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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj View Post
    It happens to cats as well?

    Ken
    And dogs
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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

    I was trying to get a little humour into the conversation. As they say, when we are born we are usually bald, wet and poop ourselves, can't eat solids and just sleep and cry most of the time!

    What's the difference between that and advanced old age? Gotta keep smiling!

    Ken

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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

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    I was trying to get a little humour into the conversation. Gotta keep smiling! Ken
    Quite agree, Ken. A little humour goes a long way. Can't do without it!
    It is better to wear out than to rust out.
    - Richard Chamberlain, Tour of the Hebrides

    Us husbands are a sorry lot.

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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenj View Post
    What's the difference between that and advanced old age? Gotta keep smiling!

    Ken

    Well husband didn't go bald....
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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

    We had a 16 year old cat who was incontinent, "when you got to go, you got to go"! when you get old. I am the same now. The Vet said that she had kidney failure, and teeth falling out. I think she had Alzheimer's disease. If she went outside she didn't seem to know where she was. She was put down, absolutely painless, just dozed off. I guess I may have to go to the Vet one day

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    Default Re: Cat's urination!

    Quote Originally Posted by mzee View Post
    . She was put down, absolutely painless, just dozed off. I guess I may have to go to the Vet one day
    I had to take one of the cats right after husband died.
    I tell you, it was far, far more pleasant.
    Sedation first then the Pentobarbitone.

    I told them that and they said (of course) I wasn't the first to say so.

    I wish we really could.
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