Thankful Thursday: Feeding Time Isn’t for Sissies



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You know, when one of your sisters is sick it can be so hard to find something to be thankful for, yet I did pull it off today.  I wasn’t real sure I could find a thankful at the moment, but it just proves we can always be thankful for something.

I am very thankful that my Dad and Mom are stubborn, and even though sister Zoe is not interested in eating, they feed her with a syringe several times each day.  They don’t give up easily, and I am thankful that is the case.  They also weigh her each and every day.  I am thankful I have not had to get on the scales.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!


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29 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday: Feeding Time Isn’t for Sissies

  1. Summer

    I’m continuing to send more purrs to Zoe – paws up to your humans for helping her. My human knows how difficult it is to be diligent with the syringe feeding.

  2. Ann Staub

    Well I wonder how much you sister likes those syringe feedings. I know most cats don’t! I hope she will decide to start eating on her own very soon.

  3. Bev Green

    Oh Brian we are all purring like crazy for Zoe..and we know mum and dad will be doing the best for her..sending our loves Fozziemum xxxx

  4. Marg

    Zoe, we sure send you lots and lots of purrs and prayers that you get all better. We think that today is the day you are going to another vet and we sure hope they can find some way to help you. We sure have our paws crossed for you. Tell Dad to keep us updated.

  5. hannahandlucy

    We are purring for your Sister Zoe and hope she will start to eat on her own soon Brian. We hope the vet can think of a way to get her back to normal self.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  6. Caren Gittleman

    Praying with all of our might that Sister Zoe will start eating!!! If I am around sporadically I am sorry! Husband totaled his car yesterday morning (he is ok thank God), but I am going to be out of the loop for a bit due to a zillion things we have to do and I have to drive him around for a few days. Sending all of our love to you and yours and that Sister Zoe will eat! xoxoxo

  7. da tabbies o trout towne

    zoe…bet fishes two day at de ewe noe wear place; we hope de v.e.t. can get ya bak on de trax ta health & ree coveree, and ya stay ther for a veree long time !! ♥♥♥ if yur dad iz reedin; tell him ta ask de vet bout B12…

  8. Kitties Blue

    Poor Zoe. We wish she would eat on her own, but we know that your humans are going to do whatever they can to help her. They are super good pawrents! We will continue to purr and pray for her. Our mom says that if we look hard enough we can always find a little glimmer of silver lining somewhere. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  9. selina

    Hi guys! We’re still purring for Miz Zoe! Sometimes you just gotta BE stubborn on a kitty’s behalf! We know your pawrents are watching her & taking care of her like a couple of hawks!

    Selina & MomKatt

  10. Connie

    It is very nice to have a mom and dad that care.. even if you wish sometimes they’d care a little less..

    Sending more purrs

  11. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    Yow Mistur Terry n Mum C. n all of ya yer doin yer best fer Sister Zoe…we iz reelly usin POTP on her frum afar n hopin Zoe will reecover soon….
    We lub all of ya n purrayerz are beein meowed too!
    Yerz Nylablue n Mum x0x0x0x0x0

  12. The OP Pack

    Mom says she can sympathize with your Mom and Dad and Zoe not wanting to eat. We have the same problem here off and on with Phantom. It is always such a worry when we won’t eat. We have all our paws crossed that Zoe will begin to eat more soon.

    Woos – Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  13. PepiSmartDog

    Hi Brian, so sorry Zoe is not eating.
    When I was in the ICU hospital, my blood numbers were all messed up and I wouldn’t eat. The canine specialist said as long as we eat “something” – that is a good thing, ie: even milk or sweet biscuits; as long as its something.
    Your doing a wonderful job nursing Zoe and doing all that is possible to help her get well. (((HUGS)))
    Thank you for joining our Thankful Thursday Weekly Blog Hop. We look forward to reading your posts each week and seeing your piccies. *waves paw* :=o)

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