Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Alienesse, Feb 18, 2012.
Hee hee! I love that last one; it's the "model" shot.
Thanks! Yes, she loves to pose. And no, she's not a vampire.
That was exactly my thought, too!
Alienesse, thanks for the compliments! And allow me to return the favor: those are some great moments you've captured (mid-yawn is almost always amusing). And the "cat bed" is a really cool setting!
Here is the last picture of the dearly departed Neko who left us a few months ago.
Those photos are really neat!!
I come here first when I sign on, just to get my dose of calm.
Some pics of my girls .
Junior letting me know it's time for bed.
Awww ... look at that face!
And bonus points for the BBS in the background.
Well, that really is what's on my computer most of the time. That and copious amounts of cat hair.
^ ^ They're adorable .
I used to have a dog that would do that (come to me when he wanted me to go to bed), but never a cat!
^He's practically the size of a dog, so maybe that's part of it.
My 14-year old cat Sugar has kidney failure and the vet isn't sure how much time he has left. Maybe a couple weeks or a couple months if I'm lucky. You can read more about him (and give me some advice) in this thread!!!
I'm so sorry to hear that Sugar is so ill.
I've seen cats live on hydration treatments with diet modifications for months. What can be done to get fluid into cats is an IV, the vet leaves a port in the cat's leg you plug in daily or every other day to give sterile fluid in prescribed amounts. I've also seen a vet give a large bolus of fluid under the skin, a clysis, every other day to keep an animal hydrated.
Diet is very important, a renal diet that the vet figures out will help decrease those 2 high levels. Probably the BUN and the creatinine, 2 measures of kidney function.
The supplements I'm afarid I don't know enough about to advise you, but I can ask the vets I work with if you like.
Sugar looks like a lovely kitty. Sorry to hear he's not doing so well.
So sorry to hear about Sugar's illness, Ro. It's so hard when our furry loved ones become ill.
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