On Sep 13, 2011, at 5:43 PM, MaiMaiPG wrote:
I do not know anything about the AC listed but I really believe in
it. My guys have the opportunity to talk to ACs when there are
important things going on. Luckily, I have some friends who do
this. I encourage you to consider AC. You may find out a lot of
things. Also, please put yourself in your friend's
paws...literally. What would you really, in the depth of your heart
and soul, really want? You may find this exercise helpful in
framing your own future decisions.
On Sep 13, 2011, at 11:39 AM, Natalie wrote:
I know what you mean…how would you feel about contacting a
fantastic animal communicator in CA and see what Miller wants and
I just spoke to her about a renal failure cat that I want to make
sure that it’s the right time for euthanasia this afternoon.
Maybe the trade-off to a shorter but happier life is better than a
prolonged one with vet visits and shots, which Miller obviously
doesn’t seem to enjoy! That’s how I feel about people’s lives, too!
Her name is Lisa Larson, at the very bottom, is a contact line…she
is also the most reasonable, and last year, even kept calling me to
find out how one of our cats was doing who had cancer. I’ve known
some who count every second to get paid for…not Lisa! Everyone who
asked for her help, was very pleased!
I highly recommend her as being absolutely fantastic, caring, and
knows what she’s doing. Although her schedule today is filled, she
squeezed in some time to contact Fraidie, from photos I sent her.
If we euthanize Fraidie this afternoon, we will speak on the phone
and contact her from across the rainbow bridge.
Animal Communicator, Animal Medium, Reiki Master
Lisa Larson is an animal communicator, Reiki Master and Kahi
practitioner. Includes a forum, description of sessions and fees
and personal profile. Encinitas, California.
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From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
] On Behalf Of Edna Taylor
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Avery Please add to the CLS :*(
We bought the oral chemo pills and I spoke to the doctor about
Miller and unfortunately, his is rather progressed and she said, on
average, cats can live another 6 months on the oral meds and up to
2-3 years with the injectible chemo drugs. We are going to try the
injections this week and see how he does. Once Frank comes home
from the road, he can go home twice a day to administer the eye
meds Miller needs so I won't have to chase him down, put him in a
carrier and take him to the vet's office to stay all day :( I just
keep wondering if we are doing the right thing. I don't want his
last days with us to be ones filled with vet visits and fear :(
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 10:35:17 -0400
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