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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

I keep coming here thinking I am going to write something great and apt and everyone will like it and then my mind totally goes blank usually. I am just glad its Wednesday - we are still trying to decide what to do with Sam as he is not well and has had a lot of trouble with his back legs and sometimes he drools. I keep wondering if he had a stroke if that's possible- can cats have strokes? Poor bugger I don't want to see him suffer but then I can't bear the thought of losing him heedlessly.

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ATTACKFATCAT 9/27/2012 2:43PM

    I've had to make hard decisions with 4 cats in the's tough when you know they aren't well but you don't want to do it too soon. Cats are good at hiding how much pain they are in. I would definitely suggest taking him to a vet if you can to see what's going on and what your options are. I've had drooly cats, including ones who just started up, so that may not be a big issue. Depending on what you mean by trouble with his back legs, though, I would definitely get him checked out by a vet. Good luck...I know that is such a hard thing to deal with. emoticon

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/26/2012 10:23PM

    They can have strokes. Have you taken him to a vet? I hope that Same will be all right. emoticon

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