Vada (in loving memory)


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Picture of Vada (in loving memory), a female European Burmese

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Home:Wausau, WI  
Sex: Female   Weight: 5 lbs.

PetCo picture by The Picture People 06/19/2011

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PetCo picture by The Picture People 06/19/2011

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PetCo picture by The Picture People 06/19/2011

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PetCo picture by The Picture People 06/19/2011

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PetCo picture by The Picture People 06/19/2011

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fast asleep

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"fast asleep"

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crashed

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"crashed"

I loved these mousies!

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"I loved these mousies!"

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Nicknames:
Registered name was Bodyguard's Vada

Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

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Quick Bio:
-purebred

Gotcha Date:
May 21st 2011

Birthday:
February 1st 2011

Coloration:
Tortoiseshell

Likes:
her big brother Rider

Pet-Peeves:
the vet

Favorite Toy:
toy mice, wand toys

Favorite Nap Spot:
With Rider

Favorite Food:
Pro Plan Selects kitten

Skills:
She was going to be a show cat

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
I was ready for another kitten, and called Linus' breeders. They had this beautiful brown tortie girl for me, and I named her Vada after the "My Girl" movie. A little over a month after she moved in, she started developing some health issues. Initially the vets thought she had a portosystemic shunt... but her liver issue resolved on it's own and her bloodwork changed pointing to FIP. The breeder's vet was able to get her into a clinical trial, and she moved back with the breeder, but sadly Vada took a turn for the worst and had to be euthanized due to FIP Nov. 2, 2011. She was only 9 months old.

Bio:
FIP is caused by corona virus. Up to 80% of cats will test positive for corona virus. For reasons not understood, in about 5% of cats, the virus mutates into FIP which is 100% fatal. FIP has been identified since the early 1960's but is still very poorly understood. There is no definitive test, no treatment or cure, and no vaccine (the vaccine available is very controverisal and generally not recommended.) FIP typically strikes kittens or occasionally elderly cats. The WINN Foundation is working on FIP research with the assistance of the Bria Fund. Unfortunately research and funds are just not there for cats like they are for dogs.

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