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Re: My cat is missing - Eastwick (Found)

Post by Samis Mummy » Sun Nov 06, 2016 6:48 pm

Crewella wrote:...... and even with his pronounced limp, Basil has just thundered past me at high speed, chasing Daz round the house in a mad five minutes! I may worry about him, his limp and his future, but he doesn't seem too bothered! :D
Lol bless him...I can see Sami doing the same thing..cats leave the worrying to us don't they?! X

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Crewella wrote:...... and even with his pronounced limp, Basil has just thundered past me at high speed, chasing Daz round the house in a mad five minutes! I may worry about him, his limp and his future, but he doesn't seem too bothered! :D
Lol bless him...I can see Sami doing the same thing..cats leave the worrying to us don't they?! X

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Post by Samis Mummy » Sun Nov 06, 2016 6:51 pm

alanc wrote:I was going to add, before Tilly came and sat on the keyboard, that if you have room, you should get two cages which can be set up door to door. Sami can then have one cage for an eating/sleeping area and a separate toilet area in the other cage. You can slide a board between the two cages to clean out the litter tray whilst Sami is in the other half. If, like my Tilly, Sami is a messy eater, three cages would be even better, to have a separate eating area so food does not end up on his bed!
Little monkey! I don't think the vet will lend us two cages! So they will say he can't come out of the cage at all? If it's big enough...he shouldn't have too much problems, but maybe with the litter tray lol! That always ends up everywhere! Not that I have it down all the time, but do over the winter as Sami won't go out in winter time...

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Post by alanc » Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:42 pm

Well, initially I borrowed one large cage from the vets and one small one from a friend with a small dog. After a few weeks of that, I went out and bought another large cage myself (passed it on later to another friend needing a cage for their puppy). Tilly wasn't allowed out of the cage for two months, the third month she was allowed out part time under supervision. Main reason why she had to be in a cage was she was not allowed to jump up or down, which precluded keeping her in a room on her own because of window ledges and things! Was also to prevent my other cat Badger from playing with Tilly. Mind you, it didn't prevent Badger from catching a mouse and giving it to Tilly to play with. I never let on that had happened to the vets, however!

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Post by Samis Mummy » Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:50 pm

alanc wrote:Well, initially I borrowed one large cage from the vets and one small one from a friend with a small dog. After a few weeks of that, I went out and bought another large cage myself (passed it on later to another friend needing a cage for their puppy). Tilly wasn't allowed out of the cage for two months, the third month she was allowed out part time under supervision. Main reason why she had to be in a cage was she was not allowed to jump up or down, which precluded keeping her in a room on her own because of window ledges and things! Was also to prevent my other cat Badger from playing with Tilly. Mind you, it didn't prevent Badger from catching a mouse and giving it to Tilly to play with. I never let on that had happened to the vets, however!
I see...I might see if someone in the village has a spare one...yes I understand why they need to be kept in the cage but thank you again for explaining...lol that's cool...we only have Sami so no one will be giving him mice! I will just see what the vet says and how big the cage is. I'm sure it will all work out...he needs not to be jumping about until both back legs have got a bit stronger... They have told me he needs to be kept in a restricted area...but maybe they will say how long he has to stay in the cage for...

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Re: My cat is missing - Eastwick (Found)

Post by Crewella » Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:09 am

I'm sure all cases are different, but Basil was allowed out for 5/10 minutes twice a day to 'stretch his legs' under close supervision, but wasn't allowed to run or jump. The vet originally said perhaps 6 weeks, then another four, then another two .... and so on until we got to 15 weeks and he was allowed out in one room, on his own, for a few weeks before finally being allowed free range.

I bet you'll be so pleased to have him home! xx

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Post by Samis Mummy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 7:07 am

Crewella wrote:I'm sure all cases are different, but Basil was allowed out for 5/10 minutes twice a day to 'stretch his legs' under close supervision, but wasn't allowed to run or jump. The vet originally said perhaps 6 weeks, then another four, then another two .... and so on until we got to 15 weeks and he was allowed out in one room, on his own, for a few weeks before finally being allowed free range.

I bet you'll be so pleased to have him home! xx
Of course every case is different, I would think! That isn't meant to sound rude...ok I'll just have to see what they say...because he has broken both legs and the open wound was very difficult, because where the break was...when did basil go through this?

Yes I can't believe he will be home so soon after being found...the vets have been brilliant, I hope Sami will be happy to be home too X

I'll let you know what happens today x

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Post by bobbys girl » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:25 am

Thinking of you and hoping his homecoming goes well. Please keep us updated. :D

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Post by Crewella » Mon Nov 07, 2016 6:39 pm

Don't worry, I didn't take it as rude. It just helps to know how things have gone for other owners, doesn't it! :)

This was about three years ago (blimey, I had to check!).

