Thank you for being the way you are, thank you for your heart, for being in this world, for loving and rescuing cats, and doing till the impossible for your furry children, even when I never met you before, I could never thank you enough. I'm really happy to find angels like you, sometimes I lost all hope on humanity, but someone like you gives it back to me again.
I have one question... My cat ((May she RIP)) got cancer in her shoulder. Before it started really swelling ((Not even a CM if at all)) the vets said it couldn't be removed because there was a possibility it may have been in her heart. Is that true, and if it is, would it have been smarter to amputate anyway, to give her a bigger chance? ((Since you obviously know enough about it))
I hope your kitty gets better. Mine, obviously, didn't. Her shoulder ended up bigger than her head ((Before you ask - she went missing for like 3 months or so a week after she went to the vets, so yknow, it's not like we were neglecting her or anything))
((What's an EMT - out of curiosity))
Yeah, we thought it grew pretty quickly, but she was surprisingly well - considering she had been missing for a long time and was practically skin and bones when we found her again. ((We think she was locked inside somewhere by mistake, which is why we couldn't find her)) But we did our best to feed her up again and make sure she was happy and well looked after while we tried to save up for the vets.
((At the same time as her, we had a cat with a sensitive stomach, and another with thyroid issues, plus we'd recently put down our dog who was suffering from seizures, so yeah, money was a little tight at the time. Coincidently - all of these problems started after the government sprayed the area several times for Painted Apple Moths (It was allegedly unsafe for humans... ) so I'm blaming that, but that's sorta off-topic))
I did not know that actually. That's amazing... and actually kinda sad...