Thank you everyone for your kind words about Rupert. He is hanging in there. I found a soft treat that he absolutely loves, so I've been hiding his Prednisolone in one of those and he eats it right up. I also mix his antiboitic liquid in some wet food and he eats that as well. So, no more stressful forcing of meds!!! We are both happy about that. He is eating and interactive with me, so I don't think he is ready to give up yet. It is so hard with cats to know if they are in pain because they hide it so well!!!! They even purr when they are in pain and it makes you think that they are ok when they are not. He seems ok to me so far. He sleeps alot, but seems comfortable. He has been making he cute little gremlin meows when he is hungry and is eating pretty well. I love him so much, even my 7 year old is praying for a miracle. He said to me, "Do you think God will decide not to let Rupert die?"
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11/9/08 at 5:01am