Glad to hear that! And I see that almost all your snow is gone. John
Nova is doing better, thankfully. We now have to monitor his illnesses, but his fever seems to have broke and he started to eat last night (after refusing food for 5 days). He is not back to his usual self, and I am not sure he will be again, but he is a lot better than Thursday/Friday.
Andromeda has started to eat more as well and had a checkup Saturday to see how she is doing now. She did gain a quarted pound back and seems to be doing a lot better, but again, renal failue issues will always be a problem now. For now I am happy to have Andie and Nova on the mend.
David and the CoolCyberCats
I always dread 15, because that's about the age I lose most of them. Some surprised me as I didn't know anything was wrong. Some, were already sick for one reason or another. I keep hearing of cats living 18 or 20 years and it makes me feel guilty, like I must be doing something wrong, but I don't know what. To be sure, a lot of my cats I had no real idea how old they were but whenever I knew, they never quite seemed to make 16. John
Nova has been feeling sick since Tuesday. Tuesday night and Wednesday he would nto eat and felt warm, so I rushed him to the vet. It is now his turn to have kidney disease and pancreatitis. He is still running a fever and feels awful. I have to run home sometime today from work to get him and drop him off at the vet again. I have always semi-jokingingly said, with 4 cats about the same age I expect 4 problems and deaths around the same time. Now I am starting to feel it for real and am not happy.
I had to give Andie her fluids again last night, but she faught more and pulled free, jerking the needle out. I did not have the heart to poke her again and try again, so she got only a tenth of her 75-100ml dose. :(