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Old April 5th, 2012, 12:38 PM
stanpaxson stanpaxson is offline
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Thank you so much for the fast response. My vet has been very helpful and even called the specialist to discuss the case in detail. In the end the specialist is hopeful that they can eventually dissolve the clot but said that he anticipates that the reperfusion would be difficult and even after that he believes that my cat would only have a 10% chance of having minimally functional limbs and thus a functional/happy life afterwards.

Due to this diagnosis I am going in at 2:30 today to be with him when they euthenize him. I know it will be hard but it's not for me it's for him, I want him to see my face last before he passes.

Thank you once again for your fast response, very helpful link and sincerity. I can honestly say that it is one of the things that has provided comfort to me at this time.

Thank you!
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