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Old August 5th 09, 09:16 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Matthew[_3_]
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I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.

As you all know phantom is not doing good. He is still eating drinking and
going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting in the last part of
his life. I have been dreading going out to work or errands and coming home
to find him dead.

Well I had to flea bomb my room. For the last couple weeks we have been
battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone are having pest
problems. The pest are being forced into the dry areas; our homes. All
resources spent doing the battle .It well last week I had to bomb my
room. Phantom has been staying in one area so he was not happy when I
moved him last time. So when I opened the door he came running back to his
spot.

Well the fleas came back and this time I said Heck with it. I am smoking
the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get everywhere. I
had to move him out so he was not happy. When I came home he was no where
to be found. The worse thought entered my mind. I could not find him for
over 30 minutes. I finally found him under a chair couch. He was not
moving. My heart stopped. I have been yelling his name since I got home.
Doing his special whistle. Nothing No Phantom. I reached down and said
Please not today. Not when I was not here. Not while he was alone. I
touched His tail. That head popped up and my tears began to flow. I picked
him up and said thank you to who was listening.

He ran back to his spot and is still there like nothing happened. I don't
know if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same moment. All I
know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to come


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Old August 5th 09, 09:26 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Adrian[_2_]
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Matthew wrote:
I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.

As you all know phantom is not doing good. He is still eating drinking
and going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting
in the last part of his life. I have been dreading going out to work
or errands and coming home to find him dead.

Well I had to flea bomb my room. For the last couple weeks we have
been battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone are
having pest problems. The pest are being forced into the dry areas;
our homes. All resources spent doing the battle .It well last
week I had to bomb my room. Phantom has been staying in one area so he
was not happy when I moved him last time. So when I opened the
door he came running back to his spot.

Well the fleas came back and this time I said Heck with it. I am
smoking the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get
everywhere. I had to move him out so he was not happy. When I came
home he was no where to be found. The worse thought entered my mind.
I could not find him for over 30 minutes. I finally found him under
a chair couch. He was not moving. My heart stopped. I have been
yelling his name since I got home. Doing his special whistle. Nothing No
Phantom. I reached down and said Please not today. Not
when I was not here. Not while he was alone. I touched His tail. That
head popped up and my tears began to flow. I picked him up and
said thank you to who was listening.
He ran back to his spot and is still there like nothing happened. I
don't know if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same
moment. All I know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to
come


The b*st*rd cat trick is alive and well. ;-)
--
Adrian (Owned by Snoopy, Bagheera & Shadow)
Cats leave pawprints on your heart
http://community.webshots.com/user/clowderuk


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Old August 5th 09, 09:32 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Kreisleriana[_2_]
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"Matthew" wrote in message
ng.com...
I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.

As you all know phantom is not doing good. He is still eating drinking
and going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting in the last
part of his life. I have been dreading going out to work or errands and
coming home to find him dead.

Well I had to flea bomb my room. For the last couple weeks we have been
battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone are having
pest problems. The pest are being forced into the dry areas; our homes.
All resources spent doing the battle .It well last week I had to bomb
my room. Phantom has been staying in one area so he was not happy when I
moved him last time. So when I opened the door he came running back to
his spot.

Well the fleas came back and this time I said Heck with it. I am smoking
the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get everywhere. I
had to move him out so he was not happy. When I came home he was no where
to be found. The worse thought entered my mind. I could not find him for
over 30 minutes. I finally found him under a chair couch. He was not
moving. My heart stopped. I have been yelling his name since I got home.
Doing his special whistle. Nothing No Phantom. I reached down and said
Please not today. Not when I was not here. Not while he was alone. I
touched His tail. That head popped up and my tears began to flow. I
picked him up and said thank you to who was listening.

He ran back to his spot and is still there like nothing happened. I
don't know if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same moment.
All I know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to come



What a terrible feeling. Soothing purrs for both of you.


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Theresa and Dante

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Old August 5th 09, 10:35 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Stormmee
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a suitable ******* cat trick to punish the hoomin for disturbing his nap
time, i am happy for you , Lee
"Matthew" wrote in message
ng.com...
I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.

As you all know phantom is not doing good. He is still eating drinking
and going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting in the last
part of his life. I have been dreading going out to work or errands and
coming home to find him dead.

Well I had to flea bomb my room. For the last couple weeks we have been
battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone are having
pest problems. The pest are being forced into the dry areas; our homes.
All resources spent doing the battle .It well last week I had to bomb
my room. Phantom has been staying in one area so he was not happy when I
moved him last time. So when I opened the door he came running back to
his spot.

Well the fleas came back and this time I said Heck with it. I am smoking
the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get everywhere. I
had to move him out so he was not happy. When I came home he was no where
to be found. The worse thought entered my mind. I could not find him for
over 30 minutes. I finally found him under a chair couch. He was not
moving. My heart stopped. I have been yelling his name since I got home.
Doing his special whistle. Nothing No Phantom. I reached down and said
Please not today. Not when I was not here. Not while he was alone. I
touched His tail. That head popped up and my tears began to flow. I
picked him up and said thank you to who was listening.

He ran back to his spot and is still there like nothing happened. I
don't know if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same moment.
All I know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to come



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Old August 6th 09, 12:34 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Mischief[_2_]
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On Aug 5, 1:26*pm, "Adrian" wrote:
Matthew wrote:
I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.


As you all know phantom is not doing good. *He is still eating drinking
and going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting
in the last part of his life. I have been dreading going out to work
or errands *and coming home to find him dead.


