, and the feeling was terrible
wanted to give him the best time being as possible, not having to wonder where
his next meal was coming from or run from other stray/feral cats in the area.
Your little Dude had a little luck in the end.
From: Julie G. kisluv
about the condition. I, too, have a stray who turned out to be positive
this story tugged at my heart. Bless you and your angel boy.
--- On Tue, 8/3/10, Julie G. kisluv...@yahoo.com wrote:
Hi I've been lurking a few weeks. In July I picked up a stray that turned out
to be FELV
Thanks. That's what's getting me by too, knowing that had we not snatched him
last month, right now he'd be frustrated and scared, wondering how in the heck
he was going to eat tonight since he couldnt make it up the stairs to the food
dish on my neighbor's porch. I just cant imagine.
. At least in the end he knew he was loved. We each do what we can to
help the FeLV kitties but you took that extra step to help a stray who
desperately needed you.
Thanks to you he had a peaceful passing.
Lighting a candle tonight for Dude.
--- On Tue, 8/3/10, Julie G. kisluv
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