[Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread Frank Sue Koren
It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time.
His tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stopped
eating.  He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siamese boy.
The first time I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up and gave me
a hug.  From then on he was my boy and I can't believe he is gone and I will
never see him again in this world.  He was about 10 when I adopted him and
that was four years ago.  He would come up and bite me in the butt for
attention when I was working on the computer.  If I got up at night to go to
the bathroom he would accompany me.  Always.  I guess that was how I knew it
was time.  On the last night he didn't do that.  He will be SO missed.  I
hate hate hate this disease.

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Re: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread Lee Evans
I'm so sorry for your loss.  I lost a flame point Siamese two years ago. I  had 
named him Taco even though he was rescued from a vacant lot outside a Pizza Hut 
Restaurant.  I had him for about 2 years.  Then he suddenly stopped eating. He 
was diagnosed with lymphoma.  He hadn't wasted away and didn't seem to be in 
pain.  I  thought we still had some time.  However, I came home a week after 
his diagnosis and he was asleep forever.  I still haven't stopped crying.   
Such a beautiful boy and so patient with everyone.  He bonded to the other 
FeLv+ cat I had at the time, Smooch. Less than three months later, Smooch began 
wasting away, even though he was eating.  The vet couldn't figure out what was 
wrong.  Smooch passed away in a month after that.  He also went quietly to 
sleep.  I'm not much of a believer but I'd like to think that those two are 
together somewhere.  Hugs to you for taking care of Orlando when most people 
would have denied him his few years
 of love and compassion. 



 From: Frank  Sue Koren fs...@roadrunner.com
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Sent: Monday, May 21, 2012 6:47 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today
 

 
It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time. 
His tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stopped
eating.  He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siamese
boy.  The first time I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up and
gave me a hug.  From then on he was my boy and I can't believe he is gone
and I will never see him again in this world.  He was about 10 when I
adopted him and that was four years ago.  He would come up and bite me in
the butt for attention when I was working on the computer.  If I got up at
night to go to the bathroom he would accompany me.  Always.  I guess
that was how I knew it was time.  On the last night he didn't do
that.  He will be SO missed.  I hate hate hate this disease.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread Holly Shelton
Sending good thoughts to you. He sounds a lot like my Oliver, a six year old 
Siamese who tested positive for the virus.  Holly



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It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time. His 
tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stoppedeating.  
He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siameseboy.  The first time 
I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up andgave me a hug.  From then 
on he was my boy and I can't believe he is goneand I will never see him again 
in this world.  He was about 10 when Iadopted him and that was four years ago.  
He would come up and bite me inthe butt for attention when I was working on the 
computer.  If I got up atnight to go to the bathroom he would accompany me.  
Always.  I guessthat was how I knew it was time.  On the last night he didn't 
dothat.  He will be SO missed.  I hate hate hate this disease.

 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread Sharyl
Orlando had 4 wondeful years with you.  I truly understand the pain you feel 
now but don't forget those good years.  He will always be in your heaart
Sharyl
 


 From: Frank  Sue Koren fs...@roadrunner.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2012 7:47 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today
  

 
It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time. 
His tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stopped
eating.  He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siamese
boy.  The first time I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up and
gave me a hug.  From then on he was my boy and I can't believe he is gone
and I will never see him again in this world.  He was about 10 when I
adopted him and that was four years ago.  He would come up and bite me in
the butt for attention when I was working on the computer.  If I got up at
night to go to the bathroom he would accompany me.  Always.  I guess
that was how I knew it was time.  On the last night he didn't do
that.  He will be SO missed.  I hate hate hate this disease.   
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Re: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread katskat1
It is a rotten, terrible, filthy disease and unfortunately only one of
several that take our fur-babies.  God loves them all and takes care
of them.  We mortals just have to take care of them for him for a
while til he tells them they have given us enough love and it is time
to go.

Thanks for loving Orlando.

Kat

On 5/21/12, Sharyl cline...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Orlando had 4 wondeful years with you.  I truly understand the pain you feel
 now but don't forget those good years.  He will always be in your heaart
 Sharyl


 
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 Subject: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today



 It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time.
 His tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stopped
 eating.  He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siamese
 boy.  The first time I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up and
 gave me a hug.  From then on he was my boy and I can't believe he is gone
 and I will never see him again in this world.  He was about 10 when I
 adopted him and that was four years ago.  He would come up and bite me in
 the butt for attention when I was working on the computer.  If I got up at
 night to go to the bathroom he would accompany me.  Always.  I guess
 that was how I knew it was time.  On the last night he didn't do
 that.  He will be SO missed.  I hate hate hate this disease.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today

2012-05-21 Thread Lynda Wilson
Thank you for giving Orlando all of your love. He was lucky to have you!

Lynda
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  I'm so sorry for your loss.  I lost a flame point Siamese two years ago. I  
had named him Taco even though he was rescued from a vacant lot outside a Pizza 
Hut Restaurant.  I had him for about 2 years.  Then he suddenly stopped eating. 
He was diagnosed with lymphoma.  He hadn't wasted away and didn't seem to be in 
pain.  I  thought we still had some time.  However, I came home a week after 
his diagnosis and he was asleep forever.  I still haven't stopped crying.   
Such a beautiful boy and so patient with everyone.  He bonded to the other 
FeLv+ cat I had at the time, Smooch. Less than three months later, Smooch began 
wasting away, even though he was eating.  The vet couldn't figure out what was 
wrong.  Smooch passed away in a month after that.  He also went quietly to 
sleep.  I'm not much of a believer but I'd like to think that those two are 
together somewhere.  Hugs to you for taking care of Orlando when most people 
would have denied him his few years of love and compassion. 


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  Sent: Monday, May 21, 2012 6:47 PM
  Subject: [Felvtalk] Picked up Orlandos ashes today



  It has been one week since I took Orlando to the vets for the last time.  His 
tumor had gotten large enough to be causing him pain and he had stopped eating. 
 He was such a wonderful cat, my loving flame point Siamese boy.  The first 
time I met him in the rescues FeLV room he reached up and gave me a hug.  From 
then on he was my boy and I can't believe he is gone and I will never see him 
again in this world.  He was about 10 when I adopted him and that was four 
years ago.  He would come up and bite me in the butt for attention when I was 
working on the computer.  If I got up at night to go to the bathroom he would 
accompany me.  Always.  I guess that was how I knew it was time.  On the last 
night he didn't do that.  He will be SO missed.  I hate hate hate this disease.


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