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      Friday, April 07, 2006


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02:18 PM - 04/07/2006

The topic: Ciara

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She’s doing so much better! 

She was up and around last night after getting some metacam in the late afternoon.  She climbed up on the desk and she wanted to be held, being as squirmy as she usually is!  This morning, she came into the bedroom and family room and only limped a little.

I watched her sleeping in the chair late this morning and her breathing was much, much better.  I was doing the “one Mississippi, two Mississippi” as I watched her sides and it’s really slowed down.   Now, she looks like the other cats when she’s sleeping.  And she’s closing her eyes when she sleeps, not leaving them half open.

I’ve got all of the webcam pictures being saved and when I was going through them (I have the program I view them with being set to go to the next picture every quarter of a second)  it looked like a little movie and she hardly ever looked completely relaxed.

Today, she was relaxed.  Woohoo!

I called the vet to let them know she’s doing good.



This is FABULOUS news!!! I am so pleased to hear she is doing much better!

Mary

Posted by Mary @ Friday, April 07, 2006 - 2:31:05 PM


I’m so happy for you both!

Posted by Melanee @ Saturday, April 08, 2006 - 10:55:21 AM

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