Thursday, July 1, 2010

Sadness alert

ollie...."The biped musta won a lottery."

smudge...."Why do you say that?"

ollie...."All the bills have disappeared from the top of her desk."

smudge...."Uh, I don't think she won the lottery. You don't cuss and cry when you win a lottery do you?

ollie..."I don't think so. "



ollie...."All I know is I've never seen her desk this clean before. I can even see my reflection."



Sadness alert....

biped...."As you know, we've been having liter box issues with sheesh for the last month. We've tried everything including bringing a liter box into the bedroom just for her. We got her to stop for about a week, but over the weekend she started again. Today with me sitting at the computer, she got up from her bed on the corner of the desk, walked over three steps and peed all over the back of the computer and the papers on the desk. It was with a sad heart that I took her to the vet.

26 comments:

Daisy said...

Oh no, I am so sorry about Sheesh. Soft purrs to you.

Brian said...

Oh I hope the problem can be corrected, something is causing it.

Kea said...

I'm not sure if you mean you took to the vet to have her pts or she's at the vet for tests. Fingers crossed it's the latter, but I suspect the former.

Either way, lots of purrs and Light to you all.

Fin said...

Hope she is okay!

Furkidsmom said...

We know a lot of kitties respond well to drugs. Gandalf and Grayson had some problems with spraying too. We think they used diffusers and calming collars. We hope you can find a solution.

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

Ozark Mountain Cats said...

We had Sheesh put down. When the vet checked her out he found that she had cancer. He didn't think that was causing the problem, but it did help make the decision to put her down a bit easier. Both her and heesh have had cancer. Heesh had a tit removed years ago and she had a growth removed from her back.

Angel and Kirby said...

WE are so sorry about Sheesh. WE know it was a hard decision, but you never want your babies to suffer! We are sending soft purrs and gentle head bumps.

Brian said...

You mean PTS because she pee on something, wow!! Cancer is rough.

Freya's Staff said...

Softest purrs and snuggles to you at this difficult time.
xxxx

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

I'm purring sad purrs of sympathy for you.

The Island Cats said...

We are so sorry to hear about Sheesh. You have our heartfelt condolences.

Carolina said...
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Carolina said...

"We had Sheesh put down. When the vet checked her out he found that she had cancer. He didn't think that was causing the problem, but it did help make the decision to put her down a bit easier."

Wow... Some will do everything to save their kitties... while some will PTS a kitty because they had a litterbox problem for a few weeks.
I am sorry for saying this, but really, there is nothing else I could say... And I couldn't quiet either.
RIP Little Kitty, I am so sorry this had to happen to you.

Harry Spotter said...

We are so very sad and heart broken for you. PLease accept our hugs , purrs, and prayers.

Noll's Nip said...

Oh dear...this is very sad. Purrs for your loss.

Katnip Lounge said...

Our sypathies to you. This is never an easy thing to decide. Sheesh, we'll see you at the Bridge, someday.

XX Lounge Kats

The Creek Cats said...

We are so sorry to hear about sweet Sheesh. Our thoughts and purrayers are with you during this very sad time. (((hugs)))

Furkidsmom said...

We're so sorry to hear about Sheesh. Sometimes things are going on that we have no way of knowing about until it's too late. (((Hugs))) and prayers.

Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

MoMo said...

We are sorry to hear about Sheesh. Purrs to you all. RIP little one, until we all meet again.

Keiko said...

We are so sorry to hear about Sheesh! We are purring for her and all of you. We hope she is comfortable on her new journey. Many hugs and prayers, Keiko, Kenji, Pricilla & Yuji

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

WE HATE, HATEHATEHATEHATE CANCER! Lots of hugs to her fambly...cancer just sucks.

Everycat said...

This is very, very sad, poor, poor Sheesh.

Ozark Mountain Cats said...

We want to thank our bloggy friends including Carolina for your kind words. Poor Sheesh was a unique cat that was terrified of everything. She spent 10 of her 11 years hiding under the bed, in closets. It was only with medicine and temptations that we got her to come out and join us. Her life improved greatly for about four months and then drastically reversed itself about six weeks ago. She wanted no contact with any of the cats, and that included if they looked at her. We have second quessed ourselves as to weather she'd been better (in the long run) without the medicine for her nerves.
Poor grandma worries that it was our fault because we let willie and smudge join the family when they were abandoned. We can second guess till we're blue in the face but it comes down to just doing the best we can do.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

We read about poor Sheesh yesterday and just couldn't comment then. Too many furries leaving for the bridge in a short time. And we know how it hurts to lose one.

Second guessing doesn't help but it's part of human grieving. We're very sorry Sheesh needed to leave for the bridge. Warm purrs and tail wags.

THE ZOO said...

We are so sorry for your loss. youre in our prayers. we know it wasnt an easy decision.

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

No decision comes easy, and I have worked with many a 'peeing' cat. Most have been 'rehabbed'...but they always will be prone to emotional issues. Two I had to euthanize and part of that decision came down to 'were they living or just surviving' and to me, to think of a cat having to live all it's life confined due to peeing outside the box, just isn't kind. I have been fortunate that people have been willing to give these cats a chance at a full life, but it sometimes isn't an option with other emotional and health issues involved. May you come to terms with your decision and at least now know she is at peace.