GA Baco passed away...

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by Ruby&Baco, Jul 25, 2018.

  1. Ruby&Baco

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    It started around June 20th. Baco was dealing with some strange complaints, she was nauseous and licking her mouth a lot and swallowing hard after licking her mouth. ( and she had a really bad smelly mouth)
    When she would eat, she was grinding her teeth.
    Because she was having vague complaints I tested her sugar and she was around 6 or 8mmol, it wasn’t really high but still! It indicates that something was off!

    So I called my vet with the vague complaints and that her sugar was raised a little and she would tell me that maybe Baco was having a bit of pain from a spot she had on her back. (She had a bold painful spot on her back, around the shoulder area from flee drops and it just ‘ate’ away her fur)
    Well I believe Petra, I trust her so I was reassured but still keeping an eye on Baco’s sugar.
    So in the next 2 weeks Baco’s sugar would go up and down.
    I would call my vet every other day with an update and after the first call, 1.5 week later Baco wasn’t eating anything anymore, although I would see that she wanted to eat! She would lurk at her food, but she refused to get off the bed and eat, and still licking her mouth. So I thought she was having stomach pains and that was causing her to feel nauseas.

    After 1 day of not eating I called my vet and rushed to the vets to do some bloodwork (a big checkup)
    The results were ok, nothing strange was seen. So my vet recommended to me to do an ultrasound because Baco was giving hints that she was having pain or discomfort in her stomach area. So this was around Tuesday 10th of July.
    So I called the pet hospital in Amsterdam to make an appointment for Baco’s ultrasound and we could come in on Monday 16th.
    But that week Baco was getting worse, not wanting to eat and still giving hints about not feeling well.
    So we drove 3 times to the vet that week to give her some painkilling shots and nausea shots and I got some medication for her to give her twice a day.
    In the weekend of 14th she was getting so much better! She was eating again, walking around the house and not giving us any signs of pain. So that Monday (of the ultra sound) I decided to call it off thinking she was getting better because of the shots and medication, and she was!
    So I was still giving her the medication twice a day and she was getting better but wasn’t getting 100%, she would stay around 70% the Baco I knew.
    But as long as she ate and was happy and not hinting she was in pain, I wanted to wait to see if she would get any better in the next few days.

    Eventually on Thursday 19th I didn’t trust the situation (I already had a feeling that she had a tumor, it was like I knew already 3 weeks ago) So I called my vet again and we decided to do the ultrasound on Friday 20th in the evening, and Vincent (BF) joined me, I didn’t want to go alone because I already knew I would get bad news and I knew I couldn’t handle the situation on my own.
    Well so we went, the doctor was really nice to us and she saw Baco was stressed out so she didn’t shave her belly, she just did the ultrasound and after looking really good for 5 minutes she said ‘This is not good’. She showed us a big black spot that was connected to her intestine and it was pressing against her stomach.
    It could be 2 things she said, the first of course was a tumor and she said that the change of it being a tumor was really big (around 70/80% change that it was a tumor) the other option was an inflammation / cyst that was causing this.
    The option ‘tumor’ is a malicious kind she said and if it was a tumor nothing could have been done anymore.
    If it was an inflammation it could have been removed via a surgery BUT that surgery would be really dangerous and the change that she would survive that was little.
    And if she would survive it, the only way to cure everything was giving her for a long period of time prednisone, which will cause her to get diabetic AGAIN and she would need insulin.
    Both ‘options’ for me were bad news and wouldn’t be anything that I would start with to cure her.
    I mean, the only ‘reason’ I would (if it was an inflammation) start the surgery was for my own selfishness to keep her longer with me, even it that would mean that she would be diabetic again (if she even survives the operation).
    So the doctor wanted to do a biopsy from the ‘black spot’ but Baco didn’t want to do that anymore, she was SOOO fed up with all the vet visits and she didn’t allow it so I said ‘you are not going to do this, Baco doesn’t want to do this and it’s ok’.
    So she said to me that I could bring Baco in another day to do this procedure under narcosis but immediately I said ‘NO’ we are NOT going to let her suffer anymore!
    We know now that it’s a tumor OR (a very little change) an inflammation and that’s enough info for me and I know that if it’s an inflammation I’m NOT going to do anything about it because this is very risky and selfish to let her go through all those surgeries, prednisone, diabetes again. I’m not going to do this and ASK from Baco!

