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Old May 22nd 04, 12:41 AM
Cheryl
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Default Happy Anniversary Bonnie!

I was going to post something about Bonnie's one year anniversary with me
this week, but I've been taking a class all week and actually forgot (bad
meowmie). May 17th last year was the day I trapped her and brought her to
be spayed, not even planning on keeping her. It dawned on me when I went to
get a refill on Shadow's meds tonight and they asked if I wanted to make
Bonnie's yearly exam appt. Now I have to decide if I should get her tested
for FeLV or just go ahead and get the booster. I don't think it hurts to
just shot her, but I'm curious, and not really worried since she is very
healthy. I guess it is better to just reserve that test for if she becomes
ill. What do you guys think?

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Cheryl
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Old May 22nd 04, 01:39 AM
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"Cheryl" wrote in message
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I was going to post something about Bonnie's one year anniversary with me
this week, but I've been taking a class all week and actually forgot (bad
meowmie). May 17th last year was the day I trapped her and brought her to
be spayed, not even planning on keeping her. It dawned on me when I went

to
get a refill on Shadow's meds tonight and they asked if I wanted to make
Bonnie's yearly exam appt. Now I have to decide if I should get her tested
for FeLV or just go ahead and get the booster. I don't think it hurts to
just shot her, but I'm curious, and not really worried since she is very
healthy. I guess it is better to just reserve that test for if she becomes
ill. What do you guys think?

--
Cheryl


Congratulations, Cheryl and Bonnie -- and also Shamrock and Shadow. It's
hard to believe it has been a year. You and Bonnie have made tremendous
progress.

MaryL


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Old May 22nd 04, 01:39 AM
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"Cheryl" wrote in message
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I was going to post something about Bonnie's one year anniversary with me
this week, but I've been taking a class all week and actually forgot (bad
meowmie). May 17th last year was the day I trapped her and brought her to
be spayed, not even planning on keeping her. It dawned on me when I went

to
get a refill on Shadow's meds tonight and they asked if I wanted to make
Bonnie's yearly exam appt. Now I have to decide if I should get her tested
for FeLV or just go ahead and get the booster. I don't think it hurts to
just shot her, but I'm curious, and not really worried since she is very
healthy. I guess it is better to just reserve that test for if she becomes
ill. What do you guys think?

--
Cheryl


Congratulations, Cheryl and Bonnie -- and also Shamrock and Shadow. It's
hard to believe it has been a year. You and Bonnie have made tremendous
progress.

MaryL


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Old May 22nd 04, 01:41 AM
Cheryl
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Karen Chuplis dumped this in
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You won't really do anything different if she is positive, I wouldn't
do it.


True. The only thing I wouldn't do is have her vaccinated.

I can't believe it's been a year!!!


I know! Time is passing too quickly, Karen. Is that an age thing? The
tech pulled her chart and saw the note highlighted that said "semi
feral" and made a joke about not being in that day. lol She doesn't act
very feral to me anymore, nothing like a year ago at all. At least now
when I do catch her and hold her (just to get her used to it a bit) she
does play "frozen kitty" so the vet visit next week should go ok. I made
the appt for Sat morning and our usual routine on Sat morning is for me
to get up, feed Shadow and Shamrock in the kitchen, feed Bonnie in my
room and close my door and go back to sleep. She cuddles with me so I'll
just have the carrier in there and when she's relaxed, pick her up and
put her in. I might put the walking jacket and lead on her just for a
little insurance.

--
Cheryl
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Old May 22nd 04, 01:41 AM
Cheryl
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Karen Chuplis dumped this in
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You won't really do anything different if she is positive, I wouldn't
do it.


True. The only thing I wouldn't do is have her vaccinated.

I can't believe it's been a year!!!


I know! Time is passing too quickly, Karen. Is that an age thing? The
tech pulled her chart and saw the note highlighted that said "semi
feral" and made a joke about not being in that day. lol She doesn't act
very feral to me anymore, nothing like a year ago at all. At least now
when I do catch her and hold her (just to get her used to it a bit) she
does play "frozen kitty" so the vet visit next week should go ok. I made
the appt for Sat morning and our usual routine on Sat morning is for me
to get up, feed Shadow and Shamrock in the kitchen, feed Bonnie in my
room and close my door and go back to sleep. She cuddles with me so I'll
just have the carrier in there and when she's relaxed, pick her up and
put her in. I might put the walking jacket and lead on her just for a
little insurance.

--
Cheryl
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Old May 22nd 04, 02:20 AM
Cheryl
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CATherine dumped this in
on 21 May 2004:

Happy anniversary. Time does have a way of slipping by very fast when
you're not looking. :-) I'd just go for the booster. Purrs for an easy
vet visit.


Thanks CAT.

--
Cheryl
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Old May 22nd 04, 02:20 AM
Cheryl
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CATherine dumped this in
on 21 May 2004:

Happy anniversary. Time does have a way of slipping by very fast when
you're not looking. :-) I'd just go for the booster. Purrs for an easy
vet visit.


Thanks CAT.

--
Cheryl
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Old May 22nd 04, 03:56 AM
Marina
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"Cheryl" wrote
I was going to post something about Bonnie's one year anniversary with me
this week, but I've been taking a class all week and actually forgot (bad
meowmie). May 17th last year was the day I trapped her and brought her to
be spayed, not even planning on keeping her. It dawned on me when I went

to
get a refill on Shadow's meds tonight and they asked if I wanted to make
Bonnie's yearly exam appt. Now I have to decide if I should get her tested
for FeLV or just go ahead and get the booster. I don't think it hurts to
just shot her, but I'm curious, and not really worried since she is very
healthy. I guess it is better to just reserve that test for if she becomes
ill. What do you guys think?


Don't know about the testing but we wanted to say a big Happy Adoption Day
to Bonnie and you. She is a very lucky cat.

--
Marina, Frank and Nikki
Email marina (dot) kurten (at) pp (dot) inet (dot) fi
Pics at http://uk.f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/frankiennikki

 




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