Skills: Being Hazel Lucy, Testing & Approving Tranquility Blankets and Hats
Arrival Story: Hazel was tossed from a car and left to fend for herself. She was shooed away by others and came to me. She had almost no fur, was starving and so sick the vet wanted to put her down. I used hands on healing to make her well. She has repaid me many times with her gentleness and love.
Bio: Hazel Lucy and BUDDIE were married on September 24th, 2005 in an elaborate wedding that was discussed on 3 television stations around the country! No kidding! Stop by Hazel & Buddie's Wedding Pages for some fun!
Forums Motto: I Love Buddie!
First recipient of the
TINY KRAZY Humanitarian Award
and chosen MISS CAT UNIVERSE 2008 for humanitarian work!
Many of you know Margo RKN, the first Registered Kitty Nurse.
Margo was 10 years old and had a very rough year.
She alerted to her mom's diabetic low blood sugar and saved her life countless times. Margo had no training, just a special bond and began alerting soon after being adopted as a very young cat.
If you are interested in sending a card or something to Margo's mom, please let me know.
From her mom:
MARGO IS GOING TO BE OK!!!!! Thank you, Jesus!
Her numbers are ok. The vet found that her anal glands were impacted and infected. They were cleaned out, she got an enema, pain meds, and antibiotics, and I can pick her up Tomorrow Morning! I am SO excited and relieved! Thank you all so much for your prayers and purrs!
She will be on antibiotics for a while, then will need laxatone added to her diet. I have questions, but everything will be ok! i am SO relieved!
The anal glands are the culprit this time. I'm crying again, for joy!
From Margo RKN's mom today:
"I have some very bad news about Margo. I took her to the vet this afternoon. He thinks that she is in severe kidney failure. She is very, very sick.
He kept her and will give her some fluids, and run a blood panel. She is also impacted in her bowel. If her numbers are bad, she will need to be put to sleep. If he thinks she can have a decent life, he will give her a warm water enema, and she will need to be on laxatives and KD for the rest of her life.......She is in some pain.
To say the least, I am heartbroken. I can't imagine my life without my Little One. The vet will call me later this evening, and whatever happens, I will go get her tomorrow morning. I plan on being with her if she needs to be put to sleep.
Please, if I have to lose her, I do NOT want pictures of her with halos, wings, or anything about the 'rainbow bridge'. Her chances are slim, but there is still a chance."