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Friday, 01 October 2004



My thoughts are with you & Satya. It's very difficult to be a caretaker when your loved one can't explain what s/he feels.


She seemed to have rallied overnight and ate - a teaspoonful at a time - three times before mid-day. Also drank some water. But this afternoon she's weaker again and can't jump up into the chair. I've folded a flannelette sheet and put it on the kitchen floor in the place she seems to be favouring. She purrs away if I pick her up and cuddle her. Sadly, I can't carry her about the whole time. The other two cats seem to know something's up - they're very attentive to us; more so than usual.

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