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Jingles for Mukluk Please.

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  • Jingles for Mukluk Please.

    My cat Mukluk has chronic renal failure. She was doing better but is now underweight. I am hoping that subcutaneous fluids, treats, and extra lovin' may help her rebound. Please send your positive "get well Mukluk" vibes to little Mukluk. I think she is the best cat in the entire world. We appreciate your support!!!

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    Jingles for Mukluk! I hope your kitty gets feeling better!
    "Reason is, and ought to be, the slave of passions." David Hume

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      Prayers and jingles for Mukluk.
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        #4
        Thank you so much. I am hoping so much that Mukluk will pull through. She is a very sweet girl! We appreciate all of your kind thoughts/prayers/jingles!

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          Sending Jingles to Mukluk!!

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            Jingles for Muk. Hope she'll be like my sister's cat who lived many years on a similar regimen.
            Ring the bells that still can ring
            Forget your perfect offering
            There is a crack in everything
            That's how the light gets in.

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              sending jingles your way

              [[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[hugs]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]
              Another killer of threads

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              • #8
                *jingles* for kitty and ((hugs)) for you.

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                  #9
                  Thanks everyone. She is about to get her 3rd subcutaneous liquid session (2 per day). She gladly ate 1/3 can of tuna today. She is such a sweet girl. We go back to the vet on Wednesday for blood work- at which point we can see how far off of normal she is. In the past we had blood work done and she did improve over time. I hope she can pull through and be with me longer (so long as she is comfortable). We very much appreciate everyone's support and jingles!!!

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                    Here are some Florida jingles!
                    There are friends and faces that may be forgotten, but there are horses that never will be. - Andy Adams

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                      Update. Meanwhile turns out she also had an abscess. I had to take her to the vet this am and couldn't pick her up until after work. I felt so bad leaving her at the vet's all day. The vet took care of the abscess and she will be on antibiotics for a week. Also did the blood work and should have results tomorrow. I stopped at Trader Joes and bought a chicken to roast for her- she isn't much into eating normal cat food but she might be interested in some chicken. I told her she is the best cat in the whole world because I really think she is. Hope she will pull through but if it is time to go then it's time to go.

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