December 1st 2009 4:25 am
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I have been fighting cancer for about 6 weeks now and I am running out of fight. I have been getting my pills and I saw the oncologist again too. The tumor is no longer shrinking and I am feeling sicker. I don't want to eat. I kinda act like I do then I just lick the top of the food an walk away. Mum is trying all of my favorites. She tried the trick of putting food in my mouth, that would get me to eat a few bites a few days ago. Now I just let it dribble out. I won't even eat tuna or fresh turkey. The Dr. said he didn't think appetite stimulants would work too well cuz the tumor makes me feel sick. I don't want another pill! Geesh, I get enough. I just want to hide. Mum found me in a corner of the cold basement on the concrete floor yesterday. She tries to cuddle me and sometimes I let her for a little bit. I am so tired and out of fight. Sorry for the bad news but that is how I feel.
Misha, that makes me so sad....I wish I could help in some way. Know that me and Momma purr constantly fur you and your Mum. You are in our thoughts 24/7 and strongly meshed without our hearts! I love you, dear boykit furriend...so much that it hurts to hear that you are so miserable. I know your Mum is so sad and feels so helpless...my Momma is sending all the strength she can to her and I'm sending mine to you!
Misha I am so sad to hear this. I will continue to purr for you mate and try to pass on my strength.
Misha, I'm so sorry you feel tired and out of fight... even we angels can't make your tumor go away... but I'm sprinkling angel dust on you to give you comfort... and on your mum to give her strength and wisdom and comfort...
*gently sprinkles angel dust on Misha and Mum*
Aww Misha. I'm so sorry you have to go through this. The first 2-3 months after you start chemo are the hardest. I think for a while you feel even worse on treatment than you felt before you started. That was certainly the case with me. All I can say is hang in there big boy. Hopefully the corner you need to turn is right up ahead of you and you'll have some better days soon. I am purring my hardest for you and sending you all the positive energy and strength that I can. Take care.
You have fought the good fight Misha my furriend. I am sorry the battle is wearing you down. My heart goes out to your mommy who loves you so. I know how she must be hurting. We'd all give anything if it could make you get better but we are helpless to do anything but send you our love. I hope it is some comfort.
purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrring fur you grasshopper.
Edgar & Emily Felicity
Oh Misha, reading your diary is breaking our hearts. We are purring you can keep fighting and not feel so tired. We want you healthy, but we want you happy too. We are purring you can make it thru this. We are sending you lots of purrs and positive thoughts.
*Wilson hugs Misha as tight as he can .... Wilson's mom hugs Misha's mom... as tight as she can
Poor Misha! You know you will always be loved, no matter what.