sheri7177 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 08:36:12 CDT 2017
Oh Bob, my heart just hurts for you today. Poor Jelly, it is so hard to
watch them struggle. You are both in my thoughts constantly today, I can
only hope that the buprenorphine is easing his pain somewhat. I completely
understand that you'd rather have him pass at home. These poor animals have
spent so much time in clinics that it seems cruel that they would have to
end their lives there as well.
I wish there were words that could help at this point. Just know that you
are not alone in this and you have given Jelly a beautiful life. Sending
hugs from Ohio, I'm so very sorry this is happening.
On Mon, Apr 10, 2017, 2:52 AM ROBERT CHAPEL <bchapel at optonline.net> wrote:
> I don't think I need to tell you that I REALLY feel for your
> struggle.... I love that you have made a little place for mo where he
> can look out onto the outside world , feel the sun and look at the other
> little creatures ( that he would likely kill and eat if he had the
> chance....lets be real : ) but.... I still LOVE to see them show
> interest in the world around them... it helps us to "stay the
> course"..... I have NO idea if our little charges have any
> appreciation of what we do for them or even if it makes a difference
> that make a comfortable safe sunny area for them at our homes... I need
> to do it for ME... I can't stand the idea of any creature dying unloved
> and unattended even IF they themselves don't even know it TO be so...
> Right this minute I have Jelly on two syringes of Buphenorphine and am
> hoping that he dies at home so that I don't have to take him someplace
> unfamiliar in order to save him from further discomfort.... Tonight he
> began mouth breathing and meowing pathetically after I moved him and it
> is clear that he is very uncomfortable... He's unstable on his
> feet...eating and drinking and using the litter box not at all and
> unless he perks up substantially I'm going to try to help him out of
> this world tomorrow...... I HATE having to make this decision but... for
> these last 12 hours he has been a cat without ANY quality of life and
> the show of discomfort just makes it impossible for me to overlook it
> and hope for the best any longer...... Hoping for a miracle in the
> later morning...
> Keep at it with little mo.... perhaps you will have better fortune....
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