July 11th 2014 2:13 pm
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Mama doesn't come into Catster much anymore, but wanted to stop by for my special occasion. Many of you know my history. I came here weighing one pound at about six weeks old. I had a very messed up leg, I smelled icky, I had a bad cold. I spent the first 8 months in a cage and then had surgery to remove the messed up leg. That surgery was four years ago this past February. Yesterday was my birthday. I'm a happy, mostly-healthy five year old now!! I'll always have issues with the sneezies since I have chronic sinusitis and I'll always be small (about 6 pounds), but I'm just more amazing every day. I love my food and treats and playing and all my siblings. And I'll forever be mama's tiny miracle. :D Thanks for the birthday wishes!!
July 10th 2011 7:47 am
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Mama hasn't been in Catster for several months. It's not the place it once was and we all dearly miss it. But this is a special occasion and there were so many here who made it possible we just had to return for a moment.
I'm two years old today!!!! If it weren't for all the purrs, advice, love and support from the wonderful cats and people we met here, I wouldn't have made it. Yes, mama took great care of me when I was so sick, but everything y'all gave me helped so very much!! Thanks to YOU I'm starting yet another year in the life of a spoiled housecat. I'll never be totally purrfect due to how sick I was, but I'm healthier than mama ever thought I'd be. I'm five pounds of high-speed, furry, purring, growling, biting love thanks to mama and all YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love you all!!!
March 16th 2011 11:53 am
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Catster will never be the same. There have been changes since I've joined my family that mama liked or didn't. Cats have come and gone that we love and miss. But today, it was forever altered. One of the last, great cats of Catster is gone. Hazel Lucy was, to us, one of the best and greatest of her breed. She helped me get all the purrs I needed to get well when I was such a sick, tiny kitten. She has always been there for SO many. Whether it be raising money, lending her shoulder or wiping your tears with her paw, Hazel Lucy was ALWAYS there. There are not words in my tiny cat heart to express the sorrow and sense of loss we all feel. And I know my pain is nothing to what her mom is feeling. For any reading this who had a conflict with HL, please, let it go. Keep her and her mom in your thoughts. A beautiful angel on earth is now an even more beautiful, totally healthy angel at the bridge. I'm sure she's snuggling her husband close and purring for her mom.
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