Well I had to flea bomb my room. *For the last couple weeks we have
been battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone *are
having pest problems. *The pest are being forced into the dry areas;
our homes. * All resources spent doing the battle * .It well last
week *I had to bomb my room. *Phantom has been staying in one area so he
was not happy when I moved him last time. *So when I opened the
door *he came running back to his spot.


Well the fleas came back and this time I said *Heck with it. *I am
smoking the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get
everywhere. *I had to move him out so he was not happy. *When I came
home he was no where to be found. *The worse thought entered my mind.
I could not find him for over 30 minutes. *I finally found him under
a chair couch. *He was not moving. *My heart stopped. *I have been
yelling his name since I got home. Doing his special whistle. Nothing No
Phantom. *I reached down and said Please not today. *Not
when I was not here. *Not while he was alone. *I touched His tail. That
head popped up and my tears began to flow. *I picked him up and
said thank you to who was listening.
He ran back to his spot *and is still there like nothing happened. *I
don't know *if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same
moment. *All I know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to
come


The b*st*rd cat trick is alive and well. ;-)
--
Adrian (Owned by Snoopy, Bagheera & Shadow)
Cats leave pawprints on your hearthttp://community.webshots.com/user/clowderuk


Ouch, that has to be the WORST kind of ******* cat trick

Kristi
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Old August 6th 09, 12:33 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
---MIKE---
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Why are you so worried about Phantom if he is eating and drinking
normally? How old is he?


---MIKE---
In the White Mountains of New Hampshire
(44 15' N - Elevation 1580')


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Old August 6th 09, 02:27 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Karla
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"Matthew" wrote in message
ng.com...
I just had one of the worse moments in my life Since Jan of 2008.

As you all know phantom is not doing good. He is still eating drinking
and going to the bathroom normal but I think it is getting in the last
part of his life. I have been dreading going out to work or errands and
coming home to find him dead.

Well I had to flea bomb my room. For the last couple weeks we have been
battling fleas. It has been raining down much that everyone are having
pest problems. The pest are being forced into the dry areas; our homes.
All resources spent doing the battle .It well last week I had to bomb
my room. Phantom has been staying in one area so he was not happy when I
moved him last time. So when I opened the door he came running back to
his spot.

Well the fleas came back and this time I said Heck with it. I am smoking
the room. I used 4 of those heavy smoke flea bombs that get everywhere. I
had to move him out so he was not happy. When I came home he was no where
to be found. The worse thought entered my mind. I could not find him for
over 30 minutes. I finally found him under a chair couch. He was not
moving. My heart stopped. I have been yelling his name since I got home.
Doing his special whistle. Nothing No Phantom. I reached down and said
Please not today. Not when I was not here. Not while he was alone. I
touched His tail. That head popped up and my tears began to flow. I
picked him up and said thank you to who was listening.

He ran back to his spot and is still there like nothing happened. I
don't know if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same moment.
All I know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to come

Something vaguely similar happened to me with Sneaker where I thought he had
died. I cried "NO" and picked him up, hugging his body close to me, crying.
It took a few seconds, but he picked up his head and looked at me like "what
the hell are you going on about now, geesh, let me finish my nap".

The relief is so incredible, it's another adrenaline rush.

I am so glad for your happy ending. Now breathe.
Karla


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Old August 6th 09, 03:41 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On Aug 5, 4:16*pm, "Matthew" wrote:


He ran back to his spot *and is still there like nothing happened. *I don't
know *if I mad, relieved, shocked, tearful all in the same moment. *All I
know is he is still here and I hope for a long time to come


Purrs for you both! Your poor nerves are so in need as well as
Phantom's health. Good to know he's spry enough to pull a [email protected][email protected] cat
trick yet. Will continue good vibes for you two.

Blessed be,
Baha

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Old August 6th 09, 07:49 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Matthew[_3_]
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Almost 16 with hyperthyroidism. Just a couple months ago when he got his
full blood work. The vet said he was in early stages of liver and kidney
failure. He has lost a lot of weight. He is not eating like a horse like
he used to. I have to shoved the food under his nose to eat which is only a
couple bites. Today he had an accident; a bowel movement.

He is not going anywhere except to get some water, bathroom ( which I am
watching him closely on that) maybe come over to me for a couple scratches
than right back to the same spot.

He has never hid under any furniture EVER. He has never not come when I do
his special whistle. He has never not come out when I called EVER.




"---MIKE---" wrote in message
...
Why are you so worried about Phantom if he is eating and drinking
normally? How old is he?


---MIKE---
In the White Mountains of New Hampshire
(44 15' N - Elevation 1580')



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Old August 6th 09, 11:56 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Stormmee
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I really am praying for you and him, Lee
"Matthew" wrote in message
ng.com...
Almost 16 with hyperthyroidism. Just a couple months ago when he got
his full blood work. The vet said he was in early stages of liver and
kidney failure. He has lost a lot of weight. He is not eating like a
horse like he used to. I have to shoved the food under his nose to eat
which is only a couple bites. Today he had an accident; a bowel movement.

He is not going anywhere except to get some water, bathroom ( which I am
watching him closely on that) maybe come over to me for a couple
scratches than right back to the same spot.

He has never hid under any furniture EVER. He has never not come when I
do his special whistle. He has never not come out when I called EVER.




"---MIKE---" wrote in message
...
Why are you so worried about Phantom if he is eating and drinking
normally? How old is he?


---MIKE---
In the White Mountains of New Hampshire
(44 15' N - Elevation 1580')





 




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