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This month has been hell. Not sure what I did to piss the universe off, but I'm being spanked hard. First I tripped over my son and slammed into a glass sliding door, then I banged up my new truck and then a couple days later I started spotting and went through hell week waiting for my mmc to be confirmed. (Not fall or truck accident related). Last weekend I fell down a flight of stairs at a waterslide park.
Anyway, I did a stupid stupid thing last night. I have a cat with a heart condition that needs to take these prescription meds. Ever since my loss I've been a bit distracted and because of this I accidentally gave him double his prescribed dose last night... just before I was going to bed. Our poor vet had to get a frantic call from me last night at 1 AM, because I was sure I had killed my cat. She said he "should" be fine, but with my luck lately, I fully expected that he would get sick and it would be my fault. Who knows what they are going to charge me for the emergency call.
Silly as it is, this cat made me believe in miracles because he went into congestive heart failure a week before his 1st birthday, and almost died 3 times in one week. He is now almost 3 and has been doing great since. He costs me a fortune, but he's my miracle boy and has really helped get me through this loss. To think that I could have done something to hurt him is just killing me... I'm stupid today :(
He's fine and totally himself right now, but I realize I dodged a bullet and learned an important lesson about paying closer attention.
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