June 19th 2013 8:41 am
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I got my stitches out yesterday! YAY! Now my mommy and daddy can pick me up and love me, just like they always do. :)
I also received some great news! In my past two surgeries, the tissue samples (tumors) have been sent off for testing, they always came back as poorly-differentiated adenocarcinoma. This time around, one came back as inflamed fatty tissue and the other came back as WELL-differentiated adenocarcinoma! That is really big news for me!
The doctor told me they got really great margins this time and they would honestly be surprised if I had anything funny growing back any time soon. Mommy is dedicated to giving me lots of belly rubs to make sure she's on top of things. She's so good at catching this funky stuff!
I'm truly a miracle and the doctors are baffled by me. I'm so glad to be able to boggle the minds of everyone around me!
People have raised 400$ so far towards the cost of my care and we are all SO grateful! Because everyone believes in me, I have been able to get the care that I need and I am still here and still fighting the good fight against the big C.
Please feel free to pass around my GoFundMe link to help out my family that loves me so much! They have maxed out their credit cards in the past year to pay for my surgeries and care and they are now struggling because of it.
Thank you so much for all of your love and support!
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Pawsome news, Avail! We'll continue to purr that you get back to feeling 100% very soon! Take care, and keep on eating! You're a survivor!
YAY Avail! We are so happy for you! The Krew and I send all of our love!
Great news! Sending lotsa purrs!
oh Avail, I am so glad to hear this! You are a fighter! Momma says that us little black kitties seem to fight harder. Maybe cause we get such a bad rap as black kitties. But we prove time & again that black kitties is awesome kitties! Now you rest & work on getting more belly rubs! purrs, your friend, Felix & the rest of our quartet.
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