Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-25 Thread dlgegg
I know that feeling all too well.  You want to keep them with you but you do 
not want to make them suffer.  That is what happens when you rescue, you know 
nothing about their past lives and illness and it makes it so hard to help 
them.  Watching Jackson Galaxy has taught me so much about my pride.  Amazing 
that many of the cat's problems can be laid at their owner's doorstep.  I 
especially remember the couple's cat that would not use the box.  They only 
cleaned the box every other week.  I have 7 boxes and I clean them twice daily. 
   One thing you know for sure, he is not suffering and is in a happier place 
now.  Thank you for caring..

 Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote: 
 We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet thinks 
 spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any more. He had 
 just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be force fed. I did 
 that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I did it at 1st 
 because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once that was gone 
 he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.
It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first because 
he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from watching Jackson 
Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a total sweetheart. He 
just loved to walk up to you an put his head against you. 
Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who found 
him is having him cremated for me.

Thanks guys for just being there.


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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-25 Thread Amanda K. Payne
Beth,

I am so sorry to hear about Bubba.  He knew nothing but love and comfort in
his final days.  Thank you for all you did for him. I'm sure he'd thank you
if he could =)

Sincerely,
-Amanda


On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:18 AM, dlg...@windstream.net wrote:

 I know that feeling all too well.  You want to keep them with you but you
 do not want to make them suffer.  That is what happens when you rescue, you
 know nothing about their past lives and illness and it makes it so hard to
 help them.  Watching Jackson Galaxy has taught me so much about my pride.
  Amazing that many of the cat's problems can be laid at their owner's
 doorstep.  I especially remember the couple's cat that would not use the
 box.  They only cleaned the box every other week.  I have 7 boxes and I
 clean them twice daily.One thing you know for sure, he is not suffering
 and is in a happier place now.  Thank you for caring..

  Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:
  We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet
 thinks spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any
 more. He had just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be
 force fed. I did that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again.
 I did it at 1st because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But
 once that was gone he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.
 It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first
 because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from
 watching Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a
 total sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head against
 you.
 Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who
 found him is having him cremated for me.

 Thanks guys for just being there.


 Beth

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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread Maryam Ulomi
I'm so sorry - this is one of the hardest thing we have to do in our lives, you 
did all you can for Bubba !
He is in kitty heaven now!

Sent from my iPhone.

On Jun 24, 2013, at 8:42, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:

 We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet thinks 
 spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any more. He had 
 just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be force fed. I did 
 that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I did it at 1st 
 because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once that was gone 
 he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.
 It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first 
 because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from watching 
 Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a total 
 sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head against you. 
 Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who 
 found him is having him cremated for me.
 
 Thanks guys for just being there.
 
 Beth
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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread JC
Beth, I'm so sorry for your loss.    You are in my prayers.John

--- On Mon, 6/24/13, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:

From: Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com
Subject: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.
To: FeLV Talk Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Monday, June 24, 2013, 5:42 AM

We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet thinks 
spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any more. He had 
just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be force fed. I did 
that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I did it at 1st 
because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once that was gone he 
didn't get better as far as activity  eating.It was a really sad decision. I 
had had a tough time with him at first because he peed on everything. Thanks to 
some things I learned from watching Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit 
 he was
 becoming a total sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head 
against you. Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The 
lady who found him is having him cremated for me.
Thanks guys for just being there.

Beth
Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org   
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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread Bonnie Hogue
Beth, you have my deepest condolences on the loss of Bubba.  Sounds like he
was well loved and well taken care of.  Yes, it is hard.  Prayers for the
healing power of love to help ease your loss and light Bubba's way on this
next part of his journey.

Bonnie

 

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Beth
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 5:43 AM
To: FeLV Talk
Subject: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

 

We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet
thinks spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any
more. He had just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be
force fed. I did that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I
did it at 1st because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once
that was gone he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.

It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first
because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from watching
Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a total
sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head against you. 

Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who
found him is having him cremated for me.

 

Thanks guys for just being there.


Beth

Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter!
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http://www.furkids.org/ 

 

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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread Marcia
I'm so sorry Beth. It's always so hard to let them go. They bring so much to 
our lives. Bury him in your heart.
Take care Beth
Marcia

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On Jun 24, 2013, at 7:42 AM, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:

 We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet thinks 
 spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any more. He had 
 just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be force fed. I did 
 that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I did it at 1st 
 because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once that was gone 
 he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.
 It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first 
 because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from watching 
 Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a total 
 sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head against you. 
 Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who 
 found him is having him cremated for me.
 
 Thanks guys for just being there.
 
 Beth
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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread Lee Evans
I know you feel pain and grief but be happy that Bubba is not in pain and not 
feeling uncomfortable any more. You did the unselfish thing. 


 
Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 
too!






 From: Marcia marciabmar...@gmail.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.
 


I'm so sorry Beth. It's always so hard to let them go. They bring so much to 
our lives. Bury him in your heart.
Take care Beth
Marcia

Sent from my absolutely outstanding iphone(:



On Jun 24, 2013, at 7:42 AM, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:


We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet thinks 
spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any more. He had 
just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to be force fed. I did 
that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it again. I did it at 1st 
because he had a URI  I knew he could get over that. But once that was gone 
he didn't get better as far as activity  eating.
It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first 
because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from watching 
Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming a total 
sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head against you. 
Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady who 
found him is having him cremated for me.


Thanks guys for just being there.


Beth

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Re: [Felvtalk] We let Bubba go.

2013-06-24 Thread Lance
Beth,

I'm sorry that you had to let Bubba go, but it sounds like you did the
right thing for him. Take care.

Lance

On Jun 24, 2013, at 7:42 AM, Beth [1]create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:

We did the ultrasound Friday. It showed enlarged spleen  kidneys. Vet
thinks spleen was probably cancerous. I was not putting him through any
more. He had just been laying around for 2 1/2 weeks, mostly having to
be force fed. I did that with my 1st FeLV  I said I would never do it
again. I did it at 1st because he had a URI  I knew he could get over
that. But once that was gone he didn't get better as far as activity 
eating.
It was a really sad decision. I had had a tough time with him at first
because he peed on everything. Thanks to some things I learned from
watching Jackson Galaxy we got him out of that habit  he was becoming
a total sweetheart. He just loved to walk up to you an put his head
against you.
Some hit you harder than others. This was pretty difficult. The lady
who found him is having him cremated for me.

Thanks guys for just being there.

Beth
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