning he did not eat.  His breath was horrendous.  He liked to eat 
> - - I used to joke with him that he and I both needed to spend time on the 
> treadmill.  That night he was not there nor on Wednesday nor Thursday morning 
> though I searched and called.  Thursday night he answered.  He could not move 
> and his pupils were dilated and fixed.  He did not look as if he had been 
> attacked by dogs or coyotes.
> I took him the 14 miles home and hydrated him orally during the night.  He 
> got up to walk several times during the late night morning but would walk 3 
> steps and wobble and fall down; he would cry out while sleeping with me or 
> when I moved him but I did not know what the matter was.  Conscious but not 
> responsive to me. (the crying out & walking with falling down reminiscent of 
> Torie Rose - - in her last earthly night.  She was the first and original of 
> this inner circle of 8 who was euthanized 2.28.2010).  I made an appointment 
> with a vet for Friday. He gave fluids - - thought Isaac's teeth and forehead 
> spoke of liver failure, said his lungs were clear and heart sounded good 
> though a little fast.  The plan was to do fluids over the weekend and 
> reassess early in the week.  Vet said could be leukemia.  could be poison.  
> didn't know.
> I unintentionally killed him Friday night and will say no more about that.  
> That is a heavy load.
> To have him suddenly in major distress was unimaginable.  He was only a 
> nanometer beyond Scrumptious in closeness to me.  He and Shallie Marie 
> appeared to be the healthiest.  This is the last thing I would have expected.
> Thank you for hearing my story.
> any wisdom or insights will be appreciated.
> Blessings
> megan and Scrumptious and Luscious and Mama and Pookashay and Shallie Marie 
> and Breanne;
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