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Date Posted: 20:29:38 08/18/10 Wed
Author: Kelley L (:-()
Author Host/IP: pool-173-74-185-148.dllstx.fios.verizon.net /
Subject: Does my Little Foot have Cataracts??

Hello Dennis!! I tried emailing you a few months back...but it came back undeliverable. My Little Foot developed what looked like a tumor on right side flap. Since then, it appears to have healed. After that, he began acting like his old self. Playing, jumping, gliding. I was so thrilled to see my little old man acting like a kid again. He's...what....11 years old now?? Well the past week I noticed he's not coming out much, unless I'm delivering his favorite....meal worms! Right now he's dining on a hefty June bug whose must've overslept :-) Anyway, when I called him to come for his treat, again he didn't come right to me as he normally would. When he finally did come out, I noticed his right eye. It's cloudy white. He seemed hesitant of me initially. I don't think he could see me well. Finally when he realized who I was, he dove down my shirt and nestled against me.....so calm. He's never that calm this late at night. Can you tell I'm gonna miss him already?? Is his eye treatable? Should I get him to the vet? I've spent so many nights over the years helping him recover from this and that...I'm not ready to give up yet!

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