Monday, September 22, 2014

Think Good Thoughts, Please

Our little Wylla will be visiting the vet for a teeth cleaning today. I wish it didn''t have to be done, she's pretty young to be having issues with her mouth, but she's been experiencing pain, so we need to address it and hopefully clear things up. The procedure itself is not a big deal, but there's anesthesia involved,  so it does make me a bit nervous because there is always some risk with that.  

So, please thing good thoughts for our wee girl today. She's in capable hands, and I'm sure she'll be fine, but positive vibes heading in her direction can't hurt!

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She's a little miffed at me this morning because I didn't give her breakfast.  Hopefully this is the hardest part of her day.

50 comments:

  1. Oh! Sending lots of good thoughts Wylla's way! <3

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  2. Sending good thoughts to you Wylla and to Mom. I don't like going to the dentist either even though I still get to eat beforehand.

    Rosemary K.
    Mpls, MN

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  3. Poor girl. Will send positive thoughts for a swift cleaning and soothing thoughts for both Wylla and you Laurie before, during, and after the procedure.

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  4. Oh, I was a complete nervous wreck when Rebus had his teeth cleaned a couple of years ago... I'll be sending positive vibes to Wylla and thinking of you, Laurie!

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  5. Absolutely - lots of good thoughts for wee Wylla!

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  6. Please keep us posted on our dear Wee Wylla! Best wishes from the Museum crew!

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  7. Hope all goes easy for Wylla. I had a feeling she was feeling under the weather, in recent pix she didn't seem to be as happy looking as usual. Anyway, you know the community will be rooting (no pun intended) for her!

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  8. Praying for good results Wylla. Teeth cleanings are no fun. But I suppose with your soft diet, things just happen.

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  9. Sending ALL KINDS of love and strength and good vibes....and I'm sure enough of us will do the same that she'll come back taller, longer, smiling and hungry! (Hugs to you, too, Laurie - always scary to take a baby in for care!)

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  10. Sending good thoughts!

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  11. Sending purrs and prayers for sweet little Wylla.

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  12. Sending purrs and good thoughts for Wylla. I hope everything turns out well and she'll be back to looking for kitten krunchies with the Von Tussles.

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  13. Many, many good thoughts and wishes will repeatedly beam their way to this special girl and her family.

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  14. Happy thoughts, baby girl!

    TinaK & The Boyz

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  15. Aged 13 we had 6 teeth out last year so I fully understand. I'm sure she will come back crazier than ever xx

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  16. Sending good thoughts too to Wylla and you! Lots o' hugs and head skritches....

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  17. Sending good thoughts and best wishes to you both, all day long!

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  18. Safe, healing thoughts to Wylla. You'll feel so much better afterwards, sweetie.

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  19. Lynn, Alex, Zoubi and IndiaSeptember 22, 2014 at 8:47 AM

    So much love to Wylla and to you- I will absolutely be sending the most positive thoughts for her safety and healing. I know she will enjoy eating with nice, healthy teeth. Hugs....

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  20. I'll be thinking of Wee Wylla today! I'm sure everything will go smoothly.

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  21. I will chant and pray for Miss Wylla Stout, I just adore her and the Queen Miss Charlene Butterbean..I know the heavens will protect this little angel, ciao!XXX()()()()

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  22. Sending loads of love and good healing thoughts.

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  23. So sorry Wylla! Please know that my guy Smokey had serious teeth issues and needed most of them pulled at a pretty early age. We decided against little kitty dentures, and he did just fine eating kibble for years -- if fact, he even gained weight after loosing the teeth because it didn't hurt to eat!

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  24. Sending the best for the little furry friend. Maine Coons are so sweet, yes...these things are tough for them. She needs hugs and head bumps!!!

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  25. Prayers going up. Anesthesia is always scarey. But most likely she will soon be home, stumbling adorably around as it wears the rest of the way off, and playing you for the extra attention/treats it will get her. Meanwhile, we keep vigil with you!

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  26. I'm sure everything will go well, but I hope Wylla's not too annoyed with you when she comes home...

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  27. Beams for the girl!
    and for you guys!

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  28. Sending good, positive thoughts out to our Wee Wylla! And to her mom, dad, and big sister too!

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  29. I hope they find the "root" of the problem! Good wishes for Wylla and family!

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  30. purrs and good vibes sent your way.

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  31. Good thoughts for a quick and healing cleaning, little Miss Wylla. I hope you are done, awake and back to your happy self!

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  32. Even if worse comes to worse, being a toothless cat isn't that bad. She'll just have to eat mostly wet food... Hey! She's already eating mostly (or all) wet food!

    I took care of an Abyssinian who lost his teeth at ~2 years of age because of inbreeding. After the surgery, he was SO much more relaxed and loving because he wasn't in pain. He also picked on his sister a LOT less.. Come to think of it, Wylla's recent hiding behavior might be due to pain stress, so that might cease...

    As for anesthesia, she's obviously healthy as healthy can be. I bet she'll sail through that challenge.

    Finally, look at the bright side. If she ends up with just her canines, she'll be the cutest little fang kitty just in time for Halloween (and might be more relaxed to boot)!

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  33. Sending prayers and good thoughts to your dear little girl. Hope everything goes well with dear Wylla.

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  34. Prayers to St Francis, patron of pets.

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  35. Wylla, here's hoping Mom doesn't whip out the camera while you are still groggy from your dental visit. Going to the dentist is not fun but for a kitten, not having breakfast is horrid!!!

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  36. Sweet Wylla, we'll be saying prayers and sending good thoughts for you today. You'll love having clean teeth and the wonderful feeling it gives your mouth. xo ~~Ron + Lynda

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  37. All best wishes for lovely little Wylla.

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  38. Beaming good thoughts all the way from DC, Wylla. xoxoxo

    Susan & Julie

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  39. My little family send good purrs her way! My diabetic, 16-year old Atticus wants you to know that he came through with flying colours when he had 7 of his teeth removed, just a couple of months ago. The anesthesia hardly phased him, and he bounced back quickly. Now, with a clean mouth and teeth, he gets even more kisses!

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  40. Sending good thoughts for Wylla's procedure and speedy recovery!

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  41. Wylla does look annoyed in your picture! purrs, hugs, head bumps, positive thoughts and lots of love coming your way!

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  42. Bless sweet wee Wylla. We'll all be watching for a good report.

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  43. Kisses and positive purrs for Wylla. Update us if you can

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  44. Sending good thoughts all the way from Scotland. It's so hard not feeding a pet prior to vet admission - I always feel like the worst person ever. I hope Wylla sails through today and returns home a happy kitty.

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  45. I'm thinking happy, furry little thoughts for Willa! My elder girl, who's only 5, had to go recently for her first cleaning and I was equally nervous, but it all went swimmingly. I hope the same is true for your wee one.

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  46. I'm catching this after learning that Wylla did fine and is okay, but I just have to say this the photo above is the best of this beautiful girl you've ever posted -- and that's saying something. We're so glad Wylla came through like the little trouper she is. <3

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