just makes me sick..
Well Fletch is hiding in the basement. He is still eating and drinking
really well and wants to be petted. I just think he wanted a space of his
own. He found a little box down there with bubble wrap in it. I'd much
rather him have a nice comfy blankie, but he picked out his spot. I may try
later to give him a blanket. His eyes may be the source of his infection,
but I'm not sure. The eyelashes are continually irritating his eye, even
though it is covered by a membrane. I always have to clean his eyes out, but
lately they have been looking a little infected instead of just the usual
runny teary looking stuff that comes out. they don't smell too hot either. I
always assumed that it was the eyelashes causing all that. the vet thought
so also. But maybe with his so called felv, it is gettting out of hand. I
don't know. I am just trying to keep them clean and keep something in them.
Well, I hope everyone is OK, and everyones kitties are just dandy!!
Take care

On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 8:18 AM, Lorrie <> wrote:

> I've heard people proudly announce that their cats are only declawed
> in the front, and they usually do see proud of it.  Even prouder if
> they've mutilated the poor cat on all four feet!!  Declawing is cruel
> and agonizing for the cat and I'd like to take these people and put
> each finger on a chopping block so they can experience the pain!
> On 08-27, Natalie wrote:
> > Some declaw ALL four paws - and others proudly announce "MY cat is
> declawed
> > on the front paws only!", as if it were something very admirable.  When I
> > ask them why they think it's so great, the assumption is that because
> they
> > spent extra money on the cat, they did it a great favor....It's just
> plain
> > ignorance when people don't know what declawing really does to a cat's
> > psyche! Everyone should read "The Cat that Cried for Help!" - just the
> > chapter on the declawing procedure.
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