|Hudson and Asha|
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Some days are harder than others
I need to let you all know that the black stray that was found in our sunporch yesterday has passed away. We named him Webster. He was a very very old cat, already in kidney failure and in the dying process when we found him. He ate a little yesterday but would not today. We kept his 2 heater pads all warm and toasty. This morning I reheated them for him. When I went to sweep his room, I thought he was sleeping, but he had passed away. We barely had him 24 hours, but knowing that he was warm, tended to and petted on makes me happy that he was here for his last day. I also need to give you a heads up on Snooglies. She is showing all signs of kidney failure now. We're prepared to make her time with us as comfortable and pleasant as possible. She's sitting with me right now. I have been honored to have this grand ancient cat with us these past few weeks. Bella's bottom sore appears to have a little bit of healing going on! We will continue working on this very difficult problem of Bella's. Farrah has been 5 1/2 weeks seizure free so far! She continues to take her meds every morning and evening in the pill pockets. We have thanks to give for some boxes and 1 envelope that we received yesterday. Dave and Cyndi from CA sent money that was earned at a rummage sale. Thanks for your hard work. Bubba sent a case of Friskies, a can of KMR Powder and Babycat Royal Canin dry food! Guaranteed all of this will be well used! We also had an anonymous donor of 2 cases of Friskies and 1 case of Fancy Feast. I'm grateful. Kiara our sweet cat got her own card from Sabrina (Cantoncat's cat)! Kiara is strutting around here bragging to all that will listen to her. Kiara asked if I'd give a special thanks to both Sabrina and Canton for their sponsorship! Tomorrow at 2:00 is our Pet Blessing, sponsored by the Rescue Center, officiated by Rector Gene. If you would like a special blessing on your pet, you can have him/her in your lap or a picture close by. Just would like to tell you how much I appreciate all your support. It's awesome and humbling and it's what helps to keep me going. Thanks! We do have some good news. I've heard twice now from Patricia Ann's new family. All is well. No cats, no kids makes a difference for this particular cat. They are being very patient with her.
Posted by Kurt at 11:35 AM