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post #1 of 16
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My poor Dutchy...she has to go in for her spay tommrow...and shes in a kennel tonight, no food after 6..and he water will be taken away in a water and all she is doing is sitting and crying! and shes making me cry! Oh I dont know what to do tommrow is going to be a long day. I have to go and clean stalls early in the morning..so I cant take her in. Fiance is going too..*sniffles* shes making me cry.........and this is so hard as it is :
post #2 of 16
I absolutley hate leaving the boys at the vet! Anytime one has had to go under I cry like a baby! The vet probably thinks I'm psychicotic but oh well! Its scary! Good luck, I'm sure she'll be fine!
post #3 of 16
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Thanks. I am just about to give in and let her out of her kennel but i know if i do..she will go for food
post #4 of 16
Can't you pick the food up and put it away? I have four but if one cant eat they all cant eat! Its only a couple hours.Or can you put her in a room by herself?
post #5 of 16
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Cant put all the food away sadly. we have kittens..and a nurseing momma. and one boy who is still stressed from his surgery so we are making sure he has enough to eat...

We try to keep her in a room all on her own..but Dutchy is an ESCAPE QUEEN. shortly I will be laying down with her to pet her and give her some love
post #6 of 16
Oh, well thats a tough one then! Hopefully the little Hudini wont escape! Let us know how it goes tomorrow.
post #7 of 16
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I sure will..she laid with me for a while but now shes back in her kennel and crying cause she kept getting out. Shes just trying to make me feel bad..and its working
post #8 of 16
It is like keeping a crying baby in a car seat while driving. She doesn't understand, but this is for HER health. She will survive, and will forget all about it soon. If you turn off the lights will she lay down and go to sleep? Or is there a spare friendly cat to put in with her?

Best of luck! It is very hard to hear someone you love saying "Meowmie, help!" But you are doing the right thing for her. Stay strong!!!
post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
It is like keeping a crying baby in a car seat while driving. She doesn't understand, but this is for HER health. She will survive, and will forget all about it soon. If you turn off the lights will she lay down and go to sleep? Or is there a spare friendly cat to put in with her?

Best of luck! It is very hard to hear someone you love saying "Meowmie, help!" But you are doing the right thing for her. Stay strong!!!

I suppose we could put Loki in there with her..It wont hurt him any. I didnt think of that thanks. I dont want to put her kittens in their, cause they might nurse.(she still lets them once in a while. evil little devils) and they sure dont need too. and with her not getting water i dont want that at all.

But Loki hes her Hubby and a sweety thanks I am gonna put him in and see if that helps..lights off didnt.
post #10 of 16
Yeah I know how it feels..... I was the same way with Limerick when he got neutered. Your kitten will be fine.... don't worry!!
post #11 of 16
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Nervous wreck..so glad i have friends who know how it feels.
post #12 of 16
Sweetie - I know it's hard - but you've got to look at it as being cruel to be kind. In the long term, putting them through a little while of feeling a bit hungry and put out, is nothing compared to some of the grief that Dutchy and you could go through if she's not done. This is really the best thing you can do for her now She'll be a bit crabby with you, but it's not something they don't get over Chin up and it'll be ok
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by LilleKat
Sweetie - I know it's hard - but you've got to look at it as being cruel to be kind. In the long term, putting them through a little while of feeling a bit hungry and put out, is nothing compared to some of the grief that Dutchy and you could go through if she's not done. This is really the best thing you can do for her now She'll be a bit crabby with you, but it's not something they don't get over Chin up and it'll be ok

Thanks. Oh yes she will be horrible to me when she gets home. Right now she is still playing on my "meoowwwmieee" buttons. I put Loki in with her last night, and they did sleep together nicely. Loki cried once or twice about being locked up. Hes out now, and getting ready to see dutchy off....oh I am just so worried...my poor baby. I have special treats for her, when she gets home and can have them. and a new kittie toy.
post #14 of 16
Yeah that's always tough My little rocket-man had to be done twice (as if once wasn't bad enough) but he was a crabby little ratbag when he got home. Two hours later, he was more affectionate than he'd ever been in his life!! I think he was just making up for trying to rip my face off.... I'm sure the treats will grease a few wheels though - they do so love to be spoiled, don't they?!
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by LilleKat
Yeah that's always tough My little rocket-man had to be done twice (as if once wasn't bad enough) but he was a crabby little ratbag when he got home. Two hours later, he was more affectionate than he'd ever been in his life!! I think he was just making up for trying to rip my face off.... I'm sure the treats will grease a few wheels though - they do so love to be spoiled, don't they?!

that they do...well i am about to call and see how she is..and than we get to pick her up in 2 and a half hours....wish me luck.
post #16 of 16
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Shes home! and doing AOK
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