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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Lost in grief and consumed with guilt...
~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Tue Aug 19, '14 12:01am PST 
There are no words to make you feel better - only time will heal your heart and soul.
Sending you healing thoughts, love, and hopes that you feel better soon.
Huggs and Purrs.
Purrcy (now an ANGEL) and his Mumma
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Cat Health > Kitty may have cancer-very scared
~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Wed Jun 4, '14 7:03pm PST 
Thank you for the update. Yes, cherish the time you have - how often do we forget that!
Am thinking of you and Mindy - please do let us know how she is and what treatment she may receive.
And yes - keep your faith intact. No matter what you and Mindy will be reunited someday. And don't forget that Mindy will be watching over you - she will send another kitty to love and cherish you when you are ready for that - I know that sounds trite, but it does happen. Purrcy sent me two beautiful boys for me to love (and to love me) several months after he passed on.
I think he sent two because one kitten could never have filled my heart and his mighty paws.
Many hugs
Purrcy and his mumma
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Behavior & Training > Aggressive and possibly Overprotective

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Wed Jun 4, '14 6:27pm PST 
Okay...So who is really in charger here? Daniel? or his mama?
I really think you need to separate these cats and do a reintroduction and Daniel is the one that needs to be isolated some how and some way.
Solomon is described as "weak" and "hurt". Daniel sounds like a bully - so who do you protect? Solomon! Who needs to be bolstered up and have his self esteem boosted? Not Daniel!
I'm assuming that both of these boys are neutered. If not...well get it done right away.
Some cats are timid but that doesn't mean that an alpha cat should be allowed to hurt them. The alpha/aggressor needs to learn that his/her behavior IS NOT acceptable. And that means that YOU have to intercede and make it right.
Getting yourself scratched up is NOT acceptable. You need to separate these boys and begin a new regimen...where you are the alpha cat and they are NOT.
I agree with your vet - drugs will not change the behavior - and it is not RIGHT to drug any one to make them behave. You need to figure out a way to help these two poor cats to get along or re-home one or the other.
What is happening is not healthy or fair to you, the cats, and the rest of your household.
Sorry this sounds harsh. I wish you the best of luck in resolving this terrible problem.
Many purrs for you and your clowder
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Cat Health > Kitty may have cancer-very scared

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

I AM- MARSHMELLOW CAT!
 
 
Purred: Tue Jun 3, '14 2:07pm PST 
I'm so sorry to hear of the poor prognosis. This is just the hardest thing any cat parent has to go through - and it hurts.
If you think Mindy is still happy with you, then I think she probably is. If you can continue to hand feed her - keep going!
Most cats let you know when it is time for them to leave and cross to the Bridge.
Purrcy let me know but it was still one of the hardest things I ever had to do.
I would not go back to the vet who was rough with her. Continue to talk with your regular vet and see if treatment helps her be more comfortable. It may have to be on a day to day basis.
We as pet parents know at the very beginning of bringing our beloved furchidren into our hearts that chances are we will outlive them. It is our responsibility to keep them as safe and happy as we can.
You will be sad when Mindy leaves you and you will grieve. I know that you feel you can't survive her leaving you, but you will, trust me.
We are here to help you and you can turn to us.
Biggest hugs
Purrcy and his Mumma
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Cat Health > Kitty may have cancer-very scared

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Mon Jun 2, '14 2:45pm PST 
We're so sorry that Mindy is not feeling well - we will keep our paws crossed for you. Please let us know how she is doing!
Best hugs and purrs -
Purrcy and Purrcy's mumma
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Cat Health > Anyone had a cat with neurological issues?
~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Thu May 22, '14 3:16pm PST 
I hope this link will help.
http://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/neurological/c_ct_nystagm us
I have had 2 cats that exhibited neurological symptoms.
Both were Maine Coon cats.
Bumpurr had a stroke around age 16. He circled clockwise and was apathetic foor some time. My vet put him on prednisolone and he eventually responded. Later on he paced incessantly and he was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and put on tapazole.
And still later on I believe he became somewhat senile and continued his pacing. e didn't seem to know where he was. He eventually passed on at age 19.
Purrcy was my next cat. At age 7 he suddenly lost control of his legs on the right side (front and back). My vet said he might have had a transient lesion that caused this problem. Again, we placed him on prednisolone. After a few weeks he was able to walk again, but he was never the same. His personality changed and he became "needy" - had to be held and cuddled for extended periods of time.
My vet said that Purrcy did not suffer a stroke because when cats have a stroke nystagmus is present. Purrcy lived for several more years and had a multitude of health issues.He finally succumbed at age 14.
I don't know if this helps.
I wish you luck in finding an answer to why your cat is sick.
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Kitten Corner > Now that I found the kittens, will the mom move them?

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

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Purred: Mon Apr 21, '14 7:29pm PST 
I really hate that coyotes are such an increasing factor across the whole country - years ago they were indigenous only in the Western states. To speak of kittens as "snack food" for this invasive carnivore makes me sad.
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Grooming > Poop getting in fur

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

I AM- MARSHMELLOW CAT!
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 14, '14 3:37pm PST 
Have you made any recent changes in diet? Do you give your cat dairy products? Have you had your cat tested for intestinal parasites? Any unusual stressors recently?
Any small toys/objects missing? A visit to your vet would not be amiss.
Some folks use organic pureed pumpkin (not pie filling).
Best wishes!
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Cat Health > Seeking some Guidance/Support

~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

I AM- MARSHMELLOW CAT!
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 14, '14 3:13pm PST 
We get the guilt thing. I have never had to re-home a cat but I have thought long and hard about the "what ifs".
My take on your situation - I would let your mom adopt your 2 original cats - they love where your mom lives and have become used to a larger area than you can provide. The bonus is your mom LOVES them!! How wonderful is that? AND she would be willing to keep them, love them, and care for them. You get to visit them and continue to love them as your siblings. Hard to change roles? Yes, but you have to think of what is "best" for them - and you ARE thinking and in reality KNOW what you should do.
It sounds like the "new" kitty is missing YOU. (and you are missing her).
Don't feel guilty - go for the gusto! You have the makings of a great living situation for ALL concerned!
Bless you for being so concerned about the right thing to do and being such a loving catmom!
Hugs and purrs
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > New here and looking for support
~Purrcy ~- Meohmy

I AM- MARSHMELLOW CAT!
 
 
Purred: Sat Apr 12, '14 8:42pm PST 
It is always difficult to lose a loved one. I send my deepest sympathy to you and your family.
It sounds like you did everything right for Austin and he was lucky to have such a loving momcat.
We send you hugs and purrs.
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