Alice,
I totally agree! We all share heartache, tears, and on rare occasion, some joy. 
We have many, many, thousands of $$. But I would trade for the years we have 
had with our Gray Kitty!

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On Feb 27, 2011, at 7:29 AM, Alice Flowers <aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> I was thinking this morning about this group-All of us trying to save or 
> prolong 
> our kitty's lives, or to keep them comfortable for as long as possible. 
> Trying 
> different treatments or none-we are all the same. Getting comfort or 
> condolences.......it's a hard journey. I can say that I have tried different 
> things with my 6-Spent a huge fortune-so far lost 5 in 2 yrs and now having 
> to 
> watch Rosie in a downward spiral. Nothing has worked to save mine, maybe 
> prolonged their lives by what...minutes, days, months-I don't know. Two and a 
> half years ago, I had never heard of this damn disease-maybe because I hadn't 
> had a cat in over a decade, just Aussies and horses. God bless the really 
> special people who take in positive kitties knowing there is heartache up the 
> road, but have saved them from being euthanized because of a positive 
> test-they're not all accurate. I am rambling, I am sad-but so grateful for 
> all 
> the shoulders to cry on. Every time I log on, more babies have gone to the 
> bridge, finally free to play together and wait for us.  Alice
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