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I had to put my cat down last night. It was an emergency decision. I came home from work and she was very sick and was having coordination problems and dizziness. I took her to the emergency vet and she was extremely anemic and the treatment to fix it and find out why was very expensive. So it was a rough night. But I guess the real reason I am writing is for advice. I have another cat and the vet had mentioned the possibility of several types of things that my other cat could also have been exposed to such as FIV( however I read through that and I doubt thats what she had, and she was tested negative when we adopted her), and FELV,( which sounds plausible). WHat is the likelihood that my other cat has this and I should have him checked as well? Anyone been through this before. Niether of them went outside ever and they were both negative when I adopted them. My other cat seems fine, no symptoms of distress except looking for Trinity in the house. Thank you for your imput. I just know that I couldn't go through this experience again with my other cat anytime in the near future, it would be too much.
post #2 of 11
I'm so very sorry for your loss

I'll light a candle for Trinity to help her over the bridge, but if you post again in the health forum you should get some answers to your question

post #3 of 11
I am so sorry for your loss of Trinity last night. What a sudden tragic thing to have to go through.

RIP sweet one.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.
post #4 of 11
My condolences on your loss of your sweet girl.

Rest in peace Trinity
post #5 of 11
My deepest sympathy. And yes I would get your other cat tested.
post #6 of 11

Im sorry you had to go thru this.

May your sweet Trinity RIP.
post #7 of 11
I'm so very sorry for your loss.
Rest In Peace sweet baby.

Also, I would take the other cat in for a Vet check just to be one the safe side.
post #8 of 11
I am sorry for your loss.

RIP Trinity
post #9 of 11
Thats aweful!

I hope you find the answers to your question.

Rest In Peace Trinity
post #10 of 11
I'm very sorry for your loss. RIP Trinity.
post #11 of 11
again - sorry for your loss... it's always hard when it's sudden. talk to your survivor about what happened to her, to help him/her thru the grieving process.
Trinity - you're happy, healthy & young once more - go chase those butterflies!
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