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post #271 of 297
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Originally Posted by caprice
Yep, they've had it planned for about 6 months!
Good for her.
post #272 of 297
Wow, I'm so glad Mittens is doing so much better!!
post #273 of 297
Excellent news, Candie! So glad Mittens is recovering , and as for your Mom -- WTG!
post #274 of 297
Thread Starter 
Pray for Mittens...he's having a hard time....not sure what I need to do now
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Mittens
post #276 of 297
Mittens

Lotsa prayers and vibes for the boy
post #277 of 297
Thinking of you both.
Anne
post #278 of 297
Hi!
My kitty was also on the c/d diet and he was gaining weight and so was my other kitty (Bunnie). He as switched to Waltham SO which doesn't put as much weight on. See if you vet carried it - so far they seem to really like it. I'm starting out with an 80/20 mix until they get used to it. I've fed them some of the SO as a treat and they scarfed it up!

Karen
post #279 of 297
oh Candie - lots and lots and LOTS of thoughts coming your way from across the ocean

stay strong mittens - we all know how brave you are
post #280 of 297
How are you all doing? Trust your own judgement, you will know when he has had enough. It is really hard, but they do tell you.
Anne
post #281 of 297
yes I agree - how is Mittens doing? thinking of you both
post #282 of 297
Candie & Mittens
post #283 of 297
More "Candie and Mittens" vibes any news?
post #284 of 297
Thread Starter 
everything is pretty much the same....
post #285 of 297
Bless his little heart
post #286 of 297
Candi, tons of strong vibes headed your way my friend.........~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~> Come on Mittens.........
post #287 of 297
Thinking of both of you
post #288 of 297
Many vibes coming your way

Thinking of you both
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post #290 of 297
My previous baby was called Mittens too so I have a special place in my heart for all Mittens in the world. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the both of you
post #291 of 297
I have just read your diary enteries candie and I was truely moved by what poor mittens has been through. I was wondering if you could tell us what happened after your last entry? I do hope that Mittens was able to over come eveything in the end. My thoughts are with you x x x
post #292 of 297
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Originally Posted by misspremier007
I have just read your diary enteries candie and I was truely moved by what poor mittens has been through. I was wondering if you could tell us what happened after your last entry? I do hope that Mittens was able to over come eveything in the end. My thoughts are with you x x x
unfortunatly she posted yesterday saying that everything is pretty much the same

Mittens
post #293 of 297
Mittens will be in my thoughts and prayers. I hope he can overcome this. Hugs to both of you.
post #294 of 297
(((((Mittens & Candie)))))
post #295 of 297
Thread Starter 
I am sure all of you have been waiting for some update....

Mittens has done better, but still urinates outside of his box about 95% of the time, so we have to keep him confined for most of the day. When he is in one room, I am constantly having to clean up after him. His attitude has changed and he loves to be brushed! Every night I sit on the kitchen floor and he walks over to me and starts purring and we spend about 10 minutes grooming and he just adores that; I think that is his favorite part of the day. We have started to let him go outside more, but with the rainy weather lately, we haven't been able to really let him get use to it. He still needs his yearly shots and wanted to get him a id tag for his collar before we let him out during the day. It's still very frusterating because of no real change in his "peeing problem". July 4th we let him in his room for a long time, and he did use his box 3 out of the 10 times he peed all day....huge improvement. The only thing I don't understand is right after he pees, he scrunches up and acts like he has to poop. Then, he climbs in his box and poops (sometimes). The only thing that I can think of is that he licks himself so much that he has irritated the skin and therefore, gets upset when he does pee (that's why he scrunches up). Once we get him use to going outside, I think he will take his mind off cleaning himself all the time. Once we move and have a enclosed back yard too, I will feel better also. That's about it...
post #296 of 297
Thanks for the update I was wondering how he was doing.
Anne
post #297 of 297
Candi...your tender description of Mitten's brushing session, validates every thing that you have gone though with your sweet boy.

I am deeply touch by your love for Mittens.
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