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Old 11-23-2019, 02:28 AM   #1
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My cat Blackberry had to be euthanized a couple of days ago.

Profound renal failure of unknown cause leading to systemic organ failure.

The vet was very good; she walked me through her clinical investigations which I could have interpreted as well but that was nice of her.

I am still numb as i think my other cat is.
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My cat Blackberry had to be euthanized a couple of days ago.

Profound renal failure of unknown cause leading to systemic organ failure.

The vet was very good; she walked me through her clinical investigations which I could have interpreted as well but that was nice of her.

I am still numb as i think my other cat is.
Losing our pets and or best friends is heart breaking....My service dog is 6 years old, I rely on him for everything.....When that day comes, Im not sure what I will do?
Im sorry for your loss, remember the good times....
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