I'm so glad you found her and helped her. Just knowing someone was
therein some ways I'm sure she was aware there was caring and love
surrounding her finally - and now when you meet again someday, she'll tell
So glad to know people like you people. What you do is so important and so
You and your dear husband tried so hard to save these babies. I was saddened
to read that Rosie has joined Murphy and her brothers at the Rainbow Bridge.
We love them, care for them and in the end let them go. You gave Rosie the
greatest gift you could - her freedom from suffering.
Alice, I am SO SORRY for your loss. It is SO HARD to lose our furchildren. It
is such a lame phrase to say I know what you are going thru, but I do, as all
of us do. You are in my heart and thoughts.
(mother of Miss Clara, Sophie, and Templeton; all of which are on the
I am so terribley sorry for your loss. I tell my husband everyday what amazing
people I have corresponded with on this site. Bless you for all that you did
for Rosie and all the other precious ones.
From: Alice Flowers aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net
So sad for you that you lost Rosie so soon after Murphy. She brought Miso and
Sachi into your life so you wouldn't be alone. She knew they would comfort you
when she was gone. She and Murphy are together again.
Melinda, Fuji, and VooDoo
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On Mar 30, 2011, at 6:21 PM,
I am not sure how long the Vet Jet has been around, at least a couple of years.
I am hoping that where we are now in NH I can find a clinic that uses it. My 14
year old neg still gets the FeLV vaccine even though she is highly unlikely to
get FeLV from Maggie as it is still possible.
I think it
It breaks my heart, immensely!!! I am so sorry for your loss!
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On Mar 29, 2011, at 8:09 PM, Alice Flowers aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net wrote:
Rosie passed last night, I could not bear to watch her wasting away. The
beat her. We had her on Pred and
My heart aches for your loss. You gave Rosie, Murphy, and her brothers all
you could. They were safe, loved, and comfortable. Bless you for taking
such good care of them and knowing when to let them cross the bridge. You
will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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Oh Alice my heart breaks for you. I know how much you loved Rosie Murphy. It
definitely showed in your posts. Be thankful you had these beautiful little
souls to grace your life.
Hugs to you.
Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org
--- On Tue, 3/29/11, Alice Flowers
My animals love all of the Blue Buffalo flavors (cats and dog), I'm lucky
because mine are not picky eaters. However, they tend to throw up when they
eat other brands... I can't figure out why. So I've started by mixing Purina
Hairball with the Blue Buffalo to make it stretch longer.
Oh wow, thanks for that heads up!
Of my two cats, only one will eat fish product, Chloe. Buddy will not touch
the fishy stuff.
On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 11:11 PM, dlg...@windstream.net wrote:
i HAVE ALSO HEARD THAT FISH IN THEIR FOOD CAN BE A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF
URINARY TRACT PROBLEMS.
Alice our hearts are breaking with yours. You did absolutely everything you
could do for her, but knowing that doesn't ease your pain in this moment.
We'll light a candle tonight for this very special and very loved girl. Sara
From: Alice Flowers
I'm so sorry to hear about Rosie. I have followed your journey closely always
hoping and praying your kitties would beat this. I started my journey with a
leuk positive mom and 3 kitties (Shelby, Mystique, Nirvana and Hannibal) who
have all since passed so your story hit really close
I have used X-O for quite a few years - it is the best odor eliminator and
cleaner I have ever tried! It comes in two formulas, odor neutralizer and
odor neutralizer cleaner - concentrated form that you dilute - lasts
forever! The best buy is from Amazon, you can also find free shipping.
Pine horse bedding works well for a litter. My guys came from a pine
thicket so it works really well with them. 40 pounds for $8 (?). Of
course I change it a lot more often than the clay but I can throw it
in a field or use it as mulch or whatever (turns to sawdust). Sounds
Ringworm can be tricky... Had a kitten who I brought up from a shelter who
had it. Not the worst thing in the world but untreated, it will spread
harm cat. Vet gave me a liquid to apply in a few weeks, it cleared up.
There's also a pill medicine that can be used but it does have a bit more
These guys are wonderful but not the kind you can put medicine on.
For numerous very good reasons, they consider me a good source of
food, the area a good source of shelter and that is it. I can touch
them sometimes and have tnr them (the price of the above) but good
contact isn't an
I have never had ringworm, yet...but that stuff is very dangerous if
overused or not the right dosage. I've heard of kittens and cats dying, and
then the owners blamed the vet...can't tell whose fault it was.
The four t-n-r ferals at Tractor Supply all have weird pupils. I can pet 3 of
I picked up Henry and brought him home Sunday night because he had an area
under his eye that has not healed over several months. It looks like a
The three original
I have added, Lola, Rosie and Muffy to the Candle Light Service, my
condolences to all of you, their passing is so sad, but sweet little
Lola really tore me up, I have a little one that looks just like her,
she is small for her age and she is a joy I wouldn't want to not have in
remember that lots of restraunts put out poisons..scares me to
death with the feral roamers I love.
On Mar 30, 2011, at 5:32 PM, czadna sacarawicz wrote:
The four t-n-r ferals at Tractor Supply all have weird pupils. I
can pet 3 of the four.
I picked up Henry and
Bless you for helping to make her trip to the bridge as painless as
possible, for showing her the love and compassion she so deserved. Her
story breaks my heart.
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On Mar 30, 2011 8:19 PM, Belinda Sauro ma...@bemikitties.com wrote:
I have added,
Thank you.. for helping Lola.
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