17 thoughts on “Come down, Frimousse!

    1. Le Maitre de Frimousse Post author

      I make them with a camera or with my smartphone. And then I upload them on https://vimeo.com/
      I have an account, which is free. Then, when the video has been uploaded I click on “share” and copy what is writen under “Embed”
      and paste in the article in mode “text” for WordPress or “html” on some other programmes.

      Well, it is about the last time Frimousse really rushed down and ate. Today he ate very very litttle and moved about very very slowly….
      Have a nice day – here the day is over. Frimousse is upstairs for the night.

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        1. Mary McNeil

          I read on the French blog that the sun is out and he is in his garden. Even little things can be enjoyed, He is taking it moment by moment, not thinking too much, which is something so hard for us humans ! Purrs and soft head rubs,
          Maybe more music today ?

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          1. Mary McNeil

            “Every sunrise gives me a new day to love you !” -from Nellie’s gift for today.

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    1. Le Maitre de Frimousse Post author

      5.30 pm. Frimousse has spent a good afternoon outside. If we didn’t know his illness is fatal, we would think he’s recovering! But his stomach is getting bigger and bigger. ..

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  1. Timmy

    Being a Nurse I am all to aware of Ascites. It does not cause pain in and of itself but does show the underlying tumor working.
    We loved seeing him run down the stairs and eat although it is bittersweet. Purrs and Prayers to you dear Frimousse and your wonderful parents for taking such good care of you.
    Timmy Dad Pete and Family

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    1. Le Maitre de Frimousse Post author

      I understand ascites does not cause pain. But Frimousse find it more and more difficult to gotup or down stairs or even walk And I wonder whether it pushes on his bowels and his bladder. Causing important discomfort.

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