Hi Robert,
Yup, still here. My sweet boy just turned 15 at the beginning of this
month. We're at a plateau. His nose tumor growing and distorting the shape
of his face - making one eye small - plus there's a small open sore at the
top part of the bulge that seeps blood and mucus all day and leaves little
crusty snail trails wherever he sleeps. I'm cleaning his face several times
a day with wet wipes and tissues, and he's on pain meds. He looks awful but
he's still eating faithfully, so as long as there's that....I'm here for
him.
Hugs to everyone's kitties
K

On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 9:36 PM, ROBERT CHAPEL <bcha...@optonline.net>
wrote:

> No mail has appeared in my mailbox from this group for quite  long while
> so I thought I would inquire as to whether _ I _ am just missing mail that
> HAS been going to others or if the group has simply not been active for a
> couple of months..... Generally it has been my experience that once I write
> one of these notes I start to get mail once again... NO idea why....
> I thought of all of you recently when it was time to put my Hospice Cat (
> Gilbert) down.... Third cat I have lost in a year....   I'm 0 for 3 at this
> point and am thinking it might be time to take on a more healthy animal but
> I keep harkening back to amani's words... If not us... who??   Certainly
> not the people who don't much care about cats...nor the vast majority of
> people who HAVE cats.....  There are SO many deserving animals out there
> that have problems that place them low on the adoption list....  they ALL
> deserve to have a home and someone to see them as special....  Gilbert was
> not adoptable with his brain injury...though ALL of the volunteers thought
> him special...still... no one came forward when he developed cancer though
> they all truly DID care that he was going to die....  He had a good life
> for his last few months... sitting on the porch...looking out the
> window.... and more petting and love than even HE wanted.  As is usually
> the case.... it was probably harder on me than him when it came time.... He
> stopped eating, it was painful for him to get his oral meds and even subq
> pain killers did little... He was constipated and just hid out all day...
> The Tumor was forcing his one eye to protrude and the other to recede... it
> would have been cruel to ask him to endure more..... A beautiful sweet
> animal.... I miss him terribly...
> Curious to see if I find the list active with this submission.....
>
>
> Bob...
>
>
>
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