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Old April 25th 05, 03:38 PM
Pat
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Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor control
area.

Will post again when I know more.


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Old April 25th 05, 04:45 PM
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On Mon, 25 Apr 2005 09:38:39 -0500, "Pat"
yodeled:

Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor control
area.

Will post again when I know more.


This is so worrying. Purrs for it to be nothing.


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Old April 25th 05, 05:13 PM
Julie Cook
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Pat wrote:

Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor control
area.

Will post again when I know more.


Purrs on the way that Abelard is suffering something very easily treated
and that he is back to feeling well in no time. Gentle headbutts and
hugs to you as well.

Julie, Hobbes, Selena, Lacey, Sam and Barnabus

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Old April 25th 05, 06:04 PM
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Pat wrote:
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Lots of purrs.

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Old April 25th 05, 06:07 PM
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Purring and praying that whatever ails Abelard is not serious.
Jazz & his mama

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"Pat" wrote in message
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Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this
rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection
went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor
control
area.

Will post again when I know more.




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Old April 25th 05, 06:46 PM
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Many purrs for Abelard, Pat -- hope your vet can help.
Christine
"Pat" wrote in message
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Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this

rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection

went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor

control
area.

Will post again when I know more.




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Old April 25th 05, 08:23 PM
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sounds like a case of severe periodontitis. Hopefully it's not too bad
and everything will be okay

Kristi

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Old April 25th 05, 10:23 PM
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Lots of purrs and best wishes,
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"Pat" wrote in message
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Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.

I'm a little worried that whatever the trouble is might be beyond this

rural
vet's ability to handle not to mention being much more costly than I can
manage. I checked him over and noticed that all the teeth behind his upper
right fang are gone and the area is very bright red. Perhaps infection

went
through the sinus into his brain and is causing damage to the motor

control
area.

Will post again when I know more.




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Old April 25th 05, 10:28 PM
tanada
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Pat wrote:
Saturday afternoon he was coughing and acting a little strange, a visitor
noticed he was lurching as he walked. I didn't see it right away but I've
been seeing it since then, he sometimes sways like he's about to fall over
but then catches himself.


Purrs and healing thoughts and wishes for poor Abelard to feel better
soon, and for your pocketbook not to feel the pinch to badly.

Pam, Rob, and the Fayetteville Six + kittens and Speedy the D-thing
 




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