What Do You Do When You Have a Sick Pet?

       Last night we came home from a long weekend out of town to find one of our cats hiding under a chair in our living room.  She wasn’t well; she was almost motionless, and let out a deep throaty meow when we talked to her.  Not wanting to wait, we immediately took her to one of those all-night vet places.  After two hours of waiting and not knowing what was going on, we finally found out that it wasn’t cancer or an inflamed kidney, but we still didn’t know what the real problem was. 

       We know the veterinarians are trying their best to diagnose and treat the problem, but it’s very frustrating when you don’t know exactly what the problem is and what caused it.  So I guess we just wait. 

       Over the years, we’ve had to part with several pets, and it’s never easy.  A relationship with a pet is something special, so I guess this type of situation is something you need to accept and deal with.  But it’s not easy, trust me… 

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer



My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale


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