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Old 09-14-2007, 04:40 PM
Location: If liars pants really did catch on fire, watching the news would be a lot more fun.
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Im worried about my poor little spoiled crippled kitty. When I found him he had two broken wrists. Now the vet says he has Histioplasmosis. I couldnt find much on the web. Does anybody elses furkid have this disease.

Mr Mouskiewitz has been sick for 3 wks now. I been draggin him to the vet at least once a week and pumpin him full of drugs. But hes still really congested and full of snot. He sneezes a lot mostly on me and sometimes theres a little blood in it. Also I think hes more lethargic than usual.

I cant get anything done cause he wants to be held ALL the time. If I put him down he cries and reaches to be picked up. And if you dont pick him up he bites you. Im only able to type this cause hes makin cat brownies.
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