Purrs for Precious Please

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Purrs4PreciousHello everyone, Dad Terry here.  I had to take sweet Precious to the vet this morning.  She may have a UTI.  Of course she went before we left home so she is spending the day so they can get a urine sample.  She won’t be happy because she has a fear of being caged.  If you have some spare purrs, please pass them along to her.  Thanks!

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22 thoughts on “Purrs for Precious Please

  1. Marg

    Oh Precious, we sure do send you tons of purrs. We are so sorry you have to spend the day in the cage. Maybe they can get the urine they need and you can come home. Will be thinking about you.

  2. Nerissa's Life

    I’m gonna send some of my very best furs and so is the rest of my fur family. Remember, as there are twelve of us here, it’s a lot of purrs and if you’re not ready for their arrival, well, they could knock you right over. Stand back. Here they come…

  3. Gin and Bailey

    Bailey & me sent special prayers for Precious & that she can come home soon. Hopefully some kind soul at the vet’s will keep her company to comfort her.

  4. Whisppy

    Poor Precious. We are all thinking of you and sending you lots of purrs so you don’t feel so alone in that cage. The day will pass by quickly and you will be home before you know it.

  5. siku marie

    We are so glad Precious was able to come home and not be caged. We know how traumatic that can be for an animal that has previous bad experiences
    (both Quinn and YoYoMa are like that). We are sending White Dog healing energy that your girl responds quickly to the meds and is back to normal in no time.

  6. Old Kitty

    Oh noes!! Sweet darling Precious!! Please please please be ok! Please get better and come home soon!! Hugs and purrs! Take care

  7. Fuzzy Tales

    Oh, no, poor sweetie! Of course we’re purring hard for her. Make sure they give you pain meds for her! A non-bacterial infection will clear up within several days on its own, of course, no antibiotics required, but without pain meds she’d be pretty darned uncomfortable.

    I’m trying two natural products with Derry: Natural Pet UTI Remedy and now Vets-Best UT support treats (hard treats you break into little pieces–the boys LOVE them).

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