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Old 07-03-2008, 02:44 PM   #21
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Hopefully, no cancer!

The vet seems to be a little lacking in people skills. But if he did his job well...he's forgiven. "Hate me if you want...but be good to my pet" is my motto!

Fortunately, our VET is the kindest, most compassionate person in the world.
SHE is totally into pets and the people that belong to them!

It sounds like your MAX has a wonderful mommy and daddy!
I sure wouldn't want to be the mommy that administers meds to a cat that's in recovery and feeling a bit cranky!

Keep us posted!
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Old 07-03-2008, 04:25 PM   #22
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I'm glad he's feeling a bit better. I always say as long as Mulder is eating and peeing, i'm happy. He'll get used to his new situation soon enough, I'm sure. Mulder didn't mind at all when he started to have to get injections twice a day. Just something new. I know its not the same, but cats are adaptable. He'll be just fine
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Here’s a couple of photos from a Ravelry thread--they show a very content kitty who just happens to have one eye (just look at how relaxed kitteh is in the second). Kittys really do just fine without one eye, tho' their depth perception is gone, making it a bit trickier to jump on and off anything much higher than the couch.


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Hi everyone. I'm a little concerned for my Max right now. I noticed yesterday afternoon that his eye was extremely dialated. And it hasn't gone down to a normal pupil yet. I called the vet as soon as I noticed it and he told us to come in and he put some drops in his eye to restrict it, but it didn't work. And it's still like it was yesterday before he put the drops in.

Any ideas as to what it's from? The vet didn't even seem to know why it was dialated like it was. He said if it was from the surgery it would be extremely restricted, not dialated. And he hasn't eaten much today compared to yesterday. He seems 'normal', compared to yesterday, but he doesn't seem to be moving around as much as yesterday. Needless to say it's quite dark in the house today since his eye won't restrict back to normal. Help!
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Don't have any advice but sending to both of you.
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I'm not sure what would cause it, possibly it's an adjustment period? I hope it's nothing serious, please keep us posted!
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Awww, hopefully it's just something temporary and will pass soon.
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Yes. Please keep us posted. It's so hard when your children - human, fur, feathers or otherwise - hurt. Hugs & prayers to you all.
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I hope Max will be ok.
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