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post #31 of 49
i'm sure he is feeling really down in the dumps, poor little guy, but i'm also sure it won't be long before he starts to improve.

we're all thinking of you and noodle. for him to find some of that kitten magic that will help to pull him through.
post #32 of 49
It's great that you guys are at least trying for this little kitten. I hope he pulls through, but if not, at least you and the vet have done the best you can.

Just as a passing note, for some reason I suspected internal injuries. Something about the way his nose looked just gave me a feeling. I wish I had been wrong.
post #33 of 49
Awww, he's adorable! Sending lots of vibes his way!
post #34 of 49
Well, thank God you and your friend took him to another vet! That poor little kitty So lucky to have you guys doing all this for him You`re amazing.

Many vibes for Noodle to get better soon so he can get back to 'kitten business'

post #35 of 49
Thread Starter 
I'm so sorry to report that our brave little trooper has lost his fight. He passed away last evening, as I was rushing back from work. I didn't get to say goodbye.

The vet discharged him so quickly (the day after his major surgery) because he knew that Noodle was probably not going to make it and wanted us to be with him when he went.

Wondering if it was even the right thing to do, sending him in for surgery. If we hadn't, he may still be alive and happy. Perhaps he would not live long, but he wouldn't have had to spend his final days in pain, misery and confusion. Anyhow, its too late for that now.

I keep remembering how affectionate he was, always purring, always wanting to be near people, always mewing his little soft mew as if he had lots of stories to tell us.

I miss him.
post #36 of 49
Thread Starter 
Just wanted to add a big thank you to all of you for your support and well-wishes
post #37 of 49
Oh no!!!

I thought I was going to read a happy ending because w treat many cats ith one lung who are dong fine (with continued treatment and follow up).

It sounds as though Noodle must have had so many complications. Please never doubt your actions - you weer doing the best for him and you gave him lots of love and care and more than man kittens with his problems might have received.
I know that does not lessen the pain but just consider the wonderful time yu shared with him and all the wonderful help and love you did give him!!!
post #38 of 49
OH NO I am SO sorry , RIP sweet baby
post #39 of 49
oh dear... So heartbreaking! Please don't second guess yourself. You did the best you could, and it's much more hope and love than he would have had without you. He will live on in your heart...
post #40 of 49
oh no! i'm so sorry. i guess the little guy was only meant to be here for a short while.

i echo the other posters in that you did the best for noodle. it is unbearable to think how he would have suffered had you and your friend not saved him.

i know that when we lose our babies, be it in just days or hopefully, after many years, we still question whether we did the right thing by them. it is clear that you acted unselfishly and with compassion and love. to have even had a few days of unconditonal love is better than to have died alone, frightened and in pain.

i know he will be bouncing around with little wukong now, exchanging stories of the wonderful love you bestowed on them.

for you.
post #41 of 49
Oh, so sorry to hear that. You did everything you could, you gave him a good chance.
post #42 of 49
he is just too cute!!!
post #43 of 49
Thread Starter 
to everyone for being right here for me when I need it most.

Noodle is buried under a tree at the rescue centre. His empty shell of a body can fertilize this tree and make it grow strong, while his spirit has become another angel of God , stinking up the high heavens with my boy Wukong (Wukong had a weird coiled tail, so it would trap smells from you-know-where, while Noodle had stinky breath because his intestines were all out of whack and affected his digestion).
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by BabyWukong View Post
I'm so sorry to report that our brave little trooper has lost his fight. He passed away last evening, as I was rushing back from work. I didn't get to say goodbye.

The vet discharged him so quickly (the day after his major surgery) because he knew that Noodle was probably not going to make it and wanted us to be with him when he went.

Wondering if it was even the right thing to do, sending him in for surgery. If we hadn't, he may still be alive and happy. Perhaps he would not live long, but he wouldn't have had to spend his final days in pain, misery and confusion. Anyhow, its too late for that now.

I keep remembering how affectionate he was, always purring, always wanting to be near people, always mewing his little soft mew as if he had lots of stories to tell us.

I miss him.
I am sooooo sorry. But as others have said, he had a home and love for at least a little while and you did everything that you could.
post #45 of 49
I'm so very sorry Noodle lost his brave fight. He got the best possible care and everything was done out of love to save him. You can't second guess love.
post #46 of 49
He was just beautiful. I'm so sorry to hear that he lost his fight. You did the best you could, though! You gave him a fighting chance, and he wouldn't have had any chance at all if you hadn't taken the steps that you had.

So kudos to you for giving the little bugger a chance, and just know that at least he's not in pain now.
post #47 of 49
wukong obviously needed a partner in crime across the bridge.
post #48 of 49
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Originally Posted by BabyWukong View Post
to everyone for being right here for me when I need it most.

Noodle is buried under a tree at the rescue centre. His empty shell of a body can fertilize this tree and make it grow strong, while his spirit has become another angel of God , stinking up the high heavens with my boy Wukong (Wukong had a weird coiled tail, so it would trap smells from you-know-where, while Noodle had stinky breath because his intestines were all out of whack and affected his digestion).
I was so hoping for a happy ending!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RIP, sweet, adorable little Noodle.

....and thank you for being so wonderful. He DID know love, warmth and happiness because of you - and you gave him a chance he would never have otherwise had.

Laurie
post #49 of 49
I'm just seeing this thread for the first time now. I'm so sorry for you and Noodle. As the others have said, though, please don't doubt your actions. You're an angel and at least gave him love and a chance at life.
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