Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-30 Thread catatonya
Laura,
   
  I am so sorry for your loss.
  tonya

Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a 
URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still 
sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in 
a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet 
Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to 
get Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. 
Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about 
possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to 
put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and 
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the 
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in the 
year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are fine, 
but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past 
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-23 Thread wendy
Laura,
I am so sorry to hear about your precious Duncan.  Prayers going out for your 
peace and comfort.
Wendy
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- Original Message 
From: Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 8:32:24 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a URI 
and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still sluggish. 
On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in a lot of 
pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet Monday 
morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get 
Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. Test 
results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about 
possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to 
put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and 
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the 
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in the 
year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are fine, 
but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past 
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread Debbie Harrison

Laura, I am so very sorry for your loss; please don't beat yourself up...you 
did the very best you could!
 
 Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 18:32:24 -0700 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 
 felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone  Sadly, I 
 had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a URI and 
 getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still sluggish. On 
 Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in a lot of 
 pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet Monday 
 morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get 
 Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. 
 Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked 
 about possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and 
 kindest, to put him down.  He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of 
 days ago he was eating and walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just 
 wasn't 100% because of the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has 
 never shown any symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two 
 positives, who lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them checked 
 out at the vet next week. I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this 
 hasn't been a very good past couple of weeks for me.  Laura  
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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
Laura, I am so sorry for both your losses.  Hugs to you and gentle
Bridge journey to Duncan and your other kitty -- what was his/her name?

Diane R. 

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Laura Mostello
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To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from
a URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was
still sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as
if he was in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then
to my regular vet Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was
driving home from work to get Duncan's food and told me that he thought
Duncan was very close to dying. Test results had showed Hemobartonella
and he was fading fast. We talked about possible treatments but Dr
Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of
the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any
symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two positives, who
lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the
vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good
past couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

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 Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 18:32:24 -0700 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 
 felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone  Sadly, I 
 had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a URI and 
 getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still sluggish. On 
 Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in a lot of 
 pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet Monday 
 morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get 
 Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. 
 Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked 
 about possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and 
 kindest, to put him down.  He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of 
 days ago he was eating and walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just 
 wasn't 100% because of the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has 
 never shown any symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two 
 positives, who lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them checked 
 out at the vet next week. I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this 
 hasn't been a very good past couple of weeks for me.  Laura  
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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
I'm so sorry to hear the sad news about Duncan, that's so hard, Laura.
And right on top of your 18-year-old. What was his or her name?
Try not to beat yourself up. I've been there too, with Caramel, the
first of mine to pass away. I realized later that he'd been unwell for a
while and I hadn't been fully aware of it. I made the same promise too,
and now I leave nothing to chance either, but I figured it took Caramel
to show me the way.
You're in my thoughts,
Take care
Kerry


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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Laura Mostello
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 8:32 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from
a URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was
still sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as
if he was in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then
to my regular vet Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was
driving home from work to get Duncan's food and told me that he thought
Duncan was very close to dying. Test results had showed Hemobartonella
and he was fading fast. We talked about possible treatments but Dr
Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of
the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any
symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two positives, who
lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the
vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good
past couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread Marylyn
I am so sorry.  May all the angels hug you and Duncan and all the  
others in both worlds.
On Aug 19, 2008, at 8:32 PM, Laura Mostello wrote:

 Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering  
 from a URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he  
 was still sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was  
 crying as if he was in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency  
 vet and then to my regular vet Monday morning. The vet called me at  
 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get Duncan's food and told  
 me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. Test results had  
 showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about  
 possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and  
 kindest, to put him down.
 He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating  
 and walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100%  
 because of the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never  
 shown any symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two  
 positives, who lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them  
 checked out at the vet next week.
 I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very  
 good past couple of weeks for me.
 Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread Barb Moermond
I'm so sorry - GLOW to light his path and ease your heart.

 Barb+Smoky the House Puma+El Bandito Malito


My cat the clown: paying no mind to whom he should impress. Merely living his 
life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile. 
- Anonymous



- Original Message 
From: Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 8:32:24 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a URI 
and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still sluggish. 
On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in a lot of 
pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet Monday 
morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get 
Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. Test 
results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about 
possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to 
put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and 
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the 
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in the 
year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are fine, 
but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past 
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-20 Thread Gloria Lane
I'm so sorry to hear that, Laura. All our kitties will welcome Duncan  
and your other baby to the Bridge where they will no longer have  
suffering. Sleep soft, sweet Duncan.

On Aug 19, 2008, at 8:32 PM, Laura Mostello wrote:

 Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering  
 from a URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he  
 was still sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was  
 crying as if he was in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency  
 vet and then to my regular vet Monday morning. The vet called me at  
 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get Duncan's food and told  
 me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying. Test results had  
 showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about  
 possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and  
 kindest, to put him down.
 He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating  
 and walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100%  
 because of the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never  
 shown any symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two  
 positives, who lived with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them  
 checked out at the vet next week.
 I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very  
 good past couple of weeks for me.
 Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-19 Thread Lynne
I'm so sorry Laura for your losses.

Lynne
- Original Message - 
From: Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 9:32 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone


 Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a 
 URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still 
 sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he 
 was in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my 
 regular vet Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving 
 home from work to get Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was 
 very close to dying. Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was 
 fadi
 ng fast. We talked about possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it 
 would be best, and kindest, to put him down.
 He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and 
 walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of 
 the URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any 
 symptoms in the year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived 
 with him, are fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next 
 week.
 I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past 
 couple of weeks for me.
 Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-19 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Laura I am so sorry for your losses.Hugs to you
Sherry

--- On Tue, 8/19/08, Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

From: Laura Mostello [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2008, 9:32 PM

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a URI
and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still sluggish. On
Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was in a lot of
pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular vet Monday
morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from work to get
Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close to dying.
Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We talked about
possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best, and kindest, to
put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in the
year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are
fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-19 Thread Sue Frank Koren
Laura,
I am so sorry to hear about Duncan.  It is so hard to lose one of these
little ones, let alone two.  
Gentle bridge vibes to both of them and hugs to you.
Sue

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Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 9:32 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a
URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still
sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was
in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular
vet Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from
work to get Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close
to dying. Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We
talked about possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best,
and kindest, to put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in
the year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are
fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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Re: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

2008-08-19 Thread Chris
I'm so sorry for your double loss  

Christiane Biagi
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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Laura Mostello
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2008 9:32 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Duncan is gone

Sadly, I had to have Duncan euthanized last night. He was suffering from a
URI and getting Clavamox, and the URI was clearing up, but he was still
sluggish. On Sunday night he seemed disoriented, and was crying as if he was
in a lot of pain. I rushed him to the emergency vet and then to my regular
vet Monday morning. The vet called me at 5:30 as I was driving home from
work to get Duncan's food and told me that he thought Duncan was very close
to dying. Test results had showed Hemobartonella and he was fading fast. We
talked about possible treatments but Dr Leathers felt that it would be best,
and kindest, to put him down. 
He deteriorated so quickly - just a couple of days ago he was eating and
walking around. Unfortunately, I assumed he just wasn't 100% because of the
URI. I will not make that mistake again. He has never shown any symptoms in
the year that I've had him. My other two positives, who lived with him, are
fine, but I'm going to have them checked out at the vet next week.
I lost my 18 year old cat last Monday so this hasn't been a very good past
couple of weeks for me. 
Laura

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