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A Lutheran seminarian eagerly awaiting the return of Our Lord. Soli Deo Gloria!

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Cat Cammando

The cat we found was actually about a year or so old according to dental characteristics. This is troubling because I would be willing to bet she wasn't even six pounds, and she looked the size of a kitten.

Good news: 1. She didn't have upper respitory disease.
2. We have adopted her and she was supposed to be spayed tonight. We have an appointment with the vet tomorrow when we pick her up.

Bad news: 1. Her eye could be either trauma (preferrable) and might very well have to come out. However, she could also have feline leukemia, which will lead in a very quick death.
2. A lump was on her mammary area, indicating a potential tumor. If the tumor is in the mammary gland, is malignant, and is far along, it will be fatal.

Please keep us in your prayers. When we saw her yesterday, she was quite composed and spent much of the time in my arms rubbing my neck and face and laying down as if to sleep, then kneading my shoulder and rolling around sniffing things.


Blogger Barb the Evil Genius said...

Sounds like she is happy with you. Hope and pray all goes well.

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