I am SO SORRY to hear what you and your husband are going through.  Know you 
have my prayers.
64 is too young to go home.  But then a friend of a friend once told us that 
those who leave earth early are the "Good workers.  Everyone of us has a 
mission to fulfill here on earth and we don't go home until we have done that.  
Some of us are just quicker workers than others."  ;-)  Josh told us this a 
week before he died of cancer.  He was 13.  
You're husband has done his work well.  He'll go home with honors.  
May you be supported in your grief with the knowledge that the separation is 
only temporary.
God bless you both.

--- On Mon, 3/28/11, ter...@tazzys.org <ter...@tazzys.org> wrote:

From: ter...@tazzys.org <ter...@tazzys.org>
Subject: [Felvtalk] Time to step down from rescuing for a time being.
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Monday, March 28, 2011, 9:09 PM

Hi all,
I'm taking some time off from rescue due to my husband's illness. He has liver 
failure and is not a candidate for a transplant. He has been hospitalized 2 
times this month and once last month he was placed into a skill nursing 
facility since the 18th of February after the first trip to the hospital. 
He is in the end final stage of his disease his liver has stopped working. 
Can die at any given time. He is being given all the pain meds he wants for 
comfort so he will most likely fall asleep an never wake up again. 
I want to make myself available at all times for him. 
He is only 64 years old... I know to some of you that may sound old but it 
isn't really.
Hospice has been part of this as well to help me cope with all of this. Hospice 
is available to me 24 hours a day.
Sultan, WA. 98294
Terrie Mohr-Forker
Non-Profit national rescue
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