    So the next morning on Saturday 21th I called my vet Petra and told her the news, she didn’t saw the ultrasound pictures just yet but as I was telling her the info she was looking up the email the hospital send to her and she was in shock. She didn’t saw this coming. I said (very honest) ‘Petra, what are we going to do? There is nothing we can do, and what I WANT to do for her if it is an inflammation’
    So I cried and cried on the phone with Petra and she knew….. So I said ‘Petra, when is the right time? Is there ever a right time?’ She said ‘no there is never a good time, you can wait, but I wouldn’t wait too long because maybe tomorrow she will suffer more than yesterday, we didn’t know how long she would be able to eat and enjoy life much longer.
    So I didn’t say the words, but Petra said very carefully ‘Ruby… would you like to do this today?’
    So I cried sooooooooooo hard (But I already decided for myself that that was the best option before I picked up the phone) and said ‘Petra, no I don’t but I think I have to do this now!, If I plan a date, maybe in a week I will come home from work every day, I will cry every day, and I will count the days/hours/minutes. I don’t want that for myself and not for Baco, she is my life, my baby, and I don’t want her to know that mommy is sad because of her in her last few days.'

    So we drove to the vet on Saturday and Baco gave me a few kisses and hugs and she went the way she was.
    It did take a while until she was really gone. This was because she was still healthy (healthy heart, organs etc. So we where right on time to do this) She was fighting the sleeping injection, she wanted to stay with us (which BROKE my heart) but it was the best for her.
    She wasn’t ‘sick’ in my mind, she was the Baco I knew.
    The moment she was sleeping (not gone yet) she was just like I knew her and the way I always saw her sleeping. So it wasn’t scary. I was there with Vincent until her last breath.


    I’m super sad because I miss her so so much, but I know I’ve made the best decision I could have made for her. She didn’t suffer, she wasn’t in pain (maybe a little discomfort) but until her last day/moments she was enjoying life.
    The Friday after the ultrasound Vincent said ‘you should give her EVERYTHING in the world she wants! So I did, I gave her 3 cans of wet food, she was like ‘what is going on here?’ but she enjoyed every last minute of her life with us.
    I’m extremely sad, but the idea that she didn’t have to go through agony and she could do anything until her last moments gives me peace with the situation.

    I will miss you so much my baby cat_wings>o but you will no longer suffer or have to deal with pain. Mommy loves you and I will always cherish every minute I had with you. We've had 11 years together and you where my special baby kitty. My heart is broken but I know that you know I did this out of love for you, I wouldn't want you to suffer any second longer!
     
  2. Marshmallow's Mom

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    I am so sorry for your loss. It's so hard to say goodbye.

    There's just never enough time with our babies...
     
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  3. Kris & Teasel

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    I'm glad you posted here, Ruby. We're here to support you. @Rachel @Djamila
     
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  4. Ruby&Baco

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    thank you very much. When i'm ready for it, I will come online in the future to help people again. I've been very active since 2016 (when my beloved baby Baco got diabetes)
    Luckely she got it just from prednisone and was OTJ in 8 weeks but I always stayed on the board to help others.
    Because I've been dealing with a depression and later a move I've been MIA from the board for a while, but now I do know a lot of kitties, and people here. So that's the reason I wanted to inform you all about my dear Baco.
    She was so lovely and my heart is broken, but it's best for her not to suffer, I made sure she didn't have to deal with that. She wasn't in pain the moment we knew it was a tumor, but was in discomfort. I'm 'happy' in a way that we were right in time to end this for her before she would get any pain!
    I'm very sad, but that's just missing my baby around me, because I know I made the best decision for her even though it hurts sooo bad...
     
  5. Ruby&Baco

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    Thanks Kris :bighug: you are the best! I hope to see more people around soon, so we can talk for a bit!
     
  6. Ruby&Baco

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  7. Djamila

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    Oh Ruby, I'm so sorry to read this. Sending so much love your way as you grieve the passing of sweet Baco. :bighug:
     
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  8. FurBabiesMama

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    So sorry. :(:bighug:
     
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  9. Sharon14

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    Ruby I’m so very sorry to read this. You were such a great cat mom to sweet Baco and you gave her the most unselfish gift of love by letting her go. I just lost Colin a couple of weeks ago too. Perhaps they are hanging out together at the rainbow bridge enjoying a mojito or two, just like old times...:bighug:
    Rest In Peace Sweet Baco:rb_icon:
     
  10. Bobbie And Bubba

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    Dearest Ruby,

    Sending you lots and lots of hugs and love as your heart starts to heal. Your last gift to Baco to spare her of suffering anymore was the last loving act of selfishness that you gave her. You were such a good fur momma to her and took on her diabetes with such bravery and such a drive to learn all that you could to help her.

