Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-20 Thread Belinda Sauro

Yaaa BooBoo, I hope he keeps feeling better and better ...

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Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread laurieskatz
So glad to hear this. The fluid probably explains the breathing problems. 
I would strongly recommend calling Karen. She may not check the list again 
today and you may want to visit with her today?? 
I am happy to hear that Booboo is still with you and exhibiting some of his 
previous behaviors!
L
  - Original Message - 
  From: Lynne 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 4:35 PM
  Subject: BooBoo today


  Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being anyway.  My husband took him 
in this morning with the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the vet 
removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent him home with a prescription for 
Lasix.  Bob said he saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the fluid.  
The vet said we'd know better by the end of the week how well it is working.  
He's also scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further aspiration if it is 
necessary.  The vet told my husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but 
told Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo has filled the litter 
box with pee this afternoon after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his 
breathing has definitely improved.  When they got home Bob took him up to bed, 
came downstairs and there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore into the 
stairs before boinging up to bed.  This from a little guy who was at death's 
door early this morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with the analysis 
of the fluid.  I don't know what difference that will make.  My boss is away 
tomorrow so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.  I don't want to 
become too optimistic but today is definitely better than yesterday.

  Lynne

Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread Pat Kachur
Sorry very happy to hear the good news, Lynne.  BooBoo is remarkable--and you 
are, too.

Pat
  - Original Message - 
  From: Lynne 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 5:35 PM
  Subject: BooBoo today


  Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being anyway.  My husband took him 
in this morning with the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the vet 
removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent him home with a prescription for 
Lasix.  Bob said he saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the fluid.  
The vet said we'd know better by the end of the week how well it is working.  
He's also scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further aspiration if it is 
necessary.  The vet told my husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but 
told Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo has filled the litter 
box with pee this afternoon after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his 
breathing has definitely improved.  When they got home Bob took him up to bed, 
came downstairs and there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore into the 
stairs before boinging up to bed.  This from a little guy who was at death's 
door early this morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with the analysis 
of the fluid.  I don't know what difference that will make.  My boss is away 
tomorrow so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.  I don't want to 
become too optimistic but today is definitely better than yesterday.

  Lynne

Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread dede hicken

Lynn, I am following each post.  my prayers go out to
all of you.  The cat I had fluid removed from his
chest...he never did that well.  It has got to be a
good sign that he is so active.

Dede


--- Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being
 anyway.  My husband took him in this morning with
 the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the
 vet removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent
 him home with a prescription for Lasix.  Bob said he
 saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the
 fluid.  The vet said we'd know better by the end of
 the week how well it is working.  He's also
 scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further
 aspiration if it is necessary.  The vet told my
 husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but told
 Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo
 has filled the litter box with pee this afternoon
 after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his
 breathing has definitely improved.  When they got
 home Bob took him up to bed, came downstairs and
 there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore
 into the stairs before boinging up to bed.  This
 from a little guy who was at death's door early this
 morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with
 the analysis of the fluid.  I don't know what
 difference that will make.  My boss is away tomorrow
 so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys. 
 I don't want to become too optimistic but today is
 definitely better than yesterday.
 
 Lynne
 


When you are in the service of your fellow beings, you are only in the service 
of your God
   Mosiah 2:17


  

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Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread Kelley Saveika
I'm so glad to hear this good news..prayers for BooBoo...

On Feb 19, 2008 5:33 PM, dede hicken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Lynn, I am following each post.  my prayers go out to
 all of you.  The cat I had fluid removed from his
 chest...he never did that well.  It has got to be a
 good sign that he is so active.

 Dede


 --- Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being
  anyway.  My husband took him in this morning with
  the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the
  vet removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent
  him home with a prescription for Lasix.  Bob said he
  saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the
  fluid.  The vet said we'd know better by the end of
  the week how well it is working.  He's also
  scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further
  aspiration if it is necessary.  The vet told my
  husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but told
  Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo
  has filled the litter box with pee this afternoon
  after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his
  breathing has definitely improved.  When they got
  home Bob took him up to bed, came downstairs and
  there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore
  into the stairs before boinging up to bed.  This
  from a little guy who was at death's door early this
  morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with
  the analysis of the fluid.  I don't know what
  difference that will make.  My boss is away tomorrow
  so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.
  I don't want to become too optimistic but today is
  definitely better than yesterday.
 
  Lynne
 


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 service of your God
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Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread Pat Kachur
740 area code is columbus, ohio
  - Original Message - 
  From: Lynne 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:22 PM
  Subject: Re: BooBoo today


  I will call Karenn Laurie.  I don't know where she is time wise but will take 
a chance it's similar to me.

