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Hmmm, proof that indeed...the cats are the masters of the hapless hyoomanz... smirk


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Glad to see your home Brad hope your feeling better and the treatment is working be interested to see your comments on the hospital visit.


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Hey Brad,
Glad to hear that you are home. I don't guess that I remember anyone dissolving a blood clot at home. This is quite a DIY project.. Take Care. Keep us updated.


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Brad, I didn't know they'd let you treat at home. Hope things are going acording to plan.


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So good to be home with your cat and dog, isn't it? Glad you are home and best wishes for a speedy recovery! Sorry you had to go through all this...
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Glad to hear you're home and on the mend. Brother, if there's anything you need, don't be afraid to ask. I can be there in no time!


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I'm glad you are home. It is always nicer to sleep in one's own bed. Hospitals are a terrible place to sleep in. With all the noise, the coming and going and the nurses waking you up all the time. I am praying that that clot goes away and does not cause any problems.
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Hey Brad,

Hope you are keeping well, and taking it easy.

As the owner of a jumbo kitty myself, I loved your comments, and can totally relate to them smile My female Chloe insists on sitting on my desk right in front of the keyboard when she thinks I am ignoring her, making it almost impossible to type or use the mouse! She too rules the house smile

All the best for a speedy recovery,
Emma.


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hi brad,

glad you were able to return to the comfort of your home (and critters) so soon. hope the drugs help keep the clots from returning.

thinking of you heart



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Brad, I'm glad you were well enough to go home so quickly, but curious about the 'hmmmmm' aspect. Overall, it sounds positive, however.

I totally get the typing with a cat draped over your arm. My Bink is always beside me on the couch. Not a problem usually, except when I'm trying to work on the laptop...or knit. She curls up ontop of my right elbow and I can't do anything!! laugh2

Warm hugs,


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