    Those days on ProZinc with you and Sharon, Carol, Rachel, and Robin were such sweet days as we all learned together. Sharon can relate so freshly to your pain as she just lost Colin a few weeks ago and then her civvie Jack. It just is so sad that we can't have more time with them.

    I am happy that the last 2 years you had together she was happy and healthy. Hope you soon have comfort from the void that Baco leaves.

    Rest in Peace Baco, Fly high, land softly. cat_wings>o
     
  11. PussCatPrince - GA

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    All hugs. :bighug:
     
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  12. Rachel

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    Oh Ruby I am so very sorry to hear this. You were a wonderful mom to Baco...you saw to her every need. When she got diabetes, you didn't shy away from it, you attacked head on and got her into remission. And you made the right decision to let her go. Never doubt that it was right. In all my years here I have never once heard anyone say "I wish I had waited longer". You wanted her to go while she still had some life left and still had good times. She had everything a kitty could want or need...what an amazing life! She was so incredibly lucky to have you.

    The pain will lessen in time and you'll find yourself smiling more than you cry. It takes time...but it hurts because we loved them so deeply. And I know I wouldn't give up that love even if it meant I'd hurt less later. We're here for you Ruby, if you need to cry, vent, or just remember. We're always here. :bighug::bighug:
     
  13. Rachel

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    @Bobbie And Bubba, those were some lovely days. I'd never want another kitty to have to go through diabetes, but one of the good things it did was bring us all together. That was a great group, too (as is this current group!). :)
     
  14. Bobbie And Bubba

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    It was! And I know that so many kitties on ProZinc are so grateful to you and your expertise. I wish I could be of more help , but with taking care of my 90 year old (almost 91 ) Mom and looking onto Lantus, my hands are full.

    How are you and all your kitties?
     
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  15. Carol & Murphy

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    Dearest Ruby, I am so, so sorry, sad and upset to read this about sweet darling Baco. It seems like such a long time ago that we were all on Prozinc, and such a happy, supportive family it was. I am heartbroken for you - it was clear how very much you loved Baco. So many kitties have passed away lately - I can only think of Lord Buddha - and the nature of impermanence - precious life is only fleeting, and so much more so for the feline souls that we love so much. I lived in Cambodia for a few years, and learned that some Cambodians believe that cats, in their next life, come back as humans. We can only send her off, and knowing with all the love she amassed, she will be happy and healthy and successful in her next life. You were such a great moma to Baco and you did the right thing by her always. I hope your terrible pain will soon pass. I am very, very sorry.
     
  16. Bron and Sheba

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    Ruby I am so sorry to read this. It is one of the hardest things to do to make that decision and say goodbye.
    But you gave Baco the greatest gift of all.
    Safe journey to the rainbow bridge Baco :rb_icon:cat_wings>o
    :bighug::bighug::bighug:
     
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  17. Ruby&Baco

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    Thanks for all the sweet words, it comforts me in a way that you all know what this feels like...

    @Sharon14 : I didn't know you lost Colin too! I did read this last evening and went and looked up your thread about Colin. I'm so sorry for you!:bighug: and then also you had to let Jack go, that must have been so hard in such short time.
    Let's hope Colin and Baco are hanging out indeed together drinking mojito's and enjoying it up there! One day we will see them again Sharon, I believe we will.
     
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  18. Ruby&Baco

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    Thank you so much Bobbie, we will talk soon, when i'm ready about the other things in life :) in PM.
    I know it was my last gift to Baco, I did it with so much love that my heart is broken at the moment because all of the love I had in my heart has gone the moment she left us. That's with how much love I let her go.
    Yes, I'm also very happy she got 2 years extra, insuline free to enjoy life.
     
  19. Carol & Murphy

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    Two years without insulin - that is indeed such a gift. I hope every day is a little easier, Ruby :bighug::bighug:
     
  20. Rachel

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    You're so sweet, Bobbie! I've popped by the Lantus board from time and time and see how much you do over there. You certainly have your hands full and you do your part by passing on your L expertise. I still mention you whenever we suggest someone check out L instead of staying with Prozinc...I know you're a great resource for them!

    My kitties and I are doing well. We're having a cystitis attack right now, but I've found some things that help with that, so I've figured out how to keep them comfy during them at least. How is Bubba these days? You've done such an amazing job taking care of him and getting him OTJ so many times already! What a tricky little guy he is. :)
     
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  21. Carol & Murphy

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    Hi Rachel - so sorry you are still dealing with cystitis what have you found that helps?
     
