Our sweet baby, Darcy, ten months old and FeLV+ was neutered on Tuesday. We
brought her home Wednesday and she seemed okay, considering she'd just had
Yesterday she was in more pain, but we just figured the pain shot they'd given
that was supposed to be good for two days was wearing
Thank you all for the words of support. Sweet Darcy went downhill so fast,
becoming unable to walk. I drove to an emergency clinic where they did their
best for her through the weekend.
Yesterday we helped her to the Bridge, knowing there was just no more anyone
could do. Her FeLv wouldn't
First, thanks to all who supported us when we lost Darcy, our positive kitty a
couple of months ago after her spaying surgery.
We just adopted a partially blind kitten
from the kind lady who found her and her sister abandoned in a mud puddle.
She's active and happy and will be going to our
1. Re: Have I done enough to open the room where ourbeautiful
little FELV+ kitty died? (catatonya)
2. Re: Have I done enough to open the room whereourbeautiful
little FELV+ kitty died? (gary)
3. New Kitten, New Worries (Jody Butler)
4. Re: New Kitten, New
Bless you for giving this girl a loving home. Our two positives are four and
two, and both are happy and healthy. Give her a lot of love and a quiet
stress-free life and you may be surprised how long this little girl will add
joy to your family.
Jody, Bo, and Seven
Our FeLV boy Bo journeyed to the Bridge on April 27. He was five and had been
doing so well. He somehow pulled down a box of Christmas wrappings from a
basement shelf, got the lid off, and ate ribbon. He would eat anything!
It stressed his digestive system and he went downhill so fast.
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