I brought Charlotte back to the vet yesterday. She still wasn't doing well,
just nibbling at her food and appearing very lethargic. Since I wasn't
especially happy with my vet's response to her, I tried another clinic that I'd
heard good things about, just to get a second opinion. Dr. Ray took
Thanks for the update on Charlotte. I'm so glad she is doing better
now after her tranfusion, but egads what a vet bill!!!
Your mom sounds like mine (God rest her soul). She was always
upset about the money I spent on my cats, and she always suggested
I put them to sleep.
He could fight the virus, or could just be a carrier. If your other cats have
been vaccinated I would not worry about it at all.
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From: souther...@aol.com souther...@aol.com
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] questions about how to
Hi everyone, been out of the loop, got a daughter who had a stroke. been
dealing with that along with everyday things. i get my negatives vacinated
because they are in and out, plus i live in the middle of the woods and theya
re exposed to stray cats, raccoons, possum, foxes and coyotes, all
Laura, hang in there as long as you can and if they have Care Credit in your
area, try it instead of Visa. you don't have to pay interest if you pay it off
wihtin a year. you can reach them at www.geoonlineservice.com or
1-866-893-7864. they have gotten me thru a couple of $600.00 bills and
The pay-off time you have for Care Credit depends on the deal the vet's office
has with the company. My dog swallowed a golf-ball sized tennis ball in the
park last Fall. I took him to the vet right away, and the surgery the vet
insisted had to be done asap would cost *about* $4000 (not
Laura, bravo for finding a different vet! And a huge HOORAY for Miss
The time is always right to do what is right - Martin Luther King
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 07:02:26 -0700
I've thought about checking it out, but I've met a few people who have been
turned down by Care Credit lately for no obvious reason.
I suppose the rotting posts on the front porch won't be fixed this year, and
forget about painting the dining room. That's the most I've ever spent in one
Ask your mother if she would like to be put down under the
circumstances. Don't let her get you down.
You did wonderfully. No matter how it turns out, Charlotte is a very
lucky cat and she knows it.
On Apr 19, 2009, at 9:02 AM, Laura Mostello wrote:
I brought Charlotte back to the vet
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