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Old May 22nd, 2008, 07:05 PM
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Oh kashtin's kin! I am not as fluent with the English language as you are so let me just say Ewwwwwwwww with the pony! I feel for you. My messes have been plentiful but at least they have been small amounts at a time!

Momma kitty has the scoots again. I think she is getting food now on a regular basis and it is too much for her belly. She was used to just getting hard food before because she was the straggler of the bunch. By the time she got to the food station the canned was always gone. I am putting hers down to that.

Tiny Tim is the only other one who still is sick. I am going to take a sample of his goo (isn't poo, it's too runny) in to the vet tomorrow and have it checked. Maybe it will show something. I think it's because he is just so very small. I worry about him I guess.

As far as the scratches go...... I know all about them. Evidently the kitties don't like having a syringe shoved in their mouth. I have scratches on my hand from one, my other hand from the momma, and my arm from another. I can soon play connect the dots with the scars.
Isn't it grand?

Thanks for the vote of confidence. It means a lot. We have to get together over that support group soon. I am still thinking a lot about that.
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 02:07 AM
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Tiny Tim is the only other one who still is sick. I am going to take a sample of his goo (isn't poo, it's too runny) in to the vet tomorrow and have it checked. Maybe it will show something. I think it's because he is just so very small. I worry about him I guess.
I'm sure you are but make sure this little one gets more than the usual amount of water/pedialyte to replenish what he's losing, poor little guy it's tough being tiny and sick
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 05:46 AM
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He does. If I don't think he is getting enough I syringe a little into him.
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