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My cat is diagnosed with leukemia. He has 4 months to live. What am I going to do without him? 🐈‍⬛

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  • 27
    Make ‘em the best 4 months of his life. God bless him.
  • 24
    Give him all the premium tuna and look forward to the next 8 lives.
  • 11
    :'(
    Sending love & loads of ear scratches..
  • 5
    That's terrible :( just spend a whole lot of time with him
  • 8
    @Cyanide @rutee07 Well said
    Gotta love like a king/queen

    @iiii Unnecessary at this time.
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    @iiii he's only 8, while his breed usually lives to be 15–20 years.
  • 5
    Thanks for all your comments fellow ranters!
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    @electrineer Yes, but don't tell anyone.. 😉

    P.S. you are glitching..whad'ya do?!
  • 7
    @sladuled I took my pants off and the content ran away
  • 0
    Premium cat food?
    Lots of hugs.
  • 0
    I hope you don't mind that I hijacked the thread. The ones who commented before me got it so right that I had nothing to add.
  • 1
    Sorry to hear that sir. Feed him plenty and give him all your time. (I have 3 kitties)
  • 0
    Get them to drink this instead of ordinary water:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

    Related info:

    https://youtube.com/watch/...

    > How To Make Deuterium

    > Depleted Water DDW

    More useful for the comments section:

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    The best water naturally occurring is antartic ice water at 89 ppm. Drinking antarctic ice water for a life time from birth would let you live into your 140's possibly 160's. Even just drinking ddw below 150 ppm will have a dramatically positive effect on the human body. This is all new information to the average person, I'd say 99% of people don't even know about this new research and discovery.

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  • 4
    My experience of pets dying is, you get another one.

    I suppose just like romantic partners..

    I'm reminded when I see a dating advert and they want someone with pets.

    I do have a pet, but they are buried in the garden, does that count. :-)

    A bit like one date asked me where my dad was, I said "In the sideboard"..

    Well, his ashes was in a jar there !
  • 1
    @Nanos you sound like an AI. "romantic partners"
  • 1
    @codecrow

    You have to be so PC these days. :-)
  • 4
    @codecrow

    One of my projects is to develop an AI with my personality, so that I can leave to take over my chatting when I'm gone, maybe it will be good enough that no one will notice and wonder why I'm still alive in 500 years time..
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    @Nanos bit hard but i agree.

    @eeee I would stuff it with food. Health is not a thing anymore. Maybe think about why it's u healthy.. There's some bad breeding going on. I like dogs more but I understand the affection. Have strength
  • 0
    Good luck friend. I hope you get through this or something good happens :(
    Cats are really adorable and its always sad to see them go.
  • 4
    Life is too short. It's not like you're immortal either.
    Put things into perspective, and adapt another kitten sooner, so that he has someone to play with and you're not completely alone after his passing. I'm sure he loves you and doesn't want you to be sad and suffer, but shit happens. So do take care of yourself, because he loves you. (don't make things harder for him by being sad and sobby. You do know cats feel their owner's distress, right?)
  • 1
    I heard honey bee venom destroys tumors. Thats my two cents rumor mongering. If hes gonna die might as well try everything.

    Wish you luck. Sorry about your cat.
  • 0
    I might suggest a dog instead of a cat next time.

    Related link:

    https://sciencemag.org/news/2019/...

    h t t p s : / / w w w . s c i e n c e m a g . o r g / n e w s / 2 0 1 9 / 0 2 / r e a l i t y - c h e c k - c a n - c a t - p o o p - c a u s e - m e n t a l - i l l n e s s

    Or even one of these:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIBO

    h t t p s : / / e n . w i k i p e d i a . o r g / w i k i / A I B O
  • 2
    I already have a dog and 7 other animals around the house. This cat was our first, though. He might have lived for 20 years, now he's going away sooner than he deserves, being 8 years old.
  • 0
    @eeee woah, what animals you got in your zoo? And how is the mood of your cat atm?
  • 2
    @rooter horses and chickens (and the occasional rat and mouse, but that's where our cat came in useful). The cat's currently doing ok. Not great, but he's eating and drinking better than before. He's still kind and loving as always, but less proactive.
  • 0
    @Nanos you're quite special dude with your last post
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