Re: Our vet visit

Chris M. Starrett ( (no email) )
Mon, 15 Feb 1999 14:53:02 -0500

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Gina,
I am glad the vomiting was nothing. Good luck getting that urin
sample my cats are the same way. Hope everything goes well.

Karla

At 02:40 PM 2/15/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Well today I brought Zachary and Sophia for their yearly vet visit. All looks
>good, the only thing I am concerned about is that over the past 2 years Sophia
>has lost weight, she was 10.9 pounds 2 years ago, then 10.0 last year, and
>today 9.44. The vet said lets wait and see what the blood test reveals, she
>did a complete panel on her. She told me that there are cases in which some
>are carriers and never get ill, but it is only about 2% of the cases. I have
>to call tomorow between 1 and 5 pm, to get the blood tests results. She wants
>me to get a urine sample so that she can test for kidney functions, she said
>that the urine will show up muh faster than any bloodwork will. Now it is just
>trying to get the urine. We never see her go to the box, we knows she goes,
>but rarely we see her go.
>The vomiting was nothing to worry about.
>
>Gina

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Gina,
           I amglad the vomiting was nothing. Good luck getting that urin sample my catsare the same way. Hope everything goes well.

   Karla











At 02:40 PM 2/15/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Well today I brought Zachary and Sophia for their yearly vetvisit. All looks
>good, the only thing I am concerned about is that over the past2 years Sophia
>has lost weight, she was 10.9 pounds 2 years ago, then 10.0 lastyear, and
>today 9.44. The vet said lets wait and see what the blood testreveals, she
>did a complete panel on her. She told me that there are cases inwhich some
>are carriers and never get ill, but it is only about 2% of thecases. I have
>to call tomorow between 1 and 5 pm, to get the blood testsresults. She wants
>me to get a urine sample so that she can test for kidneyfunctions, she said
>that the urine will show up muh faster than any bloodwork will.Now it is just
>trying to get the urine. We never see her go to the box, weknows she goes,
>but rarely we see her go.
>The vomiting was nothing to worry about.
>
>Gina

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Chris M. Starrett  -  chriss@honeymoonpaper.com
Please note that my e-mail address has changed
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