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19-08-2014, 09:56 PM   #21

Re: Missing Cat


fantastic news, hope everything ok with Tom.



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20-08-2014, 09:29 AM   #22

Re: Missing Cat


Great! so good to hear he's returned home, nice done Tom, your mum must be so relieved



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20-08-2014, 02:30 PM   #23

Re: Missing Cat


Tom was pacing and yowling last night, couldn't seem to settle and lie down but he seems more relaxed now. Going to get him to vets when they are open just to check everything's okay (don't tell Tom that's where he's going though, don't want him running off again!)

He's been trying to "help" me type on Mum's laptop, unlike Ebony who refuses to go near laptops.



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20-08-2014, 05:36 PM   #24

Re: Missing Cat


hope Tom goes on ok at the vets



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24-08-2014, 09:53 PM   #25

Re: Missing Cat


Mum got Tom checked out by a vet nurse friend of hers (who offered to give her professional opinion as to whether Tom needed vet treatment), she said Tom is fine and chances are he was wandering around yowling because he was looking for my mum (she was away on holiday that night Tom was wandering and yowling)



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25-08-2014, 09:32 AM   #26

Re: Missing Cat


Good news, hope Tom has settled down now.



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25-08-2014, 06:11 PM   #27

Re: Missing Cat


yes hope he is ok now, what a lovely surprise for your mum on her return



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25-08-2014, 07:52 PM   #28

Re: Missing Cat


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Originally Posted by Phoenix
He's been trying to "help" me type on Mum's laptop, unlike Ebony who refuses to go near laptops.
He wants to tell everyone where he's been, and why.
Fantastic news Phoenix!, your mum and you can now start to recoup your frazzled nerves and let your nervously nibbled fingernails grow again! If only the little loves knew just how they are missed. I hope the vet gives Tom an 'all clear'. Please let us know.



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22-09-2014, 08:04 PM   #29

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Tom's come to the new house with me, he just wasn't coping with living with a teenager so when I moved earlier this month I brought him with me so he didn't have to stay in rescue yet again, I'm taking him to the vets for a checkup when the insurance paperwork comes through from my mum's (he was fine when he was found but over the past couple of days he hasn't seemed to like having his lower back touched, just gets a bit growly and not sure if it's bad mood or something developing, he's not aggressive about getting touched there he just growls and grumbles), he walks fine and eats well (he steals some of Ebony's food) but just want to know if he's got anything going on causing him to be grumbly and grumpy about getting touched on his lower back.



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22-09-2014, 11:14 PM   #30

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Good luck with finding out what's making Tom grumpy. He may have a bit of arthritis? Sounds like a good move taking him with you.



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