Scuffs (Rainbow Bridge)

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Home:Springfield, OH  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male

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Uncka Backstep has taken care of me like a momma from day one ... although I

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"Uncka Backstep has taken care of me like a momma from day one ... although I'm still not happy about the bathing part."

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

January 1st 2011


I likes my Uncka Backstep the best of anything.

Favorite Toy:
My favorite toys are Willows Worms - I takes them from the other kitty cats .. teh heh hee!


Arrival Story:
Meow, my name is Scuffs. On a February cold winter ice storm evening or the next morning a meanie stuffed me and my furblings in a box, taped us up, and left us in a parking lot. It was so cold and I was so scared and I was in there furever crying and crying and no one heard me :'0(. Finally someone got curious about the sound coming out of the box and opened it. The someone was crying and crying when she lifted out my furblings because they were not moving, and she cried even harder when she found me under them all cold and scared and crying. The someone wrapped me up, put me in this thing that moves, and took me to a place safe and warm. I was wrapped in a nice fuzzy blanket and placed in front of this hole that warm breeze come out of. I was still crying and crying. This boy kitty cat come up, wrapped around me, and licked my head. The someone told me my new friend was Backstep. I finally stopped shivering, but still whimpered all through the night, and Backstep was there with me all the time reassuring me that I was now safe. The next morning the someone cleaned all the yucky pee and poop off from all over me (she didn't want to do it while I was still cold), fed me kitty formula with an dropper until I was all full, told me I was all safe now and she was my Grammie-kins, and I finally stopped crying and fell asleep. Grammie-kins didn't put me a Catster page straight up because another someone wanted to give me a forever home when I was weaned and strong, but it all turned out that my forever home is with Grammie-kins. With the help of the vet guessing my approximate age, Grammie-kins settled on January 1st as my birthday. Paralleling a new beginning for Scuffs and a new beginning for a New Year seems to fit. So here I be on the Catster and I'm ready to Scuffs all over it!

Forums Motto:
... and now I give you peace

I've Been On Catster Since:
March 17th 2011 More than 5 years!

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The Hardest Choice

December 26th 2011 3:45 pm
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Today at 3:00pm (est) Mommy and Daddy helped me to Rainbow Bridge.

I haven't seen my first furday, and that has me feeling sad for Mommy and Daddy. Sometimes life happens, like for me I could not go potty anymore.

When Mommy took me to Vet I was so full it took 4 caths and overnight to get me unfull, but I would just fill all the way up again the in two days. There is a operation that can help pee better, but all that really does is slow me down in getting all fulled up in only two days after each time I get unfull, and it will be a lot of my life spending overnights at Vets away from Mommy and Daddy.

Vet let Mommy and Daddy know that me being so young, less than a year, made my chances for a good long and happy life very dim.

Mommy and Daddy don't want my life to be sad and anxious and the pain of being drained all the time. Mommy and Daddy want my life to be that little saved kitty some heartless jerk taped in a box to die that grew up strong and handsome. The life that ran tearing down the stairs every morning like a heard of elephants. The life that had to give baths to all the other kitty cats in the house, and the dog too. The life waited patiently for his turn at the treats. The life that was well mannered. The life that gave back more love than given.

I know Mommy and Daddy, this was one of the hardest things you ever had to do. As time goes on, I need you to think often of these words of Constance Jenkins and how much we love each other:

"I loved you so, my little one, that love will never cease

"I gave you warmth, I gave you love, and now I give you peace."

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