Tanya, 19 next year, is a geriatric cat.
Two weeks ago, our human noticed Tanya was straining to urine constantly. Her urine had blood stains. So off she went to visit her vet who commented that Tanya's heart is beating strong, subtly hinting that Tanya will have many good years to come.
Forcing medication down two sick cats twice a day (Pebble included) and cleaning after them is making our human very busy and a little tired physically.
Our human does not mind, in fact feeling rather happy, as Tanya is recovering with no bloody urine or straining; and Pebble's condition did not worsen (still wearing diaper pants as she can't walk and totally blind).
It is good to hear that Tanya is feeling better.
We purr that Pebbles and Tanya continue to do well.
They are lucky they have you to care for them :)
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ
Purring that both kitties get to feeling better!
What a good the kitties have in that house. It is hard trying to treat lots of cats. Glad Tonya is feeling a little better. 19 is getting up there. Comes from all that good care that she gets. Have a great day.
Poor Tanya. We're glad she's feeling better...we're purring for her.
That sure is good news that Tanya is doing better now!
So glad to hear both sweet kitties are doing better-they are so lucky to have you loving them and taking such good care of them...Blessings to you all, dear EJ and your furry babies...xoxo...J, Calle, Halle, Sukki, Mommy Cat, Daddy Cat
Your human is surely a wonderwoman! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx
It is so good to hear that Tanya is doing better and Pebble hasn't worsen! Yes, taking care of geriatric kitties can be a lot of work. Your human takes such good care of all of you!
so glad to hear she is doing better, you are blessed to have her so long
I am praying for them both.
It's so hard when one of our furries is not feeling up to par. Glad Tanya is getting better and Pebble is still with you.
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