Her health update is this: She is healing from her surgery well. Playing, purring, and begging for treats. If you couldn't see the Frankenstein stiches down her shaved throat you would not know she was sick. I am choosing not to treat her as dead already. I am choosing to let her live. Choosing laughter and playtime, and snuggles and treats. As long as she looks, acts and functions like a healthy cat that is how I am going to treat her. She deserves that.
I want to address some questions I have received. Why not seak treatment? I do not believe in Chemo or radiation for pets. Humans know the consequences and the suffering that these treatments cause. Animals do not. To spend a large amount of money, that could be helping healthy young animals, to prolong her life by a couple of months, and making her suffer in the proccess, would be selfish and inhumane. Cole and I are putting Cleo first.
Now the constant repeat questions of "How is she doing", "does she show symptoms yet", "what are youy going to do.....?" etc are too much and too soon. This is the last I will post of her for now. She is fifteen, spunky, and tough. We're going to treat her like that.
Please rescue. Don't Breed or Buy. Spay & Neuter your pets.
As I write Cleo is laying in the sun, her smiling eyes watching me and Tucker.