Thinking of you here too, all paws crossed. xx

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Post by Samis Mummy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:36 pm

bobbys girl wrote:Thinking of you and hoping his homecoming goes well. Please keep us updated. :D
That's kind of you...he's home and settled in his cage...has eaten, been to the loo and snoozed...but he's not particularly comfortable I don't think...but so far so good...he's not out of the woods by a long way, but they are really pleased with how he is getting on. Back on Friday to have the dressing changed!

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Post by Samis Mummy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 8:40 pm

Crewella wrote:Don't worry, I didn't take it as rude. It just helps to know how things have gone for other owners, doesn't it! :)

This was about three years ago (blimey, I had to check!).

Thinking of you here too, all paws crossed. xx
That's good...yes any advice and information is very welcomed.

Wow and basil is doing well?

That's kind of you...Sami is settled in his cage, although straight away tried to get on his chair in the conservatory! He doesn't seem comfortable...but I might get a little bed to put in there, he just has his fleece blanket from my German football team (no I'm not German, my favourite player...Sami went to a team there and I now support them...Sami is called after the player...)

So far so Good, but he's not out the woods yet...it's still going to be a long time til he's better.

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Post by alanc » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:05 pm

although straight away tried to get on his chair in the conservatory!
That sounds about right, Tilly approves of his attitude! Hope you make it to Friday before having to go and get the dressing changed - Tilly put her paw in her water bowl and got her bandage wet the first night so I had to go and get it changed the next day! (In typical Tilly fashion, she managed to charm everyone there and had all the vet nurses cooing over her.)
I think Sami would benefit from a slightly raised bed under his fleece as it will keep him out of draughts. Tilly has a Cotswold orthopedic comfort bed which is about 500mm by 500mm and 60mm thick, which she inherited from my old cat Misty, so was at least 10 years old by then. Unfortunately, I haven't seen them advertised anywhere recently.

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Post by Lilith » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:21 pm

Aww good luck Sami and so glad you were found, good healing vibes and best wishes to you x

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Post by Samis Mummy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:52 pm

alanc wrote:
although straight away tried to get on his chair in the conservatory!
That sounds about right, Tilly approves of his attitude! Hope you make it to Friday before having to go and get the dressing changed - Tilly put her paw in her water bowl and got her bandage wet the first night so I had to go and get it changed the next day! (In typical Tilly fashion, she managed to charm everyone there and had all the vet nurses cooing over her.)
I think Sami would benefit from a slightly raised bed under his fleece as it will keep him out of draughts. Tilly has a Cotswold orthopedic comfort bed which is about 500mm by 500mm and 60mm thick, which she inherited from my old cat Misty, so was at least 10 years old by then. Unfortunately, I haven't seen them advertised anywhere recently.
Lol Sami says thank you tilly! We wondered about that so took the bowl out again...not sure how to ensure he has water, any advice? Yes I keep being told Sami is a lovely little cat (not the first phrase I would use!)
Good idea...I might try and get something over the next couple of days...I've seen a couple of beds that might work..,I saw something for rheumatism advertised...but you have to order it...pets at home have some vet recommended bed, might try that or just a bed under his blanket. Thank you for your advice and hugs to tilly

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Post by Samis Mummy » Mon Nov 07, 2016 9:53 pm

Lilith wrote:Aww good luck Sami and so glad you were found, good healing vibes and best wishes to you x
Thank you for your kind words...Sami says thank you too! I can't believe he was found and is doing so well..,I think it' doesn't look great, because his fur has been shaved off...but he's putting on weight and seems ok being home

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Post by Crewella » Tue Nov 08, 2016 1:38 am

I'm glad you've got him home.

I did put a bed in for Basil at first, but he didn't seem to like it and chose to sit in the litter tray until I took it out again and just had a folded towel in there, as here. I tucked the water bowl in beside the litter tray.
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In the end, I found a flat sponge cushion, like the ones you put on kitchen chair seats tied at the back, and put that in under the towel. He seemed to like that so that's how it stayed for the duration. This was mid summer, so no issues of cold or draughts.

Give your brave lad a gentle fuss from me, and I hope he manages to get comfortable. xx

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:16 am

Crewella wrote:I'm glad you've got him home.

I did put a bed in for Basil at first, but he didn't seem to like it and chose to sit in the litter tray until I took it out again and just had a folded towel in there, as here. I tucked the water bowl in beside the litter tray.

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In the end, I found a flat sponge cushion, like the ones you put on kitchen chair seats tied at the back, and put that in under the towel. He seemed to like that so that's how it stayed for the duration. This was mid summer, so no issues of cold or draughts.

