Thursday, October 23, 2014

Today is a good day

it suks trying to make biskits on my blankie wif dis stoopid bandij.

gittin the last vet sink owt ov my furs





From da Mom:  Damn, spoke too soon again.  The oncologist just called and the largest tumor was malignant, the 2 other were not.  Honey will need to start radiation either next week or the week after.  And now she is talking possibly chemo also because this type of cancer, fibrosarcoma,  has a 15% chance of spreading to other parts of the body.  All of this will be weighed with her quality of life.  The chemo done along side radiation causes the radiation side effects to be more pronounce.  The chemo does not have many side effects in cats as it does for people.

7 comments:

Marg said...

We are just glad that you still have the bandage on your paw. We would have taken that off long ago. What a good kitty you are. Glad to see you still feeling good. Have a great afternoon.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

You do look like you are feeling much better, Honey - paws up!

Louche Tabby said...

Yoo is stealin' all of my poses, Honey Pie!

Victoria Henderson said...

A ton of purrs & mojo, Miss Honey!! The boys & I are thinking of you, and lighting a candle for you amd for your mom!
~Vicat, BratCat, Rags, and Geo!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

We are sending lots and lots of good vibes.

Purrs,
The Chans

Helen said...

Purrs to you Honey - we love you! (((hugs))) - Angel Parker's Mom

Marty the Manx said...

MOUSES!!! Can they do radiation first then the chemo?