my cat, who i rehomed from a neighbour when their marriage broke up and the husband didn't come back and collect her as i told him she needed to go to the vets...she's mine now and i took her to the vets as i knew she had a problem with her gums/teeth... i thought it would be an abscess but it turned out to be a tumour... she's ok at the moment and on steroids but the day will come when i have to let her go to kitty heaven...we're not sure at what rate the tumour will grow..but i won't let her suffer...as soon as she hasn't got a quality of life i'll say goodbye... i'm gutted... devestated...she's the perfect cat...sits on my lap all the time... we're doing our best to make the most of the time with her but i'm so upset at the thought of having to end her life, even though it will be for the best... its the most god awfull thing to do.. i haven't recovered from saying goodbye to my last two cats... just needed to talk to othes who understand where i'm coming from and what i'm going through.
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