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Old April 22nd, 2005, 09:43 PM
Safyre Safyre is offline
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My grandma's kitty was pts on Wensday evening, I found out tonight.
he had a heart murmur his entire life, which only got worse with his age. He had arthritis and was losing weight within his last weeks, he was no longer enjoying life, but tried to make others enjoy thiers. he still was the 'lover', the one that would jump to your lap just to purr.
His buddy Cherokee doesn't know where he has gone, and I think he is grieving his buddys death more than the family combined.
Lover is in a better place, where he can walk without pain and his heart and beat freely.
I just hate losing animals ... he was 14 yrs old. I've known him over half my life.
I don't have pictures of him, boy was he beautiful. The longest tail I have ever seen on a cat, he could seriously hold his tail over his back and touch his head with it. long hair tabby, with kitten like fur his entire life.

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Old April 22nd, 2005, 09:51 PM
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It's so hard to lose a good friend. :sad:

sorry for your loss, and kind thoughts for your grandma....
If you are wondering if your dog can count, hide three cookies in your hand--and give him two!!
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