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I decided to take advantage of the Comcast Homepage that you get when you sign up for your cable internet services. I’ve made a basic little website there, which will allow people to buy my wallpapers and desktop backgrounds for $12 on CD (including free ground shipping), or you may purchase them once at a time for $0.25 (cents). I haven’t finished putting up pages for the ‘purchase one at a time’ still working on those. I’ll put them up a page at a time as I complete them. You can check that out here.
Darcie was infamous in her time, and went by many nicknames. Dar-Roo, Dar-Cougen, Dar-Dar, Fuzzy Girl, and Girly. Most of you may recognize her from the “Furry Fury” episodes. She loved basking in the sun where ever it could be found. Her favorite treat... Moist Whisker Lickin's tuna flavor. Her favorite toy... A balled up piece of paper whacked, and chased around on the kitchen floor. This was a sight to see, and often left observers laughing madly. She loved snuggling in the laps of her loved ones, and often came to bed to snuggle during the night. Darcie was an awesome bedtime snuggler. She loved laying in your armpit with her head on the pillow (or your arm), and tucked under the covers. She had a purr so loud it often kept you awake, and sounded similar to a pigeon coup. No Joke. When Darcie growled she sounded like a small cougar. Hence the nickname Dar-Cougen. Beautiful girly... She was a fighter to the end... Our little trooper. You are already missed, sweety. Love You, Forever.
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We took her in for her appointment yesterday, and had the x-rays done. She has Lymphoma. It’s so advanced it’s riddled through her entire body (including her lungs). There is no treatment our veterinarian can offer other than treating her for pain to try and make her comfortable. She also gave us a number for an oncologist. To get further information. So, that we are making the informed, and right decision. Our veterinarian gave us her condolences, and handed Darcie’s x-rays to me for review by the oncologist. If Darcie is treated with chemotherapy it might help her to live another month. Not much of a quality of life on chemotherapy weekly, in my opinion. Plus they can never fix her paw. The cancer has eaten away at her paw, and it’s set in her lymph glands. I see no point in chemotherapy, or anything else invasive. She would die on the table, because of how cancer riddled her lungs are.
I just want to make her as comfortable as possible with what time she has left with us.
She has an appointment tomorrow to get her right front leg X-Ray’d. She doesn’t seem to be in pain, but the leg is getting worse. She’s not using it as much, and she is scooting around on three legs carrying the other. Darcie isn’t as fast as she was with four legs, but she’s still going up and down the basement stairs over four times a day (on three legs). She isn’t behaving like a wounded animal. She’s still eating, drinking, and going to the bathroom normally. Darcie isn’t as physically active, but scooting around on three legs is a little more tiring.
She is officially 15 years old.
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