Womancat Wednesday with Sister Sascha and Sister Gracie

 

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A quick message to our friends who are not on Facebook:  Monday evening Sister Zoe got worse, lots worse.  Dad took her to the emergency center where she had x-rays, blood tests and a urinalysis done.  Sister Zoe has diabetes, which would explain a lot.  She is still in the hospital.  However, the good news is that she ate good on her own yesterday, which hasn’t happened in a long time.  They are working on getting her insulin regulated.

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Womancat Whisker Humps with Sister Sascha

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49 thoughts on “Womancat Wednesday with Sister Sascha and Sister Gracie

  1. Fuzzy Tales

    Oh, poor Zoe! We’re sorry she took a turn for the worse, but on the plus side, at least the Diabetes has been diagnosed now and can be treated. Sending lots of hugs and healing purrs to her and to you all.

    P.S. Sister Gracie’s photo does leave us speechless. LOL. It’s the camera angle, right? As it is for Derry? 🙂

  2. Molly The Wally

    Sending healing vibes and POTP to Zoe and we hope they get the insulin sorted and she will be home soon fit and well again. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. Bev Green

    So glad Zoe is in the mend Brian and that you have some answers at last.. sending Zoe all our love and purrs ..as for the ladies above…well I think Gracie looks just like Dinnermintz at that angle..i say largely furred and pluxurious..but those toes!! squeeee 🙂 loves Fozziemum xx

  4. Marg

    We are so excited that Zoe is doing so much better.
    Gracie, that is such a funny picture of you with your toes all curled up. And Sascha, we always like seeing you and your whiskers are just the best. You all have a great day. Big hugs to the Mom and Dad, we know this has been a hard time for you.

  5. Annie

    I’m so glad to hear that Zoe is eating and it’s understood what’s been causing a lot of her trouble. I’m so sorry, though, that she was so sick that she had to go to emergency. That is very scarey.

    Sascha, you are so pretty!! Gracie, you gave us a smile here. Love this shot of you!!

  6. Mag's Corner

    What adorable pictures of you two sweet sisters. Sister Gracie you look so very comfy. We are so sorry sweet Sister Zoe has diabetes but we are thankful it can be treated. We hope her insulin dosage will be regulated very soon and she will be back home with her loving family and doing a whole lot better. Hugs and nose kisses

  7. selina

    WOWZAH!! Hi Sascha! You look lovely today!

    WHOA! Gracie! MomKatt nearly fell out of her chair. Your curled toes, she said!!! And the belly – all fuzzy and just begging for a tummy rub!

    You ladies have a Happy National Cat Day and we hope Zoe is doing better today.

    Purrz!
    Selina

  8. Oz the Terrier

    Great photos, Brian. I sure am glad to hear that Sister Zoe is doing better. I sure hope she is able to come home and be with you and your family soon. Know that she is in my thoughts!
    Oz

  9. easyweimaraner

    have a good wednesday and if you visit your sister Zoe, please give her a hug from me. I hope she hasn’t to stay a long time in the hospital and I hope you all re together soon.

  10. Katie Isabella

    Oh Sister Zoe, I am so sorry mommy and I didn’t know. We ARE on FB but we spend little time there and mom doesn’t help me as much since she has lots of stuffs to do here at the house. I am sorry that your parents were so scared and I am GLAD that now, they know what is wrong. xxooxx always dearest little girl.

  11. Pat Hatt

    Sorry to hear about Zoe’s ills, but at least now they know and can treat her. Still diabetes is surely no fun at all. Quite the tummy shot haha

  12. meowmeowmans

    Sascha and Gracie, you two are looking fantabulous, as usual. Great whisker humps and belly and toesies! 🙂

    We’re glad that you finally know what ails Zoe. Hopefully you all are able to get her insulin levels stabilized. Hugs!

  13. da tabbies o trout towne

    zoe…we iz knot a loud on facebook…we wanted ta say we iz sorree ya had ta go bak two de place oh eeevil, but we iz happee a diagnoziz has been made…we hope ewe iz home by de time ewe reed thiz, or short lee after….sorree bout de crap azz diabeetez; we hope it can bee managed with diet ♥♥♥♥♥

    ~~~~~~~~~

  14. Cathy Keisha

    Sending healing purrz to Zoe. Now maybe she’ll get better on the insulin. Poor baby.

    Gracie, that’s some, um, floof you have. D.i.e.t. not working? I’m just gonna call you cuddly.

  15. The OP Pack

    So hoping today was a better day for Zoe. Another lovely Wednesday edition of the sweet Sisters.

    Woos – Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  16. madi and mom

    Brian we are so glad the vet figured out all that was going on with Zoe…
    My human sis’s cat, Harley, was diagnosed with diabetes about 4 years ago….once they got his insulin regulated he has been as happy as a clam…we know zoe will be up to her old tricks soon.
    Hugs madi your bfff

  17. Deztinee High

    Well Brian mixed news wiff Zoe, but happy dat yous now know what be wrong so she can be tweated. So glad she be duin’ better. Da ladies look quite bootyful. Hope yous all hav a pawsum day.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi

  18. Emma

    Oh dear, we didn’t hear about that! Hope they can get things under control so she feels better and can come home soon.

  19. Kitties Blue

    We are super sorry to hear this about Zoe, but now that you know the problem you can hopefully get her insulin levels back to normal, and she will feel better. We are going to be purring and praying like crazy for her. Gracie, purrlease don’t take offense, but you look a bit like the good year blimp, but still quite adorable. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  20. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    Sister Zoe we continue to purr n purray fer ya to get stabull n bettur n come home soon! ya meenz da werld to all of us!

    Sister Dolly yer lookin so furry n fine n Sister Gracie doez curly toesiez made mum squeel wif deelite! Me haz to say dey are lubly too 😉
    Much lub Nylablue n Mum x0x0x0x0x0x0x0

  21. mariodacat

    We’re sorry it’s diabetes, but at least you have a diagnosis and it’s treatable. We hope they can get her insulin regulated so that she can go home soon. Poor baby. Hugs from M for staff.

  22. Raven

    Purrs to Zoe. Our Barney lived with diabetes for 4 years (13 – 17 years old). We hope she’s regulated quickly.
    Beautiful eyes from Sascha today, and love Gracie’s curled tail.

  23. FiveSibesMom

    Glad to hear they have a diagnosis for Zoe and we are keeping her in our thoughts. xo Thinking of you all and sending out Husky hugs to all kitties on today National Cat Day!

  24. Fraidy Cats!

    aw, Gracie’s picture gave us a smile 🙂
    Brian, we did realize Zoe wasn’t well. We are purring for her and we hope her insulin doses will be sorted and she’ll be home again and feeling better real soon!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

  25. Clooney

    What cute pics of both of you sweet girls. We are so sorry to hear that Sister Zoe got feeling worse, huge prayers to her for feeling better and eating again ASAP, we are glad they finally figured out what was going on and we hope that she will be back home with you very, very soon.

  26. Marty the Manx

    POTP for Sister Zoe. Hope that she is going to be much better now that she is getting her diabetes regulated. Sister Sascha love those gorgeous blue eyes! Sister Gracie your tummy looks so soft and squeeeeable!

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