  22. Bobbie And Bubba

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    I am glad you have found some tricks for the cystitis attacks, Rachel, to keep them at bay and keep kitties comfy. Is D Mannose one of your tricks?

    I am going to give an update for Bubba over in L & L this morning.
     
  23. Ruby&Baco

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    Dear Rachel, such lovely words from you, thank you. I didn't shy away indeed and wanted to help my precious baby to win that diabetic battle.
    I know in time the pain will fade away and just the beautiful moments will stick, but at te moment it hurts so bad.
     
  24. Ruby&Baco

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    It was a great group, I'm sad to miss some people around here, but everyone has there own personal reasons for it. We all have experienced the diabetic rollercoaster but we all did (or still do) everything we can to help our babies.
     
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  25. Rachel

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    Hi Carol and Bobbie! I've been giving CBD oil twice a day (worked my way up to 5 drops twice a day), as well as Cystease (which is UK glucosamine...it's supposed to be a specific type that is good for bladder). I use Corn Silk extract and D-Mannose during an attack to help it resolve and soothe the bladder lining some. I also have buprenex for pain during a flare and Cantharis (a homeopathic painkiller) that I give during an attack or if I suspect one might be brewing. We also currently feed a raw only diet with extra added water.

    I basically determined cystitis was going to be ongoing here and once I accepted that it got easier. I think the way to treat is just to find the magic combo that seems to work for YOUR cat. There's plenty of things to try but it takes awhile to figure it out. I've got some other possibilities I'm keeping in my file in case I need them, but for now, this seems to work okay.
     
  26. Bobbie And Bubba

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    Wonderful and this is such a good resource for others with cystitis. Thanks Rachel!
     
  27. Ruby&Baco

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    Dear Carol, thank you for the kind words!
    The story about Cambodia is something (when i'm ready) I will go and read about because that also gives some peace stuff like that.
    The pain will pass, it already is less than it was Saturday, also because I get distracted by my work and doing a lot of things outside of the house.
    It helps you get your mind off the pain. I mean it's really good to stand still and think about it but life (how painfull it is) goes on, and I need to deal with the loss of my lovely Baco. I do watch videos and look at pictures from her everyday so she is always with me in my mind and heart.
     
  28. Ruby&Baco

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    It was, she enjoyed life insuline free for 2 (extra) years. She was a happy, spoiled kitty! She even eventually lost the weight that she needed to so she was perfect!
     
  29. Ruby&Baco

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    Rachel, sorry for asking, but what is a cystitis attack?
     
  30. Shoeskitty-GA

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    Ruby, I am so sorry for your loss! It's the hardest decision ever but the right one!
     
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  31. Ruby&Baco

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    @Shoeskitty-GA Thank you! I know it is the right decision, but it doesn't make the pain I feel less. And there are moments that i'm thinking 'was it the best decision' couldn't I have done more for her? Or should I have done the biopt and the operation? Sometimes I doubt about everything... :(
     
  32. Shoeskitty-GA

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    I understand. It's been 3 months since I had to make that decision and the doubts still manage to creep into my heart and mind from time to time. Sending you a big hug!:bighug::bighug::bighug::bighug:
     
  33. Carol & Murphy

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    It still hurts when I think about losing the kitty I got before Murphy (back in 2011) but life goes on. Love never dies though - every day will be easier Do you have another kitty, Ruby?
     
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  34. AbyResq

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    Oh Ruby, I am so sorry. Bacco couldn't have asked for a better mom.
     
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  35. JeffJ

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    Hi Ruby. I remember when you were on the forum everyday and we exchanged messages. Then I remember when you got Baco to go OTJ, and you were giving Baco such good care. That was almost 2 years ago.

    Baco had a great life with you. The very best. It is so hard to let our kittehs go. Like you said in the posts above, you gave Baco another 2 years. Those were good years, I am sure of it.

    I'm sorry Baco is now gone. Such a sweet kitteh. You were a good Mom for her.:bighug::bighug::bighug:
     
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  36. Ruby&Baco

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    Thank you very much. i'm sorry to hear about your beloved kitty.. The doubts will still be there once in a while but we need to get ourselfs in positive mindset about it!
     
