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theworstcatmom

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I lost both of my cats to cytox within days of each other and I feel like I'm the worst cat mom and it's my fault. 

I thought I did everything right. I took them to the vet regularly, I made sure they had flea and tick medication, I kept them inside as much as you can keep two kitties who were outdoor kitties when they were rescued inside...

These are not the first cats I've lost to cytox, and once again--I feel like I'm just the worst cat mom and I should stop having cats because apparently living with me is a death sentence for cats. 

I keep thinking "If I had noticed sooner..." even though there isn't really much you can do for a cat when they get cytox. 

I miss my kitties and would do just about anything to have one more day with them. 
KatKat

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I'm so sorry about your kitties.  Sounds like you were doing everything you could.  It's understandable that you are grieving, our pets become such an integral part of our lives.  It's not your fault.  I know these words may not mean a lot right now but I hope in time you are able to accept them as true.  What a beautiful thing you did to bring these 2 kitties into your home and love them.  You are not the worst cat mom, you were doing everything you could to protect them.  Sending you a hug.  Please keep reaching out on this forum,  it is helpful.
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