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Sudden death by Brain Aneurysm

post #1 of 8
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Curious as to whether anyone's loved one has passed away suddenly due to a brain aneurysm or blood clot on spinal cord?

I lost my beloved Seal Point mix recently to a brain aneursym and am seeking conversation with others who have been through similair ordeal.

Thank you in advance and my apologies for blunt subject header.
post #2 of 8
I do not have any experience with that medical condition. I just wanted to say I am sorry for your loss. There are a lot of others on this forum that have have been through loss of their beloved pet. Hopefully someone will be able to give you more insight into the condition that took your kitty from you.
post #3 of 8
I have not hadt his happen. Just wanted to say I'm so sorry to hear of your loss.
post #4 of 8
About a year ago we lost our Ricky dog to a bood clot It was from a car accident about a month before, but still it was unexpected. They are both out of pain now and playing at RB together. I am so sorry for your loss. RIP sweet kitty
post #5 of 8
I am very sorry for your loss. How difficult to lose a precious kitty so suddenly. I know I had a cousin who had an aneurysm, and the only reason she survived is because she was at a shopping mall when she collapsed, and had two EMT's walking behind her who recognized what was happening and provided the care necessary until the ambulance arrived.

Maybe if you post on the health board, someone will read it and know of a support group for someone in your position. Many people find this board to difficult to read, and may not see your post. I know I never read this board until after I posted on it myself.

Again, condolences on your loss. Rest in peace, Jena's kitty!
post #6 of 8
I had a cat die suddenly AT the vets office. According to my mother, one minute she was breathing, the next she was not. We never knew exactly why, although she was there because she had stopped grooming properly (she was long haired), so I always wondered if it was a clot or aneurysm due to infection.

It came as an unbelievable shock at the time and I cried every day for months. But at the same time, it is not a drawn-out affliction like I hear about many pets suffering. And generally there is no warning, so nothing can really be done. My only regret was only having 5 years with my baby.

Anyways, I am so sorry for your loss.
post #7 of 8
Condolences on your loss. What a shock it was for you, to lose your furbaby so suddenly. Sorry that I can't offer more than sympathy. I hope that you find many people to help you get over your grief. If you feel like posting a tribute, to let us know about your precious one, we'd love to read it, what she was like, what she did that made you happy, etc. And tell her to greet a Himmy named Sandie over there for me! Sandie had to be PTS earlier this year - sometimes I feel like I should be able to turn around and pet her but she's not there. And I have 5 other cats, but they are so unique and wonderful in their own way. You are in my prayers & thoughts. Hugs, Susan
post #8 of 8
I am so sorry for your loss

RIP little one
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