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" pipe the new fish"
brown is home and does indeed have hyperthyroid that has caused heart problems but the damage done is not as extensive as with persia. getting meds in her is going to be a treat...the doctor had to give her a sedative to get the meds in her.

so she seems her old self. i just can't withstand another kitty funeral so soon.

the torties finailly came out and sat imperiously on 'their' bed. they remained out when i came in the room and even played with me for a bit.alice came in to, to borrow a phrase from ' reform school girls' ," pipe the new fish", sniffed their litter box, demanded one of their treats and then screamed at me and marched out of the room.

it's good they came out for me so soon. theyre back on their lofty tower of tortie priveledge this afternoon but i think they'll be fine and ready to accept visitors soon.

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I cannot wait to meet the two ladies and I am happy to hear that Brown is more herself. Any way you can get her meds compounded into something she will not absolutely despise or cause you to lose a limb?

they gave me tablets to take home but i'll probably get the liquid like i had for persia.it comes in flavors like tuna and beef.cats have a way of hiding the pills in their mouths and spitting them out in your face.

brown's prognosis is much better than persia's-she'll just have to be on medication for the rest of her life.she was so happy to be home- she danced around the kitchen trilling.sylvia was very bummed out when brown disappeared- she's slept on my shoulder every night since.persia's death was very hard on them so this incident really upset them all.what can you do-theyre all like 90 year olds.everyone's health starts deteriorating at that age...

as for me i better start looking for that teflon body armour...

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