Give your brave lad a gentle fuss from me, and I hope he manages to get comfortable. xx
Basil is gorgeous :)

Sami was sitting in his litter tray...glad to know another cat has done this,,I've got a blanket with a rolled up towel down a side for him to rest against,,,and he didn't put his paw in the bowl? I might try that if it worked for you...I might ring and ask the vet to see what they did as well. I might put something like that under, but he did like his bed before...hes near a heater, and dad has put a blow heater as well in the kitchen area.

Thank you...ill pass that on to Sami...I've not heard him miaowing over night, so hopefully he's ok.

How shall I keep him entertained in the cage? X

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:16 am

My friends cat drinks out of a pint glass...I might try this just when we are here, just in case he knocks it over!

I went down to see him, he miaowed constantly for about 10 mins...then curled up and went to sleep just as I was going to get his food! I'll feed him in a minute though..

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Post by alanc » Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:51 am

On the matter of space, I ought to mention that Tilly is a Maine Coon and was already over a yard long at the time of her accident! Everything she has (litter trays and beds) tends to be on the large size. Giving her play room and giving her somewhere to move about without sitting in her litter tray/water bowl/food bowl was why I expanded her quarters a bit. I didn't take many pictures of her incarceration, but one I did shows the general layout.
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The view was taken looking over her litter tray, which is out of sight below the camera. You can see her bed in the distance her water bowl to the right and her Active Cat toy which kept her amused. Her damaged right back leg is not visible as she is keeping it out of sight!
Like you, I was very pleased with the service Tilly got from the Vets. All of them, the emergency vet, her own vet and the specialists in Solihull gave her first rate treatment, the most cheering thing about what was a very unpleasant experience.

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Post by bobbys girl » Tue Nov 08, 2016 9:44 am

I remember when Bob first came home we were still very worried about him. Not only had he had a major operation but we had just found out he was FIV+. We weren't even sure he would heal properly. We knew he had turned a corner when we found he had managed to jump into his hammock for a snooze.
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He felt very fragile - we really thought he might 'break'. To see him now you'd never believe it. I really hope Sami is the same.

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Post by Crewella » Tue Nov 08, 2016 1:13 pm

Awwwww look at Bob there looking fragile, bless him. It's good to look at it knowing he made such a good recovery! :)

Gosh, Basil's accommodation looks hideously cramped compared with Tilly's! However, because he had been wandering with a broken leg for several weeks, they had, in effect, to break it again in order to get it to set at the right angle and were worried about him putting any weight on it at all. They were happier with him in a small crate with just two 10 minute exercise periods a day to really give the break a chance to heal. He hated it, and I felt really sorry for him, but I think it was worth it in the end.
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I only ever filled the water bowl less than half way and had to change it several times a day because it got litter in it, but actually it never did get knocked over!

With Basil, he took about a week to get his bearings (this was a new home for him as he came in as a stray) and then wailed to be let out for a few days before seeming to resign himself to life in the crate. I used to just go up and sit in the room with him, especially as he was new, and would sometimes read aloud to him, but mostly I found it best to just leave him be. Hopefully Sami will settle down too. xx

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Post by Lilith » Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:14 pm

I like the heavy earthenware Mason Cash bowls that are virtually untippable -
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Errm yes, in the background that IS a carpet python emerging from a wine box, no you haven't had one too many coffees over lunch lol.

Well, what's so unusual about a carpet python emerging etc etc, doesn't every house have one? :lol:

Very poor pic but the bowl comes out good and clear; it's how I discovered them, with snake-keeping because snakes will move EVERYTHING.

Brilliant pics everyone else, though so heartrending in some cases - cats are so brave. They don't let anything keep them back. I once knew a cat rescue worker who had to nurse a badly burned cat; it was touch and go with him, but on Christmas morning he sat up and walloped hell out of the baubles on the tree and, as she put it 'I cheered him on!' He recovered completely :)

All very best wishes for Sami's convalescence x

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:38 pm

alanc wrote:On the matter of space, I ought to mention that Tilly is a Maine Coon and was already over a yard long at the time of her accident! Everything she has (litter trays and beds) tends to be on the large size. Giving her play room and giving her somewhere to move about without sitting in her litter tray/water bowl/food bowl was why I expanded her quarters a bit. I didn't take many pictures of her incarceration, but one I did shows the general layout.
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The view was taken looking over her litter tray, which is out of sight below the camera. You can see her bed in the distance her water bowl to the right and her Active Cat toy which kept her amused. Her damaged right back leg is not visible as she is keeping it out of sight!
Like you, I was very pleased with the service Tilly got from the Vets. All of them, the emergency vet, her own vet and the specialists in Solihull gave her first rate treatment, the most cheering thing about what was a very unpleasant experience.
I understand. Thank you for explaining .,,that's great you were pleased with the vets