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  37. Ruby&Baco

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    Life does go on, although the pain is still here. I must say I'm handeling the situation a lot better then I thought I would. Maybe i've gotten some peace with the situation because there was nothing I could do anymore for Baco and she left us with just a little bit being in pain.. Not that much pain. So that comforts me a lot that she didn't suffer..
    I do have another kitty, Minnie he's a 15 year (old) men :) I will post a picture of him (need to get on my phone to do that) but he's lovely.
    The only positive thing since Baco has been PTS is that Minnie is showing himself a lot more around the house, likes to hang out with us and eat a lot more! He was always a skinny kitty and was scared for Baco as she was really dominant and the leader in our home. So he's having the time of his life right now, what is great for him! He can be happy his last few months/years with us without being stressed out all the time.
     
  38. Ruby&Baco

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    Thank you so much for your kind words! :bighug:
    She had the life of a queen with me, she got the best food, best toys, I always saw her as my own child. I think she knew that I loved her so much
     
  39. Ruby&Baco

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    Thank you so much for your lovely words. I do also remember you and a lot of other people on the board! But because I was (after Baco got OTJ) depressed I was MIA from the board for a long time. In the meantime Baco did receive the best care a kitty could ask for. She indeed got another 2 years extra in life without insuline, and that's the way I need to see it. I must say I do think 11 years is too young to leave as a kitty :(.
    My other kitty Minnie (15) had a brother called Sam and he had to be PTS at the age of 8 because he had FIP. I mean that's even YOUNGER, but I think Baco being PTS at 11 still really young. If Minnie would leave us right now, I would be sad but he's 15 years old, that's a beautiful age for a kitty... So it does still hurt that Baco left us way to soon....
     
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  40. JeffJ

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    It is hard losing our kittehs. It doesn't matter how old they are. We lost Scoobs 2 years ago, and he was only 8. I still miss him. But the grief does fade away a bit. It is too bad that some kittehs do not make it to 12 or 15.

    I'm glad you had Baco and that we had good interactions here on the forum. Someday when Leo passes, we will take a break. Then we will probably intentionally adopt another sugar kitteh. I think a lot of people are challenged to take care of sugar cats. With our knowledge, we want to help another kitteh become healthy again.
     
  41. billysmom (GA)

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    Ruby, I am so sorry to hear you had to let dear Baco go. I remember all your work getting her regulated and then trying to get her to play :). You did the best for her. She will always be with you in your heart.
     
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  42. PussCatPrince - GA

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    @Carol & Murphy . I quote your post because I really love this.
     
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  43. Carol & Murphy

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    Thanks so much, M.
     
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  44. Noah & me (GA)

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    Some people might not understand this but what you did for Baco was an act of kindness. No one enjoys being poked, prodded and tested. Not putting Baco through further tests had to be hard but only you could understand what Baco's quality of life would have been. Eventually most of the pain will pass but it never goes completely away. For now be kind to yourself and get lots of rest. From all our boys and from us, :bighug: :bighug: :bighug:
     
  45. Critter Mom

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    Ruby,

    I've been away for a long time so I've only seen this now. I am desperately sorry at your sad news.

    (((Ruby and Spirit Baco)))



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  46. Ruby&Baco

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    Thank you so much for your sweet post, it made me cry a little. Thank you, it feels good to know that you all here on the board understand the pain and the struggle that comes along with losing our cats...
     
  47. Ruby&Baco

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    Thanks for the post. It’s ok that you weren’t around, i mean people have there personal reasons for being MIA from the board.
    I appreciate the fact that you took the time to post such a sweet message! How are you doing?
     
  48. Ruby&Baco

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    Btw I promised a picture from my other kitty Minnie! But I was MIA from the board as I was really sad about Baco so I forgot to post it.
    Here he is, my handsom boy Minnie (with a banana filled with catnip haha, he loves it)
    (I will post an update later on how everything is going now after a few months since Baco isn’t around anymore)
    :bighug::kiss:

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  49. Bobbie And Bubba

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    Good to see you Ruby and see a photo of Minnie! Hope you are doing well. :bighug:
     
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  50. Ruby&Baco

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    I am! I will write an update in a few hours. I’m cleaning our house at the moment and I’m going to make some diner (it’s 4:49PM here in the Netherlands) so after diner i will grab my laptop and take the time to write an update! For now lots of hugs and kisses for all of you!
     
  51. Noah & me (GA)

    Noah & me (GA) Well-Known Member

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    Goedemorgen Minnie!
     
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  52. JeffJ

    JeffJ Well-Known Member

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    We had a brief discussion about those catnip bananas on another thread in the last month. Those bananas are real popular. Scoobs used to love them, and would wrestle with them everyday. Leo is not into catnip that much. Your other kitteh looks very happy. Glad to see you back.
     

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