Up and down. Lives won and lives lost. Each day is filled with various happenings. The woman of Shanksteps 89 is doing well. Today another life is lost. In these past two weeks, two children lost to taking off of oxygen to soon. Two transfusion reactions with loss of life, one child, one adult. All four likely could have been saved if the nurses involved would have followed the patient well. Today will be another difficult day for Audrey. Her cat has been sick these past few days havingcopious diarrhea. Ive been giving him antibiotics for his size based on human child weight standards. He had become, what appeared to be, dizzy and fell down often with head wagging back and forth. This morning diarrhea was everywhere in the bathroom. He was covered in it too as he fell down often. I forced some antibiotics in him and some infant formula in a small amount. Up till today he has had a good appetite and drank lots of water. This evening when I got home he was laying still andhadn’t moved for a couple hours my house help told me. He was sprawled out and breathing very slowly. I pet him and he didn’t budge. I pinched him and he didn’t move. I called the only vet in Koza there is. He works only with cows. Im hoping he knows more than me about cats. While he was on his way I got an IV and IV antibiotics from the hospital. He struggled with getting a venous access. With his help I was able to place and IV line and started liquids. The cat moved all over so we sedatedhim. He used the dosing he new. Unfortunately it was to much. The cat stopped breathing. I did mouth to nose respirations. And after about ten minutes he started breathing again. I was very relieved. As the IV went in we listened to the heart rate and breath sounds (similar to human but faster). He left and slowly the breathing got deeper and slower. I started mouth/nose again. This time without success. His heart stopped as I did this. I am very sad and know Audrey will be too especiallyafter just loosing her mother and now her favorite cat. Please pray for her as when I tell her when she gets here that it will be very hard for her. On the up side, I am looking forward to Audrey and Sarah being back with me in a couple days. I am very blessed with a wonderful wife and daughter and am anxious to have them back with me. Thank you all for your support during these difficult last few months.