He was a pretty little kitten, plain mink coloured with a little brown nose, ears and socks. The colouring of a Ragdoll does not show fully until they are 2-3 years old.
We talked about it and decided that he was not going to make it and would have to be put to sleep.
With heavy hearts we went back to Catherine, out vet expecting her to agree with us.
Great news! It worked and Foggy came home cured and able to eat and grow at last. He had lost a lot of his early growth so we were not expecting the normal huge cat that Ragdolls become.
The bill came to £900 and because he was ill as soon as we got him we had not had the chance to get him insured. (we soon put that right).
Reading in a book about kittens, I discovered that cross infection was easily caused by prospective owners visiting various breeders in the same day and remembered the poorly little kitten at Norwich. I felt guilt that it may have inadvertently been us that had caused Foggy's illness.