Poor baby. At least you found it! Frankie wa sent home with a hood yesterday
after his biopsy. He promptly removed it. He is blind so needs those whiskers
to navigate. I am not sure what I will do as he is supposed to thave the hood
on for 2 weeks!
BTW, that vet had no business washing her eyes
We can't keep the hood on her. She became hysterical. She can be a very high
strung little girl and fight like a lion when she has to do something she
doesn't want to. I did manage to get the Clindamycin capsules down her this
morning with only one scratch. She is on this for a couple weeks
Thanks Lynne. I am looking into something called a Pro-collar, in extra small,
for Frankie. It's made by www.gandbmarketing.com but I cannot find (so far) any
place locally that offers the extra small.
Frankie did cause some bleeding by scratching the incision/stitch in one of the
Do you have any Rescue Remedy or Cat Nap? Both should help calm her
so will Feliway spray. Stress, for all of us, is a bad thing.
On Apr 27, 2008, at 9:13 AM, Lynne wrote:
We can't keep the hood on her. She became hysterical. She can be a
very high strung little girl and fight like a
Hm. I am not getting all the emails. Sharyl, only saw yours within Lynne's.
Anyhoo, Sharyl, thanks for good wishes for Frankie. He has four biopsy spots on
his chin and I am hanging out where he is today to make sure he doesn't
scratch. Unfortunately, I am having a mild surgical procedure
Sharyl, good reminder. I used to chase with syringe of 1 cc water unless the
kitty would eat canned food or drink broth after being pilled. Pills can stick
to esophagus and cause ulcer. For more info about pilling and alternatives see
this vet's website:
OK Sharyl. She is a big water drinker but I'll make sure she gets some after I
give the capsules.
- Original Message -
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:07 PM
Subject: Re: my poor snowy
Lynne, be sure to chase that capsule with
I also found out last night that sweet Theodore left us this week also.He was
one of our Hurricane Katrina cats that was being fostered.I am so happy that he
had soo much love givin to him in his final months.He was a handsome black and
white boy with a very loving heart.He used to give me
Does anyone know the Moducare doage for cats?
I'm so sorry Lynne. I hope she recovers from this quickly. :( I've had
situations before that I can't believe one vet didn't notice, yet another did.
At least she has this pain out of her paw and that should make her start to
feel better soon. She's glad to have crossed paths with you.
I'm so sorry Sherry. How many days a week do you volunteer at Crash's??
Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I also found out last night that sweet Theodore left us this week also.He
was one of our Hurricane Katrina cats that was being fostered.I am so happy
that he had soo much love
I volunteer at Sids every Monday and Thursday and every other saturday and at
Crashs the 1st Sat and 3rd sunday. I get very attached to the sids kids like
they are my own :) Like my little Melina who has had a few rocky times since
she has been there but so far(knock on wood) she has just been
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