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achamberlain

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When I got up this morning, I saw Houdini (my other cat) lying right beside Cowpie. Usually they are both all over me to give them their wet food in the mornings.  Then I noticed Cowpie wasn't breathing right. Got dressed right away and took him to the after hours vet in town. They x-rayed him and saw their was a fluid buildup. They faxed his results to my vet. I took Cowpie down there.  An ultrasound was done. Cowpie was given more of (I can't remember the name of it) to help his breathing.  It was his 3rd shot of it. It helped but not that much,  My vet's put some food and water in front of Cowpie. Cowpie wasn't interested. Then came the talk.  It was a very hard decision but I wasn't going to see Cowpie suffer. I said goodbye to him as he went over to the rainbow bridge.   We adopted Cowpie and
Houdini 2 years ago - a pair of 7 year old males.  A bonded pair- took one- you took the other.   A great pair of cats.    When I came home, Houdini knew what had happened. He keeps looking around for Cowpie.  But we will all help each other get through this.  Will always miss my Cowpie.


SpookyWolfe

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I’m so sorry your post was missed. I’m so sorry for your loss and that you had to make the “decision.” It’s so awful to go through that, but know that you did the right thing. I hope you and Houdini are ok.
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