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grasswire Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-11-07 12:03 AM
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5. I would encourage you to try touch.
Perhaps she will soften up in that regard, as she surely must miss the connection as much as you do. And if she will allow you to lay your hand on her body as you speak to her, I think some vibration will be evidence of your communication to her. Also, I think the tip in the linked article about blowing gently in her direction sounds like something you could do when you want her to know you are paying attention to her.

Having had and lost three elder cats in recent years, my heart is breaking for you and your dear one. Hold on to what's left -- every sweet nuance. The worst is yet to come, but very act of tenderly caring for her will help you get through this.
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