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I unexpectedly lost one of my house cats last night. He was 7 1/2 years old. He was a large ragdoll cat. His coat was really soft with some unique markings. He was laid back and very affectionate. He loved to be combed. I saw no signs that he was ill at all. He had a massive heart attack and died. I already knew that several pure cat breeds (ragdolls are one of them) have genetic heart problems but I still wasn't expecting it. I have a 14 year old Himalayan that is showing his age and I was expecting him to go first.
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So sorry you lost him. He was very handsome.
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I'm sorry to hear you lost your cat so unexpectedly. It's always difficult to lose a cherished pet. He was a beauty.
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i am so sorry schnookie!!!
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