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    Sweet Lincoln

    Yesterday I said goodbye to dear Lincoln (also known as Linky, Linky Bink, Binky Boy, Bink Bonks, The Blueberry Bush, Bushy Boy, and the Link Man). In the past two months he’d been through an awful lot, from initially being diagnosed with kidney disease to finding out just over a week ago that...
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    The Latest On Lincoln

    Lincoln's medical saga continues (apologies for length!)... I've previously posted about Lincoln's diagnosis in May of early-stage kidney failure, and how he then wasn't eating much and seemed to be showing symptoms that didn't make sense for his stage of kidney disease. I am just back from...
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    Nausea Treatment: Cerenia - Anything Else?

    I have an appointment with Lincoln's vet on Wednesday for a follow-up. He's better than he was a few weeks ago when we first got the CKD diagnosis, but still not all that great. Eating continues to be the biggest challenge. He started Mirtazapine (compounded into a transdermal ointment) last...
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    Inappetance/anorexia - Tips Appreciated

    I had another long thread going about 13/14(?) yr old Lincoln's kidney disease, which was just diagnosed and which the vet thinks is early stage. I thought I'd start a new one for this particular issue. I've started giving fluids. I'm not sure they really make a big difference, but it's pretty...
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    Lincoln's Ckd

    I have posted on here before about behaviour, as Lincoln adjusts to living with me. I adopted him in late January from my aunt who has early-onset dementia. He is a senior, but I'm not sure how old - between 12-15. He went from a big house full of kitty siblings to a small apartment with just...
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    Travel Trauma....

    I adopted Lincoln, a senior cat (around 14), in January. After a period of adjustment, he is doing great and I'm completely in love with him. The vet says he's very healthy, and he has a good appetite and loves to play. He also loves visiting my parents. He adores other people and cats (they...
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    Overnight Adventures

    I posted a few weeks ago about Lincoln, the senior (12-15?) cat I adopted from my aunt who has dementia. Overall, the two of us are doing really well. He loves to play, his few little digestive issues seem to have cleared up, and he seems pretty used to my routine during the day. He's very...
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    How To Help A Stressed, Clingy, Noisy Cat

    I'm new to this site and new to cat ownership, although I grew up with cats. This is the first time I've had a cat of my own, though. I recently adopted a cat from my aunt, who has early-onset Alzheimer's. She had him for about 11 years (he was a stray that she adopted). We think he is about...
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