Thanks Mr. Salkin,Yes he was thin but not under weight, no temperature. Had been ill with diarhia for 3 weeks, and not eating much. No sickness but they had always had upset tummies as in all cats? No sickness found and very clean in himself? But he was out most of the day, very shy cat but so loving. A Nowegion forest cat. The bigger of the two was the boss. Rescued ones; we had them 3 years ago.
Taken to emergancy vets, and gone. Our poor cat? Two exrays, opened up and advised to put him to sleep. I should let this go I guess? But surely we should have felt the cysts Don`t worry ,I will understand if u do not reply.
Thanks again, yes, the vet had explained all the imfo. But it does`nt
really tell the layman does it? I should have liked to have been there when the vet took them and I think it is a good idea for people to be asked to be there. He was warm but seemed to be very heavy when I picked him up
as if he had been dead a long time As u know they warm the cages sometimes they are put in
Thank you once again, u are very kind to answer back, Would one see the cysts on the exrays? and on seeing how big they are; would a vet then open the poor thing up?
We put him in our garden. He was or seemed to be very heavy when picked up just two hours later after op and very warm. He had been the
vets for 24 hours and operated on at about two`ish the next day.
I will get more imformation.
Then would they have to had opened him up Mr. Salkin? would this have been to see how far it had gone? unnecessary perhaps? Thanks for your responces, I`m grateful to you.