It was indeed quick

I was going to call the visiting vet in the morning, but he just slipped away.
I'd made him a bed beside me on the couch.
I'd just been patting him and talking, then he was gone.
This morning he was trying to go outside.
Such a guy.

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21 responses to this post.

  1. that's the way to go.Bye Motley.

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  2. Always was a very gentle boy with us.Now I'm back to concentrating on geriatric care for Silmi Cat, and worrying over the continued existence of Boe's jaw lump.Oh, and the failure of my sore wrist to get over it already.For no rational reason at all, I expect all of these to clear up when it finally becomes spring.

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  3. I'm glad he got to leave the world in such a loving way.

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  4. ((big hugs))Glad it was peaceful and quick, glad you were with him.

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  5. ((((((hugs))))) sorry for your loss

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  6. Bye sweet kitty.

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  7. Awww I'm sorry for your loss, what a pretty kitty.

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  8. I would like to emphasize what Little Odd Me said.

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  9. He left in the aembrace of love.
    We should all be so lucky at our time.
    Condolences, Lauo.

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  10. It's nice that he went on his own at home. We had a kitty who declined very fast; we ended up taking her to the vet, but it was probably unnecessary.

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  11. So sorry for the loss of your friend….he was lucky to have you.

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  12. my condolences – Motley will be head of the Rainbow Bridge welcoming committee in no time at all. a caring soul he was….I can't believe Boe kitty is still suffering with that jaw lump.

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  13. I'm sure the first he did was give the Bridge a good spray.And Boe.Definitely not suffering.He's just fine, but lumpy.Need to find out whether this means he is still having some kind of infection, or whether this is the equivalent of a scar – a thickening of the bone that is permanent.Am thinking for various reasons that current vets are sorta sucky – need to research new vet and consult.

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  14. in that case, the Bridge surely needed one.if Boe is not in pain and the bone thickening doesn't keep him from eating, it may just be one of those mysterious tuxie things. it'd be nice if whatever "it" is would stop growing and just become part of Boe's tuxitude.but a 2nd or 3rd opinion may be in order.

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  15. Sorry to hear it, but glad it was swift.

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  16. Bye, Motley. Leave the birds alone. And don't forget to share.(((((lauo))))

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  17. I am so sorry….

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  18. ((((((HUGS))))))

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  19. Awww. I’m glad it was so quick *hug*

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  20. Aw. I do not know what to say except, he did not suffer too much.

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