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    After a grueling 3 month struggle my Cat has died

    Our 12 year old cat has died, it was a 3 month struggle against a tumor. She died last night, I know she was in pain and it was more than time, for the past 3 weeks she had not been able to walk, so my wife and my daughter carried her in a little basket and kept her company. She slept in my daughters bed every single night for the past 6 years... we probably waited too long, I think. For the second time in a little less than a year our daughter asked me to glue a photo of a dead friend in her diary, it just breaks my heart.

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    (((((((((()))))))))

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    Sorry to hear that, Bo.

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    So sorry Bola. We just went through that whole thing a month or so ago. Our guy was 16 and I know I went too long with him. Our new guy Mr, Oates is quite a bit smaller cat (still a kitten actually) and he weighs more than Sammy did at the end.


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    We have two more, one is 14 and the other is 12 as well, they were all strays so the ages are estimates, they found a good home in our place and lived a good life, so that is what matters in the end.

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    Sorry to hear about that, at least he had a good life

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    So sorry for your loss. When one gets to live with a pet for years they become so much more. Losing a beloved pet is not unlike losing a family member.

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    That's so sad, I'm really sorry for your loss. Our cat has a good few years in her yet (hopefully) but I really can't imagine the house without her.
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    It sounds like that cat was loved very much! I'm sorry for the loss.

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