Charlie
3/2017 Charlie came to us from a hoarding situation.  He was cat number 56 out of 64.   12 of the cats tested positive for leukemia positive.  All in all he is in decent shape, has worms, an upper respiratory infection  and some other issues but nothing that can not be addressed and fixed.  He is very very friendly.  He will go into his room after he clears medically.
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5/08/2017  This is such a sad and unexpected thing to have to write. Charlie started showing us symptoms yesterday that had us seriously concerned that like his sister Carley, he was developing FIP.  We gave him lots of loving this morning and a few more hours to enjoy sitting in the sun on his catio before we took him to vet to see if we sadly were correct.  The vet found his abdomen full of fluid  which is strongly indicative of FIP or lymphoma. Neither are fixable for a little cat who is leukemia positive. The vet and I felt it was time to let him go. We were lucky to have had 2 months of good time with him.  We will remember him for the fun and friendly fellow he was.  He purred in my arms to the end.
3/2017 Charlie came to us from a hoarding situation.  He was cat number 56 out of 64.   12 of the cats tested positive for leukemia positive.  All in all he is in decent shape, has worms, an upper respiratory infection  and some other issues but nothing that can not be addressed and fixed.  He is very very friendly.  He will go into his room after he clears medically.
Charlie
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Sponsored by Tony - Thank you! Sponsored by Tina - Thank you! Sponsored by Felicity - Thank you! Sponsored by Margaret - Thank you! Sponsored by Barbra - Thank you! Sponsored by Diana - Thank you! Sponsored by Fay - Thank you! Sponsored by Mary - Thank you! Sponsored by Maril - Thank you!
5/08/2017  This is such a sad and unexpected thing to have to write. Charlie started showing us symptoms yesterday that had us seriously concerned that like his sister Carley, he was developing FIP.  We gave him lots of loving this morning and a few more hours to enjoy sitting in the sun on his catio before we took him to vet to see if we sadly were correct.  The vet found his abdomen full of fluid  which is strongly indicative of FIP or lymphoma. Neither are fixable for a little cat who is leukemia positive. The vet and I felt it was time to let him go. We were lucky to have had 2 months of good time with him.  We will remember him for the fun and friendly fellow he was.  He purred in my arms to the end.