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Aww, and he looked very happy, too.
Candace
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BTW, Alex was euthanized on August 17th after two years battling his lymphoma. He was happy and active through most ... Thanks to all who provided advice, information and support. The last pictures I took of Alex are here: http://www.dotphoto.com/go.asp?l=geekwench&AID=1006040 Laura

I'm sorry about Alex. I remember when he began chemo & was doing so well, for so long. Am glad that he did do so well for a long time, & that the final decline was quick. As evidenced by the pics of him up on the mountains of moving boxes in July. :-)
How do you like the new apt.? - the photos you posted before your move showed a gorgeous apt.
Cathy

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I've noticed lately that my 8.5 yr old male cat has lost weight so I decided to have him checked ... vet's office gave him some fluids and he did manage to eat some food for them. I'd appreciate any insight.

I don't know if chronic renal failure (CRF) can cause weight loss THAT suddenly, but it's something that should be checked, too. I think it'll show up in an ordinary blood test (elevated BUN and Creatinine, for starters).
Hope everything works out for you and your cat,
Warren

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circa 26 Oct 2003 19:15:33 GMT, in rec.pets.cats.health+behav, MacCandace (Email Removed) said,
> Aww, and he looked very happy, too.

He really was. Right up until a few days before he died, he would tear around here like a maniac, playing with anything and everything, meeting me at the door. He truly enjoyed his last days. Thanks.

Laura

I find that the further I go back, the better things were, whether they happened or not.
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circa Sun, 26 Oct 2003 16:25:56 -0500, in rec.pets.cats.health+behav, Cathy Friedmann (Email Removed) said,
I'm sorry about Alex. I remember when he began chemo & was doing so well, for so long. Am glad ... decline was quick. As evidenced by the pics of him up on the mountains of moving boxes in July. :-)

Yep, he was still Alex, right up until the end. :-) I miss him, but I have no regrets.
How do you like the new apt.? - the photos you posted before your move showed a gorgeous apt.

I love it! I've still not done jack with it as it has taken me forever just to unpack and we're in the middle of a huge project at work, but soon, I hope...
Laura

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