Louie the Lover Angel Guide

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Picture of Louie the Lover Angel Guide, a male Domestic Shorthair

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"Louie the Lover, Angel Guide!"

Home:Ridgewood, NY  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 10 lbs.

Yes, please, I

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"Yes, please, I'd like some more petting!"

Waking from naptime

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"Waking from naptime"

Miss Charlotte

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"Miss Charlotte"

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Here is my friend Miss Charlotte, she is an angel too

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"Here is my friend Miss Charlotte, she is an angel too"

Pompadour came to the Bridge August 2011. I knew him a long time. It

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"Pompadour came to the Bridge August 2011. I knew him a long time. It's good to see him again."

Pompy got his wings!

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"Pompy got his wings!"

Pompy at the Bridge

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"Pompy at the Bridge"

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

May 5th 2008

Black and White

Being petted and being close to people.

He's about as perfect as can be-can't find one.

Favorite Toy:
catnip mouse

Favorite Nap Spot:
in a cardboard box on the floor with a blanket.

Favorite Food:
He's fed what is donated which is mainly 9 lives.

He taps your shoulder and rubs his face against your cheek.


Arrival Story:
Louie is up for Adoptoin with a local rescue. He's a lovely sweet cat who actually taps your shoulder for attention. He is FIV+ and because of it, has been overlooked, though he's a complete and utter gentleman, loves other cats, and is peacable and homey. Louie was found hanging around outside an empty house. His people had moved and left him behind. A kind volunteer scooped him up and got in 'in from the cold'. But Louie longs for a home of his own where he will be cherished and loved.

Louie is very sweet, and needs a home where he can be loved, cared for and live in comfort. Being FIV+ doesn't mean he's 'sick', in fact, FIV+ cats can live healthy long lives-my sisters cat Blackie just passed at age 16. You look into Louie's eyes, and you see the love there, waiting to be shared with that 'special someone.' Please contact if you would like to meet Louie! 4/13/2011 Louie became very listess on Sunday, and wasn't eating on Monday evening. We took him to the vet yesterday and today the vet office called and said that Louie is probably at least 10, and that his kidneys are very bad. We're trying to get a hold of the vet to find out if there is anything we can do. Louie is such a sweet cat, and we hope that they can give him some medicine to help him. This just seems so unfair. 4/13/11 Tonight Louie flew to Rainbow Bridge. It was found that his kidneys were shutting down. They still don't know why. Louie is one of the most gentle and sweet cats I've ever known. He loved everyone and we're so sorry to lose him on this plane. See you later, see you later, see you later, Louie, til we hold you purring again.

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Louies letters

Thank you for thinking of me on my Bridge Birthday!

May 6th 2012 7:26 am
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Thank you all!
I am here at the Bridge, and I shared my birthday with many cats yesterday! I want to thank all who thought of me.

I lived many years in the rescue...and leapt to the Bridge suddenly. But I am not sorry. I had a life of being with other cats, and people who petted and loved me.

I would encourage any of you out there considering adopting to adopt an FIV+ cat....or an FELV+ cat (if you haven't a cat and have a heart open to love).

Many of us remain in shelters...or barely survive on the street, hoping and praying for a good and responsible home.

It was clear to the rescue when they got me that I had once been 'someone's. I was always loving and gentle.

I want to thank you all for your kindess and thinking of me. I am very honored and am extremely moved by eveyrone who took the time to wish me a happy birthday.



thank you Willow, at the A team for my wings!

August 1st 2011 10:22 am
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It's a special day when a cat gets his or her wings!
Though it doesn't ease the pain, it does make those of us who have crossed the bridge feel special.

Willow has done such a wonderful thing! Thankyou Willow, for me and for little Miss Charlotte!

We would like to say something.....

Thank you to all out there who help us. We may have lived in a shelter, spent time there, and made friends there, but we were...are....loved.

Thank you to all who cared enough to bring a Fur in from the Cold.

We love you, and may stardust sprinkle you with good fortune and much, much love.

Louie, and of course, Miss Charlotte


Miss Charlotte welcome to the Bridge

July 21st 2011 9:42 am
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Oh it's so difficult sometimes here. Not because of the Bridge, which is a beautiful place, but because when a kitty we know and love comes to join us, there is always a bittersweet moment.

If I could say to the humans we leave behind, 'be comforted' and 'It's ok' I would. I would snuggle beside you and say 'It's ok, really it is."

As your lovely face appeared, Miss Charlotte, you who have lived in the Well room and who I saw only on occassion after the tests were done and you were well and I was FIV+-well, when I saw you come up so shyly and rub your head against Queen T and how Boxie Brown came and groomed your ear and how you saw me and you said 'Well, Louie, at long last!" But I could see as you cast a glance back behind you that you were knowing what I had known....how do you leave behind those who have loved you and feel so helpless at your crossing? We don't have a say in this, really...for we choose this.

Oh, that those good people who love us grieve so...how can we comfort them? And you convey to me that you know how sad they are, and how they are so sad they weren't able to do more for you....

Miss Charlotte, I understand. I know it is sad because we can't tell them that we are fine....and that perhaps, it was, no matter what, our time. But it's hard for those who love us.

Gentle people who gave us a home with each other, and did their best, even if they think not.

I did not live in a 'real home'. But I had a home where I was loved and petted and picked up and had food and a warm place to sleep.

Your eyes are so lovely, and you're so pretty here...and now not troubled by the limits of age and being ill. That they couldn't give you back youth, or good health....that you had just come back from the vet...well, they feel they should have done more, done better....but they did what they could...

And maybe, Miss Charlotte, as you touch noses with me for the first time in a long time....and your purr grows from soft to a low steady vibration that sends out rainbow colors into the air...showering down tiny sparkles that turn to tiny butterflies that swoop toward the blue green of earth with purspose...maybe, just maybe....these messengers bring with them a smidgen of peace and hope for those we leave there.

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