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    Logan, my plant eater

    Logan was doing well and leaving the plants alone all winter long, including my hibiscus.

    Then he decided to make a snack out of it.

    He hid the puked up leaves pretty well, but not the diarrhea outside of the litterbox.

    Called the vet this morning and plan on taking him in on my lunch break. He's eating and drinking water, and despite appearing poorly, he's been his usual 'follow me around, chatty self'. I just notice he sleeps more.

    Two days ago:


    This morning:


    Prayers for my Little Man.
    ~Kimmy, Kia, Chipper, Zam, Logan, Raptor, Nimrod, June, Mei, Jasper, Esme, Lucy Inara, & Morla

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    Vet just called and confirmed that I can bring him in at Noon.

    Wish me luck that he's not hiding.
    ~Kimmy, Kia, Chipper, Zam, Logan, Raptor, Nimrod, June, Mei, Jasper, Esme, Lucy Inara, & Morla

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    Prayers for Logan from Indy. I hope he didn't get sick from eating the plant. He looks a little under the weather in his picture.Poor little guy.
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






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    Oh poor Logan, it's no fun to have an aching tummy. Hope the vet can give him something that helps. You better put that Hibiscus in another place.

    Sending lots of good wishes and kisses to dear Logan.
    Randi



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    Just read that Hibiscus is one of the plants that can be toxic to cats. I hope that Logan vomited most of what he chewed.
    Prayers for a good report from the Vet.
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






    Men, it has been well said, think in herds. It will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one."
    Charles Mackay, Scottish journalist, circa 1841

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    I hope he'll be okay. Lots of prayers and positive thoughts are being sent his way.
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