April 10, 2012

PRINCESS UPDATE:  Vet called with lab results. Surprise! Princess has almost purrfect labs for her age. (a lady nefur tells)  Slightly elevated white count. The vet and I talked at length and with her history of a sensitive stomach, he thinks she could just haf sumthing that has put her stomach in severe turmoil.  Just got to keep her hydrated and he has now prescribed stomach calming meds along with the antibiotics.  She's still very sick, but is drinking well and resting.  I'm watching her efurry move. Thanks to efurrybody fur those purrs and purrayers! xoxo

Pee Ess - thanks fur the slippery elm bark info. we are definitely going to get sum.

29 comments:

  1. Ahh, we are sending lots and lots of purrs for Princess!! She is drinking and resting and you guys are givin' her tons of love. Yep, she's on the mend!

    Noir

    Psalms 50;15

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  2. Well, this is good news. Jan keeps slippery elm bark around too.

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  3. Thanks so much for the update and we are sending sweetie Princess tons more purrs. That is good news though!

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  4. That is great news that her lab results are good. We will keep purring for her until she is better.

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  5. Ah Princess please feel better soon sweetie!!

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  6. We didn't know about the slippery elm syrup but will keep this in mind. We hope you get to feeling better, sweetie! xxoo Patty & Bhu

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  7. Good news. You just keep on getting better, Princess. Purrrrrrrrrrssssssssssssssss.

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  8. We're glad the tests came back with good results and will continue to purr that she's better soon!

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  9. We so glad to hear da newz ^..^ :)))))) +1
    You rest up now Sweet Princess ~
    ♥xoxo♥
    Soft Purrz~

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  10. Don'tcha wish you had a dollar for everytime the Vet tells you your cat is healthy when clearly you've taken them in for something?? MOL!

    Glad to hear there's no bugs in her bloods, tell Ms. Prinn to get off the bulemia diet, she's purrrfect just the way she is and needs to start eating again!

    xoxo
    Ms. Stella & That Woman

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  11. Hi Princess Mom
    Just wanted to let you know that I have been using slippery elm bark (organic) for several months. The vet diagnosed (which I don't agree with) IBD for Abby. She was soooo sick for several days. I had changed her food and it just sent her little system into a tizzy. Once I got her system back to normal I began giving her the elm in ALL of her food and also in her water. There is NO side effects at all to the elm in fact it has been an herbal remedy for centuries. I feel it helps Abby. The syrup is very easy to make and I tried it myself to see if it was bitter, and it's not, in fact Abby loves that I make her food a bit mushy. I highly recommend this for an upset stomach or hyper active colon, because it soothes the walls of both and calms down the inflammation.
    I hope this helps.
    Abby's Mom Debra

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  12. That doesn't sound too bad if the blood work is OK. I have heard that the Slippery Elm is good but havne't tried it yet. It sure would be worth a try. We are still sending tons of purrs to you Princess that you will feel so much better really soon. Take care.

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  13. I am glad that Princess's tests came back looking good! I hope the treatment helps her and that she continues to improve. I'm sending her purrs until I am sure she is all better.

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  14. The King is SO happy to hear that his Royal associate is feeling a bit better. Drinking and staying hydrated is really, really good.

    I hope the elm helps--the first we heard of it was when Miss Abby got sick, and we hope it helps Princess too.

    My Human's default treatment for sick kitties who are off their food? A little fingerful of Gerber's. It might be worth a try if she is not eating something pretty soon.

    XOXOXOX Purrs continue!

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  15. That's great news about the lab results! We know she's in good hands. (((HUGS)))

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  16. A good report - now to get her feeling better. We need to read about this slippery elm as Mom is wondering if it works for dogs too.

    Feel better, Princess.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  17. Thanks for the update, sending tons of purrs to you all.

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  18. Maybe just hairballs.... hopefully she'll recover fully very soon. purrrs to princess!

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  19. Maybe they should x-ray her to see if there's an intestinal blockage? Or an ulcer. Aunt Pauline's cat couldn't stop frowing up and had an ulcer. I hope the vet guessed right and she'll get better.

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  20. We continue to purr for Princess and hope she is better soon.

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  21. Sending purrs & purrayers your way!

    Nikita & Elvira

    Meowsings of an Opinionated Pussycat

    http://www.opinionatedpussycat.com

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  22. Me is so happy that princess is feeling better! Me hopes she gets feeling better fast! Me don't drink enough and to keeps me hydrated, Mommy puts half a can of warm water in my canned food. Not only does it get all the stuff stuck to the sides and bottom of the can, but me loves it!
    It also helps my pukey tummy.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  23. O hai, I send Princess a kissy. :). xoxoxoxoxo

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  24. We are so glad there was no bad news. We hope her tummy is feeling better soon!

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  25. Oh good we are headed in the right direction. Keep getting better kitty friend.
    Blessings,
    Gosoe

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  26. Keep on keeping on Princess xox

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  27. Oh Prancer and Princess - I'm purring so hard for both of you. This is odd having both of you sick at the same time. i'm purring so hard for you both to get better - M says I'm shaking the house like an earth quake hit.

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  28. Oh Dear dis iz Terrible! :o ^..^ efuryone getting sick :(
    We think it soundz like sumfin to do wif da food ^..^ if you guyz can hold da chicken dat your mom made down, maybe other food iz bad food ??????
    You poor babiez, we hope you get better soon ♥♥♥♥ xoxoxo

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