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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-23-2005, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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Back from the vets

Just got back from the vets with the ferals. They all had to be put under anestia so their kinda blah at the moment.

All three have upper respitory infections (surprise surprise). The large orange and white male is going blind i knew something was up because he has cloudy eyes. My vet suspected him to be around 11 years old a VERY old man. I asked what I should do already in tears knowing he would probley be put down but my vet said that he still has a chance of keeping the eyesight he has now. Its is mainly due to poor nurtition and so he prescribed supplements to go with his food to hopefully stop it before he goes completely blind. He also doesent have the best teeth.

The gray female in for the most part is rather healthy rather then her URI she has a bit of an infection on her right hind leg due to what looks like a bite wound. Other then that she seems pretty healthy and my vet said she did have kittens before and the grey is probley the only remaining one but to keep an eye out (still over these months I have neve seen any other kittens) he say she is young maybe only alittle over 2 years of age

The gray kitten has the URI like the other too and other then being extremly emaciated should be fine. He looks to be about 6 months old.

All three also went through a few tests that we won't get results back for a couples days. They got xrays and everything the full 9 yards and yes it is a huge bill lol. But worth it.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-25-2005, 02:20 AM
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Are you releasing them or what is going to happen to them? Bless you for doing this for them. Whats gona happen to the orange and white old man???
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