Re: [Felvtalk] Isaac

2011-02-23 Thread Bonnie Hogue

Czadna
My deepest condolences on your ordeal, on Isaac's ordeal, and on the loss of 
your feline friend.

May both of your paths be lighted by the highest Love.
~Bonnie
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From: czadna sacarawicz czadnasacaraw...@hotmail.com

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Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2011 12:33 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Isaac




Isaac would have been 3 years young on 4.14.  He tested positive along 
with 4 others of my inner circle of seven on 3.1.2010.  I did not test 
further but put efforts into food and supplements.


Isaac  was big (not fat) black, neutered and active and appeared healthy 
and aggravated Scrumptious assertively.  This group lived an 
indoor-outdoor life in the rural Carolina Piedmont.


Tuesday morning he did not eat.  His breath was horrendous.  He liked to 
eat - - I used to joke with him that he and I both needed to spend time on 
the treadmill.  That night he was not there nor on Wednesday nor Thursday 
morning though I searched and called.  Thursday night he answered.  He 
could not move and his pupils were dilated and fixed.  He did not look as 
if he had been attacked by dogs or coyotes.


I took him the 14 miles home and hydrated him orally during the night.  He 
got up to walk several times during the late night morning but would walk 
3 steps and wobble and fall down; he would cry out while sleeping with me 
or when I moved him but I did not know what the matter was.  Conscious but 
not responsive to me. (the crying out  walking with falling down 
reminiscent of Torie Rose - - in her last earthly night.  She was the 
first and original of this inner circle of 8 who was euthanized 
2.28.2010).  I made an appointment with a vet for Friday. He gave 
fluids - - thought Isaac's teeth and forehead spoke of liver failure, said 
his lungs were clear and heart sounded good though a little fast.  The 
plan was to do fluids over the weekend and reassess early in the week. 
Vet said could be leukemia.  could be poison.  didn't know.


I unintentionally killed him Friday night and will say no more about that. 
That is a heavy load.


To have him suddenly in major distress was unimaginable.  He was only a 
nanometer beyond Scrumptious in closeness to me.  He and Shallie Marie 
appeared to be the healthiest.  This is the last thing I would have 
expected.


Thank you for hearing my story.

any wisdom or insights will be appreciated.

Blessings


megan and Scrumptious and Luscious and Mama and Pookashay and Shallie 
Marie and Breanne;

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Re: [Felvtalk] Isaac

2011-02-21 Thread Heather Clark
I don't have any insights for you.   I just wanted to let you know
that my heart goes to out to you.  I will light a candle for Issac

On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 3:33 PM, czadna sacarawicz
czadnasacaraw...@hotmail.com wrote:

 Isaac would have been 3 years young on 4.14.  He tested positive along with 4 
 others of my inner circle of seven on 3.1.2010.  I did not test further but 
 put efforts into food and supplements.

 Isaac  was big (not fat) black, neutered and active and appeared healthy and 
 aggravated Scrumptious assertively.  This group lived an indoor-outdoor life 
 in the rural Carolina Piedmont.

 Tuesday morning he did not eat.  His breath was horrendous.  He liked to eat 
 - - I used to joke with him that he and I both needed to spend time on the 
 treadmill.  That night he was not there nor on Wednesday nor Thursday morning 
 though I searched and called.  Thursday night he answered.  He could not move 
 and his pupils were dilated and fixed.  He did not look as if he had been 
 attacked by dogs or coyotes.

 I took him the 14 miles home and hydrated him orally during the night.  He 
 got up to walk several times during the late night morning but would walk 3 
 steps and wobble and fall down; he would cry out while sleeping with me or 
 when I moved him but I did not know what the matter was.  Conscious but not 
 responsive to me. (the crying out  walking with falling down reminiscent of 
 Torie Rose - - in her last earthly night.  She was the first and original of 
 this inner circle of 8 who was euthanized 2.28.2010).  I made an appointment 
 with a vet for Friday. He gave fluids - - thought Isaac's teeth and forehead 
 spoke of liver failure, said his lungs were clear and heart sounded good 
 though a little fast.  The plan was to do fluids over the weekend and 
 reassess early in the week.  Vet said could be leukemia.  could be poison.  
 didn't know.

 I unintentionally killed him Friday night and will say no more about that.  
 That is a heavy load.

 To have him suddenly in major distress was unimaginable.  He was only a 
 nanometer beyond Scrumptious in closeness to me.  He and Shallie Marie 
 appeared to be the healthiest.  This is the last thing I would have expected.

 Thank you for hearing my story.

 any wisdom or insights will be appreciated.

 Blessings


 megan and Scrumptious and Luscious and Mama and Pookashay and Shallie Marie 
 and Breanne;
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