09 June 2013

It's both benign and malignant!

Thank you all who sent get well wishes, purrayers and love.

Kenggy's lump of growth has both benign and malignant cells.

She is recovering extremely well and is active. Scabs has formed where the incision was and is falling off.

After joining her roommates a few days ago, EJ noticed Kenggy always slept curled up and never stretched out like she always did. EJ figured that perhaps Kenggy is afraid that her roommates may accidently paw her sensitive bald belly.

So EJ put her back to her private unit and look what she did immediately. She stretched and wriggled much to the awe of surprised Winnie.

Since Kenggy is not exactly 'out of the woods', for now she joins her roommates in the meowyard for breakfast and the rest of the day. She has her dinner and spends the night in her private unit.

37 comments:

The Furries of Whisppy said...

We had to go back to find out what happened to Kenggy. We'll add her to our purrayer list for a full recovery.

wenn said...

great that she's fine..

Gattina said...

That's probably the best for her, she still needs rest ! Sleeping like that stretched out, is a very good sign !

Avalon Cat Cartoons said...

Oh no, poor baby.

Old Kitty said...

Awwww sweet Kenggy! We continue to send you a gazillion purrs and hugs! You are so adorable all stretched out! Take care
x

The Florida Furkids said...

We're sending healing purrs and prayers to Kenggy. We hope she's feeling better soon.

The Florida Furkids

Claire Bertolini said...

It's good news that Kenggy is back home, and we're glad to see her sleeping stretched out like she do. We continue to send her healing purrs. Loupi and Zorro

Fuzzy Tales said...

Kenggy, we're continuing to send purrs and purrayers. What happens now, since there are malignant cells?

Everycat said...

Sending you lots of rumbly purrs Kenggy. We hope you heal up quickly and can stretch out in company soon!

Gerry& Mungo

The Paw Relations said...

We're keeping Kenggy in our thoughts and purrs.

Marg said...

Oh Kenggy, we sure do send you lots of purrs. At least the news isn't all bad. We sure hope you keep on feeling well. And we are especially glad you have such a good Mom that takes such good care of you.

Katie Isabella said...

Darling sweet girl, keep getting better and better and better. I have remembered you though I haven't been posting overly much. Love and snuggles to you. xxxooo

Brian said...

We are all still sending tons of purrs to you sweet Kenggy.

cats of wildcat woods said...

We are all purring for her - I hope they got the lumps all out and she recovers fine. Thank you for taking such good care of your kitties!

The Island Cats said...

That is good news! But we continue to purr for Kenggy and hope she feels better soon.

ABBY said...

We were trying to understand what that meant as far as treatment going forward? We will keep sweet Kenggy in our deepest purrs.

Caren Gittleman said...

we are wondering the same thing as Abby. Sending Kenggy healing purrs and love
xoxoxo

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Thinking of you Kenggy and wishing only lots of healing vibes for you. Also sending lots of love to EJ, the cat tribe and you, 'Chair', for keeping us up to date. Hugs, YAM-aunty xxx

www.grandmasmad3ringcircus.com said...

We are so glad you're feeling better!
Take it slow and easy for now,
we'll continue to send our love your way!

magiceye said...

Wish you a speedy recovery Kenggy

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, so smart of Kenggy to sleep curled up to protect her surgery. Spending the day with the others and sleeping alone at night sounds like a good idea, though, EJ.
I'm so glad the tumor was found and removed before the malignant cells overtook the benign ones. Doesn't take long to go from bad to worse.
Having so much love coming at her from around the world has surely helped dear Kenggy. Love conquers all, they say, but cancer cells don't seem to know that.
Love from Kay and Lindy

Maggies Corner said...

Oh, sweet Kenggy enjoy your private place sweetie while you heal. We are praying for you a full recovery with no more issues. You look great and that incision will be all healed in no time...we just know it will. Hugs and nose kisses

Hannah and Lucy said...

Purrs galore are coming your way Kenggy.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Ginger Jasper said...

Bless you sweety. You have my purrs.. Hugs GJ x

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Sometimes stretching out just feels so good! Glad Kenggy is doing okay and continues to do so.

Tillie and Georgia said...

We are glad Kenggy has her own special snoozy spot! She is such a sweet kitty and we will keep purring for her.
Right now, it is nice to see her happy :)
Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
Treasure,Tiger,JJ and Julie

michico*Adan said...

Sending our best purrs, too!!!

Linens and Royals said...

What a lucky cat you are Kenggy to be so well nursed back to health.

Catherine said...

Banjo and I send many purrs and hugs!
xo Catherine

The Lee County Clowder said...

Purrrrrayers to Kenggy. Hang in there, kittie.

meowmeowmans said...

So there are benign AND malignant cells? We will keep purring and praying for our dear friend Kenggy! Hugs to you all.

Spunky Doodle said...

That sounds like a very good way to handle it and it is good you are so observant of her behavior.

Annie Bear said...

Kenggy, EJ takes such good care of you. You have your friends during the day and your private suite at night. I hope this news means you don't have cancer. Hugs to you!

Boo-Bah AKA Iris said...

Hi Kenggy, We hope you are recovering nicely! You are one special girl!

Kwee Cats and Life said...

Yippee! This is great news! We are so glad. And, stretching and wiggling are always most excellent signs of improvement and happy.

Sharon Wagner said...

That could be my Hana from the back. I just love calicos.

Kat said...

I do hope Kenggy will get better soon and that he really is out of the woods! Glad to see him stretching again!