for your prayers and soothing words of comfort. I have nothing but good news, and everything that you ladies have done with your prayers and good vibes has worked. I love you all so very much!
I guess I'm of the "half empty" rather than "half full" way of thinking, but life experiences sometimes does that to people, and I am one of those woeful people, much to my chagrin, though I try to think positive. I cried till my eyes were nearly swollen shut, prayed without ceasing and fell asleep in exhaustion. I couldn't even bring myself to call the vet this morning so Richard did. While I held my breath, I heard the happiness in his voice. "She's healthy and ready to go home?" We'll be right there!"
OMG, it was the happiest reunion I've had in a very long time. Amber was trembling with nervousness till we got closer to home, then she pranced in like she owned the house. I'll never jump to conclusions again. She's just very active, drinks a lot of water, pees a lot, and leaves huge clumps in the litter box. I'm just not used to this as compared to my other two cats, who are not as active, and the painful meows coming from Amber were in the beginning when she truly did have a bladder infection.
Thanks to all of you who showed concern, to Amber's Creator, and to her vet who was able to clear up her infection the last time and tell me to try not to worry. If I could have only thought positively. Love you all.....