Thank you so much for all your kind words regarding my cat Louis. We took him back to the vet yesterday and he had further blood tests and an x ray. They were going to sedate him for the x ray but he was too ill and it would have been too risky but they managed to do it without sedation. The x ray showed a large tumour surrounding his liver and the blood tests showed that in the two days since his last one he had become even more anaemic. The vet told us he had about 24 hours left to live. I wanted to bring him home to be in his own home but the vet advised us that it would not be a good idea so with a very heart we had him put to sleep yesterday afternoon.
I cannot believe how quickly this has happened just two and a half weeks ago I was scolding him for jumping on the kitchen workshop to try and eat the Sunday roast! He was a rescue cat and originally my daughters but when she had an episode of her illness 5 and a half years ago he came to live with us and then stayed with us. He was a huge cat but the most gentlest cat, he never scratched or tried to bite even when Harrison was loving him! He would come up to my craft room and make himself cosy on top of whatever I was doing:
Take care xx