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Old March 25th 06, 09:15 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.

Jeanne
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Old March 25th 06, 12:49 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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JBHajos wrote:
Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.


{{{{{{{{{{ Jeanne }}}}}}}}}}
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Adrian (Owned by Snoopy and Bagheera)
Cats leave pawprints on your heart.
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Old March 25th 06, 04:09 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On 2006-03-25, JBHajos penned:
Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As
feared, she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is
at 20-30%; the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can
be done now except "paliative therapy". She is eating again,
taking Pepcid for the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is
*SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.


I'm so sorry. Enjoy the time you have with her.

--
monique, who spoils Oscar unmercifully

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Old March 25th 06, 10:51 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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JBHajos wrote:

Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.

Jeanne



Lots and lots of purrs,
Polonca and Soncek

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Old March 26th 06, 12:05 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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polonca12000 wrote:
JBHajos wrote:

Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog.


Purrs for Sandy to be comfortable and purrs for your family.

--Fil

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Old March 26th 06, 02:58 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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Aww, lots of purrs for all of you and Sandy. I hope you all can have much
more quality time left with Sandy.
Christine
"JBHajos" wrote in message
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Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.

Jeanne



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Old March 26th 06, 06:55 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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JBHajos wrote:
Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.


I'm sorry the news wasn't better for Sandy. I know how you feel. I was
also told last autumn all I could do for Frank was give him palliative
care. Many purrs that your time with Sandy will not be that short, and
that she will be happy and eating and feeling good for a long time yet.

--
Marina, Miranda and Caliban. In loving memory of Frank and Nikki.
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Old March 26th 06, 10:21 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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JBHajos wrote:
Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.

Again, thank you for your concern.

Jeanne

Huggs and purrs for you all.

--
Sam, closely supervised by Mistletoe
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Old March 27th 06, 03:52 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"JBHajos" wrote in message
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Thank you all for your purrs and good wishes for our Sandy-dog. We
brought her home Thursday after six days in the hospital. As feared,
she *is* near the end of her road. Her kidney function is at 20-30%;
the vets worked hard to turn her around but nothing can be done now
except "paliative therapy". She is eating again, taking Pepcid for
the excess stomach acid, even COQ10, and is *SOOOO* happy to be home.

She'll have Sub-Q's as needed and made as comfortable as possible.
And she'll let us know when it's time.


Poor baby
I'm very sorry, Jeanne.


 




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