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I am deeply sorry to hear about your Mom and grandson. 2015 was a sad year for you. I agree, tho..."
Thanks for the note. It would be much worse if the cat was sad, sore, or down in the dumps, but he's cheerful, strong and on good medications. We have him on antibiotics to keep his mouth from decaying as the tumor takes it course, and an anti-inflammatory that keeps the tumor from racing quickly to its inevitable conclusion. I'm taking him for a needle biopsy Wednesday to be sure of what we have, but it's pretty clear. He's enjoying living in the house for the first time (he came to us long ago feral) and we're amazed at his good manners. (He even figured out the cat door after one or two tries.) So it's not miserable for us. But of course we know where it's headed, and that's sad. I appreciate your thoughts.
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