  Lynne
- Original Message - 
From: laurieskatz 
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:18 PM
Subject: Re: BooBoo today


So glad to hear this. The fluid probably explains the breathing problems. 
I would strongly recommend calling Karen. She may not check the list again 
today and you may want to visit with her today?? 
I am happy to hear that Booboo is still with you and exhibiting some of his 
previous behaviors!
L
  - Original Message - 
  From: Lynne 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 4:35 PM
  Subject: BooBoo today


  Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being anyway.  My husband took 
him in this morning with the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the 
vet removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent him home with a prescription 
for Lasix.  Bob said he saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the fluid. 
 The vet said we'd know better by the end of the week how well it is working.  
He's also scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further aspiration if it is 
necessary.  The vet told my husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but 
told Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo has filled the litter 
box with pee this afternoon after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his 
breathing has definitely improved.  When they got home Bob took him up to bed, 
came downstairs and there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore into the 
stairs before boinging up to bed.  This from a little guy who was at death's 
door early this morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with the analysis 
of the fluid.  I don't know what difference that will make.  My boss is away 
tomorrow so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.  I don't want to 
become too optimistic but today is definitely better than yesterday.

  Lynne

Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread Lynne
I will call Karenn Laurie.  I don't know where she is time wise but will take a 
chance it's similar to me.

Lynne
  - Original Message - 
  From: laurieskatz 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:18 PM
  Subject: Re: BooBoo today


  So glad to hear this. The fluid probably explains the breathing problems. 
  I would strongly recommend calling Karen. She may not check the list again 
today and you may want to visit with her today?? 
  I am happy to hear that Booboo is still with you and exhibiting some of his 
previous behaviors!
  L
- Original Message - 
From: Lynne 
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 4:35 PM
Subject: BooBoo today


Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being anyway.  My husband took 
him in this morning with the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the 
vet removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent him home with a prescription 
for Lasix.  Bob said he saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the fluid. 
 The vet said we'd know better by the end of the week how well it is working.  
He's also scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further aspiration if it is 
necessary.  The vet told my husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but 
told Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo has filled the litter 
box with pee this afternoon after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his 
breathing has definitely improved.  When they got home Bob took him up to bed, 
came downstairs and there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore into the 
stairs before boinging up to bed.  This from a little guy who was at death's 
door early this morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with the analysis 
of the fluid.  I don't know what difference that will make.  My boss is away 
tomorrow so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.  I don't want to 
become too optimistic but today is definitely better than yesterday.

Lynne


Re: BooBoo today

2008-02-19 Thread Lynne
It's just a wait and see DeDe.  He is peeing a lot so this has to be good.
He's sleeping now and of course is my husband's best friend because he sees
him so much more than me.  I was laying on the bed with him he got up and
turned his back on me.  Then when Bob came up he went and stayed by him.
Little buggar.  He has no idea what a lousy day I had worrying about him.

Lynne
- Original Message -
From: dede hicken [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:33 PM
Subject: Re: BooBoo today



 Lynn, I am following each post.  my prayers go out to
 all of you.  The cat I had fluid removed from his
 chest...he never did that well.  It has got to be a
 good sign that he is so active.

 Dede


 --- Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Well, BooBoo is still with us for the time being
  anyway.  My husband took him in this morning with
  the instructions to help him, not destroy him so the
  vet removed 16 ml of fluid from his chest and sent
  him home with a prescription for Lasix.  Bob said he
  saw his xray and his organs were obscured by the
  fluid.  The vet said we'd know better by the end of
  the week how well it is working.  He's also
  scheduled to go back next Tuesday for further
  aspiration if it is necessary.  The vet told my
  husband he knew I didn't want to let him go but told
  Bob he was at the end stage.  Bob tells me BooBoo
  has filled the litter box with pee this afternoon
  after the dose of Lasix so I'm hopeful and his
  breathing has definitely improved.  When they got
  home Bob took him up to bed, came downstairs and
  there was BooBoo following behind.  He then tore
  into the stairs before boinging up to bed.  This
  from a little guy who was at death's door early this
  morning.  The vet is going to get back to us with
  the analysis of the fluid.  I don't know what
  difference that will make.  My boss is away tomorrow
  so I am taking the day off to spend with my boys.
  I don't want to become too optimistic but today is
  definitely better than yesterday.
 
  Lynne
 


 When you are in the service of your fellow beings, you are only in the
service of your God
Mosiah 2:17





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