Greyhounds, photography, and mixing the two together...
So, so sad. Crossed paws and prayers for you, your family and Katie.
thanks, lori. this was something with luck we hoped to avoid. apparently not.
I told you this on FB, and I will put it here in public ... Katie has fantastic parents who will do right by her. Club Osteo has some amazing former and current members, none of whom do not deserve what happened to them. All of you are in my thoughts, as you and Katie make this journey.With love,Connie
thank you, connie, for your affirmation. as i had mentioned in other places, katie had an x-ray taken of her right wrist since that foot was knuckling under. but on the spur of the moment i asked if it'd be too much of a bother to take an x-ray of her right shoulder since it and the wrist are common places where osteo is found.i am glad and not glad that i asked.
I am so sad to hear this news! It's hitting pretty close to home right now, too. I hope that Katie has many more happy days with you and your family! Sending hugs and prayers to you.
thanks, carrie. we will do right by her, and will be here for her, for however long she's here.right now she acts as if nothing is amiss; it's very hard for me to tell her "no" when she wants to do certain things because she's to rest as much as possible.
So very very sorry. I do hope you and Katie have many wonderful days to come, I know they will be extra special and treasured. Good luck, stay strong and take care of all of you.
i appreciate your kind thoughts and best wishes for katie. we want to get this taken care of quickly and take the pain away. i have no way to know how much pain she's in, but she outwardly acts like nothing is wrong. last weekend she ran down the hallways in our house, and jogged down the sidewalks towards home during our walks because she's not particularly fond of being outside. i don't know how they are so stoic.
Very sorry. Hugs to Katie
thank you, trina. i very much appreciate your thoughts.
I was so very sorry to hear this news. We are members here too. Unfortunately, too many of our beloved greys are joining this club. I am thinking of you and your family during this time.
considering that this year is the 20th year that we've had greyhounds, i suppose the law of averages caught up with us in that katie is the first one to diagnosed with this. no grey should have to go through this.
Praying that Katie gets to be a long term survivor. So sorry you have to learn what it's like to belong to this club.
we certainly hope so. i'm hoping that the fact that the oncologist could not get do an FNA on her humerus a couple of days ago because it had not eroded enough is a good thing -- at least we are going to think so.
Welcome to the club nobody wants to join. My TriPaws are sending her good vibes.
gyeong, i'm sorry for what you're going through at present, too.