Saturday, February 21, 2009

A Tribute To Max

Died Feb 2009

He was 11 years old a very sociable feline and very Vocal , You could carry on a conversation with him .As far as we have determine He developed this ,

Saddle Thrombus (or Saddle Thrombosis) is a blood clot that started off in the left atrium of the heart and then moved out into the aorta (hence the term aortic thromboembolism). Once there, the clot travels to the junction of the aorta and into the iliac arteries where it gets stuck. Since the iliac arteries feed into the femoral arteries, which serve the back legs, the clot prevents blood flow to the back legs and is an extremely serious condition.

90% of the time, saddle thrombus is related to an underlying heart condition such as dilated or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (types of congestive heart failure). We have never heard of this and very devastating, we will miss him a great deal, a great companion he was

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