May 15, 2013

Straw Hat and White Whisker Wednesday


~Thank you all for your purrs for Neytiri, it is much appreciated.  She had something affect her digestive system, was put on antibiotics, had a food change and is currently on the mend.   As we are still working things out here, continued purrs would be most welcome.  Thank you for your friendship.~

24 comments:

  1. Sorry we missed something! We're glad your beautiful girl is on the mend. Sending purrs for continued healing. XOXO

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  2. That's a good update! We'll continue to send purrs to sweet beautiful Neytiri. :)

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  3. Glad she's doing better, but we'll keep the purrs and prayers going that she gets completely well!

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  4. I am continuing to purr lots for Neytiri - please keep us posted!

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  5. Neytiri, I'm glad you are getting better. I hope you feel 100% well soon. You have wonderful mom to take such good care of you. And Mr. Clooney must be worried about you very much...we continue sending purrs and prayers to you.

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  6. Continued purrs and purrayers! We're glad you're on the mend and hope a food change will do the trick. If you need a probiotic, Purina's FortiFlora is very tasty -- we get it daily, mostly to entice Derry to eat his canned food. LOL.

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  7. Oh, and if you have IBD, there's TONS of great info on the web, and we think Yahoo still has its Feline IBD group too. (Hope it's not that, though, as that can be tricky to deal with.)

    Oh, and slippery elm is awesome for soothing the digestive tract. You make it up into a syrup and give before meals, but it also can be sprinkled directly on the food (works better if given before, we understand).

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  8. Here's the recipe, in case you need it:

    Slippery Elm Syrup Recipe
    (A good “food herb” tonic to help with vomiting, diarrhea, and other intestinal upsets in cats)

    Put 1/2 cup of COLD water and 1 teaspoon of slippery
    elm powder (you may have to open the capsules if you don't have it as loose powder) into a small saucepan. Whip it up with a small whisk or fork. Bring it to a simmer over a LOW flame, stirring constantly. Do this for about
    1 to 2 minutes, continuing to stir. Cool it off and refrigerate.

    This will keep for about a week.

    The best thing to do is to give to kitty about 1 teaspoon of the syrup about 15-30 minutes or so before meals. Alternatively, you can sprinkle some of the slippery elm
    powder on the food, but in acute situations (vomiting, nasty diarrhea) giving the syrup BEFORE meals can be much more effective.

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  9. We are happy to hear Neytiri is feeling better. We hope she feels 100% better very soon! You are both in our thoughts :)

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  10. We are so glad that you are on the mend. We will purr and purr just for you. Sending a few woofs your way too.

    Peanut & Marshmallow
    Ruby & Pearlene

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  11. Such a beautiful picture of Neytiri and her hat. Neytiri, we are so glad you are feeling better, sweet one.

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  12. Neytiri you have a glow to you!
    We are sooooo very glad you are doing better.
    -continued purrs-

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  13. We are keeping prayers going up for sweet Neytiri and we hope she continues to be on the mend and will be all well and doing good very soon. Hugs and nose kisses

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  14. neytiri...we can send ewe even MOR blessings oh St Francis for continmewed grate health...we can send sum trout two if ewe wood like...it doez a kitteh good !! :)

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  15. We're so glad that Neytiri is feeling better now. We continue to purr for her until she is 100%!!

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  16. May Neytiri continue on the road to recovery!! Mega purrs and headbonks from Austin .. and the Staff (though not the purrs and headbonks so much!!)

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  17. Yikes, I missed that. We are all sending our biggest and best purrs to the beautiful one.

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  18. I suppose we missed your post, but we sure hope you are doing well...you are such a beautiful lady!!
    Purrs,
    Kitty

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  19. Sweet girl, we are so glad to hear you are improving!!!! Sending more love and purrs until you are all better again :-)

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  20. We are keeping the purr motors revved up! Get well soon young lady!

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  21. The girlcats are still purring here for Neytiri. We are glad to hear she's on the mend.

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  22. We'll be purring for Neytiri.

    Thank you so much for your kind words about Auntie El's passing. We're sorry it's taken so long to reply but Mom is having a hard time. It's comforting to have the support of the Cat Blogosphere at this sad time.

    The Florida Furkids and Mom Sharon

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