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July 12, 2011


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Samantha,  Clementine & Maverick

We are purrring for good results for Nikita!!!

(((((((HUGGGGSSSS))))) from your TX furiends,


I am sending lots of purrs Nikita's way!

I hope that whatever is going on with him is easily treatable!

I am so glad your human is taking such good care of you both!


We are sending Prof. Nikita lots of purrs and purrayers.

And waiting for those test results.

KC & Kitties


Purring for you and good results Nikita!!!


Many purrs to you and Nikita and we hope all is well with both of you!


Elvira, don't let any vet tell you that you are fat.

All vets are really rude when discussing the sturdier type of cat.

As for vegetables and fruit - YUCK.

If the vet uses the F word, whap them.

Poor Nikita, we are sending enormous purrs for him and hope his blood results are good and he will be ok

Oliver & Gerry

Eric and Flynn

We are sending purrs that Nikita's test results come back good.

Our mum put us on fixed meal times with stinky goodness and took away our crunchies that we used to have all day.

I was 23lbs and am now down to 19lbs.


Taz, Runt, Charles and mommy, Anna, in IL

It's also possible that he's diabetic...

My Tramp was diabetic and the water drinking and excessive peeing were my first indications.

If so, change of food and the possibility of insulin shots will help make things better.

Taz, Runt and Charles have their paws crossed and I'll check back soon.

Anna, mommy, in IL

Artemisia, Fenris, Socks & Scylla

We are purring that Nikita is OK.


Elvira, the vet told me I was fat too.

Us big girls has to stick together.

I told her there was just more of me to love.

She told Mommy to gives me pumpkin for my digestion (I regurgitate food sometimes). ~Scylla

"The Boys" and Karen

"The Boys" and I will keep the purring for good results going.

We have "senior" kitties, too, so we can relate to some of the changes you are experiencing.

Crossing paws here.

Fuzzy Tales

Lots of purrs from us. Annie was hyper-t, so the mom certainly has experience with that.

A couple of other kitties around the CB have hyper-t -- Fin and the Admiral.

IF it turns out that's what it is, it's treatable (though not cured) with meds, which can be given via pill or via transdermal gel on the inner ear tip or even under the (shaved) armpits).


We're sending purrs and wags for Nikita and hope for good test results.


We are purring and praying real hard for Nikita, and that his tests come back okay.

Lee County Clowder

Lettuce and carrot as a SNACK?? ewwwwww

Purrrrrring hard that Nikita recovers from whatever is bothering him.

Mr Puddy

I'm on Diet too, Elvira!

Now I'm 13.2 lbs.

Well I want to live long and never have to involve with diabetic, I must do too but it's so hard ! but at least now I know I have company. : )

And I'm sending a ton of purrs for Nikita.

Paws crossed for all good results only

Hugs to all

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