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      Tuesday, December 06, 2016

07:00 AM - 12/06/2016

The topic: Saying goodbye to Bernie this morning


She was doing so well yesterday, then last night, she wouldn't eat anything. In the pokey, she peed on the pee pad that was under her.

I let her out this morning, blocking all of the cat doors, other cats would get over it. At one point, she got on the bed.

Then at four, I got up and she was no longer on the bed. I couldn't find her. I even checked the off chance she'd gone outside (she hadn't). But when I turned around, there she was on the loveseat, fast asleep (but she had not been there shortly before, there was a teeshirt I'd thrown on there when I was putting on a long sleeved shirt to look for her outside and she wasn't there when I did that).

I gave her 30cc of heated up A/D and 30cc of fluids. And I laid with her. She decided she didn't like that and moved to the sofa, where she was when we got up this morning.

She's tired. She's done. We had a good day with her, but she's telling us that was it. No mas.

The vet opens at eight this morning. I don't know what time a vet will be there. I hope early enough that we can take her in and I can make my doctor's appointment at 9:30 (routine mammogram).

I'm so freaking tired right now. Worn out. Weary.

Please let this year from hell be over soon.

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