April 12th 2016 2:06 pm
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Well I'm now furless across the belly again. MOL you should see me, I'm quiet a sight.
Now the ultrasound. Hummmmmm don't want to say any bad news and nothing is definite since no biopsy have been done yet.
I'm feeling and looking great. But I do have a question for my furry friends.
Does anyone have much experience with Chemo, did it work? for how long? where there any side affects? I know a few have gone through it, and was just wandering?
It's amazing how well I'm doing, since I was on death door last year. What a change!!!!!
I look great and I absolutely love to run around the place following the human when she goes to check on the chickens then beat her home.
I'm still the lovable kitty I've always been even with all the poking and prodding I've had over the years.
You wouldn't believe it but I'm still well known at the specialist vet clinic. My previous vet there, met us at the car even carried me in so she could have a pat with me before my ultrasound.
Aren't I a special boy. :) *big grin*
My human went up the road to the local shops while she waited for me. I was fast. She had the call in a in a couple of hours that I was ready to go home.
MOL I was so good I didn't need any sedation I just lapped up all the attention. I did what I was told and they all loved me.
Still don't know exactly were we go from here. We've booked in to have another blood test in a months time. To see if there are any changes and to see if the Calcium levels have come down in my blood,If not I'll have some biopsy done as there are a few areas of concern. It's all a waiting game.
But I'm happy and loving life purrs Mr D. All is good.
April 5th 2016 7:54 pm
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Life is good and we are still enjoying a very warm Autumn here.
The human thought I should put this in my diary so we have a record of how I'm going.
I look great still licking the fur off my tummy. The human thought it was a good time to do bloods just to make sure my kidneys were still operating. She wishes there was a magic ball that we knew what to do, but like life is.... it's all trial and error. What foods to feed etc etc.
Anyway the bloods came back with something that needs more investigating. So we have moved the ultrasound up to next week. Paws crossed all is well. There are a few areas that need checking. Why is there calcium in the blood? is that why the stones are forming? There are a few things that can cause it. So they will be looked into.
But other than that I'm happy and love all the attention I'm getting. Everyone seems to love me and it's funny even after a year the specialist clinic still remember me well. MOL I must leave an everlasting impression on people.
Oh well, purrs for now I hope everyone is good. We are all good and happy here, enjoying the lovely weather.
February 12th 2016 4:33 pm
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I only can laugh at my sister. She's mad I tell ya. Why??? tell me why???? is the grass greener on the other side of the fence?
My sister Sam seems to think she is human or wishes she is. *shakes head*
She copies what the human does.
Human likes coffee, so Sam has to finish off her morning coffee.
Didn't anyone tell her coffee is BAD for kitty's.
but nah she ain't listening.
The last straw was the other day when I noticed Sam is now coping the human in her mannerism too.
WEIRD I tell ya.
The human has a bad habit of of saying phhff, every now and then when she had enough or doesn't like something.
Well SAM is now doing that too. She will run onto the bed and say it. Or walk into a room and do it.
It is so funny to see. Someone please tell her she is cat, and cats are better than humans.
Do cats in your house do that too?
I'll post this in the forums if anyone wants to comment.
the forum link
I can't be the only one with a strange sister.
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