Monday, June 21, 2010

V-E-T Result... sorta

First I want to thank evfurryone fur their all the purrrrs-n-purrayers! I feel loved wif all the responses on our last post!
My hooman gave me the noos today... I has to go back to see the V-E-T on Thursday when the specialist doctor is there and stay all day!!! OMC I am scared! I don't want to be there all alones.... I get to take mah bear at least.
My blood test said I have elevated calcium, some kind of proteins are too high and another kind of proteins are too low... I'm anemic too. They don't know fur sure what is wrong wif me but ruled out I do not have Feline AIDS.
Thursday I has to get X-Rays, an abdominal ultra sound, echo-cardiogram and urinalysis. They want to see what is going on with the heart murmur and make sure I don't have Feline Infectious Para-tinnitus.
I'm still not drinking... I let my hooman see that I a few pieces of food but my water bowl level is the same since this morning. They gave me all kinds of container types wif water but I just smelled them and walked away meowing. I'm too worried about the VET to drink come on hooman!

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  1. Mawm sayz she wrote on your facebook wall but we wantz you to know we are still pulling for youz and sowwy that you have to go back to the V-E-T. We will be on pinz & needlez until then.
    ((((KEIKO)))) hugging Keiko
    Murf & Maiz

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  2. The calcium levels were a bit of red flag, reading this. Here's some info on both struvite and calcium oxalate stones:

    http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2243+2244&aid=2729

    But note there are other causes of high calcium:

    Oxalate Crystals and Stones

    Formation
    Oxalate crystals and stones are more likely to occur in acidic urine and if the cat has high calcium levels in the blood. This could be caused by excessive intake of calcium, protein, sodium, or vitamin D. Some metabolic disorders such as hyperparathyroidism, some cancers, and Cushings disease may also contribute to the development of oxalate stones. Unfortunately, oxalate stones often occur in cats with normal blood calcium levels, as well.

    Fingers and paws crossed....Best of luck!!!! Keep us posted!

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  3. My sisters and I are purring for you too sweet Keiko! You need your fluids, if you don't cooperate you might have to get water via a syringe or something! I sure do hope you feel better...be brave!

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  4. Oh Keiko! We hope the v-e-t can figure out what's going on with you! We're purring for you.

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  5. Oh Sweetie I am sending healing purrs your way! When I had to stay at the vet Mom sent a blankie that she sprayed with kitty pheramones and it helped keep me calm. You can get it petsmart.

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  6. I put a ice cube in wiskers water than he drinks it

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  7. Oh..No! Don't be worried, you will be fine at the vet. They need to make sure they get all the right tests for you. We are purring and praying for you. Please eat and drink a little for your momma to make her feel better.

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  8. Oh dear! Our human has been horrible about reading. We are purring now!!! I hope they can find out how to help you.

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  9. That's terrible you have to stay at the vets all day and do all those tests! I hope they figure out how to help you after all that work. I'm sending lots and lots more purrs your way!

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  10. Keiko may need sub q fluids if she doesn't start drinking water soon...We will pray and purr loudly for her=we are so sorry she will have to stay at the vet for tests all day...Best of luck sweet friends...xoxo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  11. come on now, Keiko. get crackin' wif that water. the more you help yourself, the less the beans gotta help you, which means LESS v-e-t time.

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  12. We are purring for you Keiko. Don't worry about your tests. The vet has to do them to make sure you get the right treatment to make you feel better.

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  13. Sweet Keiko!! Purrs & prayers coming from us!

    Have you tried a fountain yet?? The Teenage Mutant Ninja Kitty Horde drink better now that they have a fountain to drink from. I got one when our eldest hit 12 and the volume of drinking went up. You have to make sure it stays clean (kitty fur! ::grin::) and filled but they're very nice. I bought the least expensive one as well. Take care of yourself and we hope that everything goes well at the vet!!!

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  14. Come on Keiko! Start eating and drinking!!! We will keep purring for you!

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  15. WE are sending comforting and healing purrs.

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  16. I am purring realy loud for you and hope you are not too scared at the vets.. Hugs GJ xx

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  17. Poor Sweety! We is purring really really hard that you is ok and that you not has a scared at the VET Keiko. Just hugs your bear, it will be over before you knows it.

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  18. Oh no... we are purraying for you my furriend! Keiko, we hope the vet treats you nicely on Thursday, and you will have your bear to snuggle with! We hope all the health problems go away soon!!!
    Purrs, Keiko, Kenji, Pricilla and Yuji

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  19. Oh Keiko, you are so brave! Harley and I are purring our best for you.

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  20. We are sending lots and lots of purrs and prayers and hugs to the hooomans too. We sure hope you do all right today. We will also keep our paws crossed. We will be thinking about you.

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  21. We are purring and praying for you. Hang in there you can get through this. Keep us posted.

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  22. PUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ::Deep Breath:: PPPPPPPPPPPPPPUUUUUUUUUUURRRRR

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  23. Keiko, we are sending lots of purrs and tail wags for you to be okay and not feel alone at the vet's today.

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  24. Purring furry hard for Keiko today! Hope the vet can help you to feel better!!

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  25. Keiko
    We are keeping you in our purrs and we hope that things will go smoothly for you today....

    {{{{HUGS}}}}
    Abby

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  26. We are purring and praying real hard for you, Keiko.

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