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:39 pm

bobbys girl wrote:I remember when Bob first came home we were still very worried about him. Not only had he had a major operation but we had just found out he was FIV+. We weren't even sure he would heal properly. We knew he had turned a corner when we found he had managed to jump into his hammock for a snooze.rsz_024(5).jpg

He felt very fragile - we really thought he might 'break'. To see him now you'd never believe it. I really hope Sami is the same.
What a gorgeous cat...I think Sami could break, he's so precious! Thank you very much...I think he will be fine in the end :)

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:43 pm

Crewella wrote:Awwwww look at Bob there looking fragile, bless him. It's good to look at it knowing he made such a good recovery! :)

Gosh, Basil's accommodation looks hideously cramped compared with Tilly's! However, because he had been wandering with a broken leg for several weeks, they had, in effect, to break it again in order to get it to set at the right angle and were worried about him putting any weight on it at all. They were happier with him in a small crate with just two 10 minute exercise periods a day to really give the break a chance to heal. He hated it, and I felt really sorry for him, but I think it was worth it in the end.

Basilsnooze.jpg

I only ever filled the water bowl less than half way and had to change it several times a day because it got litter in it, but actually it never did get knocked over!

With Basil, he took about a week to get his bearings (this was a new home for him as he came in as a stray) and then wailed to be let out for a few days before seeming to resign himself to life in the crate. I used to just go up and sit in the room with him, especially as he was new, and would sometimes read aloud to him, but mostly I found it best to just leave him be. Hopefully Sami will settle down too. xx
Sami was outside with the two broken legs for three weeks...and they have told me he can come out just for a cuddle...but he's moving better today and seems more relaxed at home tonight.,,I see.,.we keep offering him the pint glass,,but he seems ok on the wet food he's on.,.i might try that I'm revising for a test at work...I could tell Sami!

I ate in the room by him, and he fell asleep. So I've left him be now...X

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 7:44 pm

Lilith wrote:I like the heavy earthenware Mason Cash bowls that are virtually untippable -

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Errm yes, in the background that IS a carpet python emerging from a wine box, no you haven't had one too many coffees over lunch lol.

Well, what's so unusual about a carpet python emerging etc etc, doesn't every house have one? :lol:

Very poor pic but the bowl comes out good and clear; it's how I discovered them, with snake-keeping because snakes will move EVERYTHING.

Brilliant pics everyone else, though so heartrending in some cases - cats are so brave. They don't let anything keep them back. I once knew a cat rescue worker who had to nurse a badly burned cat; it was touch and go with him, but on Christmas morning he sat up and walloped hell out of the baubles on the tree and, as she put it 'I cheered him on!' He recovered completely :)

All very best wishes for Sami's convalescence x

That's an idea,,,thank you for your kind words...so far so good

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Post by alanc » Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:12 pm

Three weeks with two broken legs! Poor Sami. I was very fortunate that Tilly was able to drag herself home (I had just gone out to look for her and met her on the road outside) and was at the vets within a few hours of her accident. On the water business, if Sami is eating enough wet food, he probably does not need much, if any, other water, especially as he is not active at the moment! According to my cat books, you should leave the water to stand in the bowl for some time to let the chlorine evaporate before offering it to your cat.

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Post by Samis Mummy » Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:33 pm

alanc wrote:Three weeks with two broken legs! Poor Sami. I was very fortunate that Tilly was able to drag herself home (I had just gone out to look for her and met her on the road outside) and was at the vets within a few hours of her accident. On the water business, if Sami is eating enough wet food, he probably does not need much, if any, other water, especially as he is not active at the moment! According to my cat books, you should leave the water to stand in the bowl for some time to let the chlorine evaporate before offering it to your cat.
I think it happened when he went missing,,,lucky you! I was lucky someone saw him out the pub window...ok I see..yes I knew that...he's always drunk it if it's tap water and has been in the fridge...or out of a bowl with pond water in!
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Post by Crewella » Wed Nov 09, 2016 8:06 pm

Your poor boy, when you think of them wandering alone and in pain for all that time ..... it just doesn't bear thinking about, does it. :(

Thank heavens you got him back and he is, hopefully, now on the mend. xx

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Post by Samis Mummy » Wed Nov 09, 2016 8:09 pm

Crewella wrote:Your poor boy, when you think of them wandering alone and in pain for all that time ..... it just doesn't bear thinking about, does it. :(

Thank heavens you got him back and he is, hopefully, now on the mend. xx
Thank you...yes the thought is horrible. Yes he's doing great...and has me wrapped round his little paw...again!

He's been out the cage for a cuddle and he seemed to like that.



There's a way to go but they are pleased with him, and everyday he is getting stronger and trying to use his legs

Thank you for keeping us in mind x

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