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Old 05-22-2014, 11:29 PM   #41
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Test results came back and doc is very please. The border around the tumor looks clean and no cancer found lymph nodes.��
That is good to hear, 2035. Thanks for the update.
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She's very feisty but still weak.


Good news! They're all a bit poorly after surgery, but love her up a bit and give her a chance to heal up.

So glad to share your good report.
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That's great news 2035. Very pleased to hear it!
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:14 AM   #44
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Test results came back and doc is very please. The border around the tumor looks clean and no cancer found lymph nodes.😂
That's very encouraging news! I know you must be breathing easier just having gotten through the surgery part. I always find it stressful when my little ones undergo surgery, even if it is "routine" which this certainly was not.

The fact that she is feisty shows she is already on the road to healing from the surgery. Keep us posted on her progress.
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My girl had her first chemo treatment last week and f/u blood work to check that everything is okay and she's doing great. Thanks for the good prayers. It makes a big difference working with a vet oncologist I think.
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Happy Update: My little muffin finished her last (5th) chemo treatment on Wednesday and her chest X-Ray was all clear. I'm so happy!!!!!!

Thanks for all the positive wishes.


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Happy Update: My little muffin finished her last (5th) chemo treatment on Wednesday and her chest X-Ray was all clear. I'm so happy!!!!!!

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That is EXCELLENT news!! I'm so happy for you and your little one.
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Yea!! and many many years of good health for Muffin!!!
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Glad to hear it.
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Good news! I hope she is now on a long and healthy path to enjoy life.
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More great news: My baby had her 2-month post chemo check in and her blood work and x-rays are wonderful, no sign of cancer. God answered my prayers!

Again, thanks for your prayers and kind words. Good health and prosperity for all of you!!!


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God answered my prayers!
I think the doctors and nurses deserve a little bit of the credit. [mod edit]
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Wonderful news!
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That's great news! Thanks for the update. She's a beautiful kitty
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I am so sorry, dear 2035. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your kitty. Let's keep our hopes up. Like you wrote, the lump is small due to early detection (thanks to your vigilance), Kitty may live a LONG LONG time after her surgery. Please act really calm and happy around your kitty. Your positive upbeat mood may help her to feel optimistic about her condition.

I lost a kitty due to congestive heart failure. I spared no expenses whatsoever. We did every treatment but still we failed to save her. I am with you in spirit. Please keep us posted on your kitty's progress. Hugs to you both.
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My baby was diagnosed with cancer yesterday. It's breaking my heart, but the surgery is Tuesday and vet says the lump is small since I screen her often (she had a benign cyst in 2006).

Now I know why God had me buy a house that went up 20%, sell it after a year, so I could give her the best treatment...but I'd sell my own kidney to do it even if I didn't have the funds.

Anyone have a kitty with breast cancer that went on to live several more years.Attachment 18934
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I am not religious, but I will pray tonight for your sweetie.
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