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Linda Napoleon
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posted 02-01-2003 12:12 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I'm afraid no one in my family likes my old cat. She smells terribly and dribbles all the time from her mouth, She doesn't eat anymore just drinks milk or water, and she is extremely thin. She doesn't seem to be suffering, but everyone around me says I should put her down. She came to us as an adult so we don't know how old she is. But she has been here for ten years. Could you suggest what to do?

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woofdoggy
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posted 02-02-2003 11:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for woofdoggy     Edit/Delete Message
Only a vet can advise you what to do. If she's not eating, she is ill.She could be suffering too. Take her to the vet, and they will give you the options. Meantime, give your poor old cat lots of love, as I'm sure you are doing.

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woofdoggy
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posted 02-03-2003 12:00 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for woofdoggy     Edit/Delete Message
Only a vet can advise you what to do. If she's not eating, she is ill.She could be suffering too. Take her to the vet, and they will give you the options. Meantime, give your poor old cat lots of love, as I'm sure you are doing.

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big dog owner
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posted 02-03-2003 07:15 AM           Edit/Delete Message
Take your cat to the vet, it may just be a bad tooth. It is better to know for sure than guess. My cat passed away last week at 16 yrs old but skin cancer was her problem. I miss her greatly, we had been through alot together, but now she isn't suffering anymore.

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sabrinasmother
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posted 02-05-2003 03:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for sabrinasmother     Edit/Delete Message
It's about the quality of her life. Definitely see a vet. If she is suffering, you may have to make the tough decisions. I hope that's not the case, but if it is, give her lots of love and make her last days as comfortable as they can be. Good luck to you.

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