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Our cat, Maggie, is at the vets right now and she is only being given a 50/50 chance of making it. We were out of town this last week end and when we got home last night she was completely out of it. She is acting like she had a stroke or some other neurological problem. She won't eat and we had to give her water by a straw. So we are devastated and I am so angry that we weren't here. Will hear from the vet today and then have to make a decision what to do.

If you could spare any thoughts or prayers for my sweet Maggie, we would appreciate it. She is such a sweet girl and I am not ready to let her go.

Here is a picture of my girl-
 

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She is only 10, which the vet said is too young to be having these problems. She has always been an indoor cat, so it can't be something from outside.
 

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Oh, I am so sorry to hear about Maggie! Poor little thing, and 10 is most definitely too young. That's terrible. I will certainly be sending good thoughts your way.
 

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Oh Joann, I'm so sorry. Try not to beat yourself up about it, you had no way of knowing.

Prayers for a full recovery.
 

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I'm so sad to read this - having just ( and I'm talking about within the last 10 days) had a cat who couldn't want and was obviously neurogically impaired and is now back to jumping on counters and yowling (ya he's siameser) I am optimistic that you will be able to find quality of life for maggie for now

hang in there
 

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Joann, could she maybe have missed a jump and fallen while you were gone? Maybe it's a thump on the head that's got her out of sorts and she'll be fine soon. Prayers and good thoughts for Maggie.
 
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