Hello out there!!
April 28th 2013 10:55 am
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Would my friends do something very special for me, please? Light a candle for a dear Catster friend, POO, who has been diagnosed with an inoperable malignant tumor in his throat. Treatments do not promise much hope so his mom and dad Jim are going to love him lots and keep him comfortable and happy for as long as possible. Poo is just 11 years old, the same age as my sisfur Aggie who just left for Rainbow Bridge, and their stories are so similar that Aggie has told Poo she's now his very special Guardian Angel. Here's the link for the candle group. Thank you for doing this for a dear friend in need of prayer.
April 28th 2013 6:53 am
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I'm doing the Happy Dance with all my angel friends at the Bridge, these angels really know how to celebrate ... we're doing a heavenly congaaaa!!
April 27th 2013 4:34 pm
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This is Maria, Aggie's typist and human mom. I want to thank all her loving friends and their humans for the loving comments on her diary entries, for the beautiful stars and rosettes you have left on her page and for the pawmails of love and support.
April 25th 2013 4:52 am
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To have loved and then said farewell,
April 24th 2013 3:31 pm
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My parents lovingly let me go to the Rainbow Bridge this afternoon, I was suffering too much to wait until Friday. I went peacefully being loved by my Dad and Mom with one of my wonderful vets, Dr. Robinson, attending to me.
April 23rd 2013 5:17 pm
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This Friday, April 26th, my pawrents and my vet, Dr. Pamela Wood, will be helping me leave for the Rainbow Bridge. Dr. Wood will come to our home so I can be surrounded by my family and in familiar surroundings.
April 23rd 2013 12:11 pm
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With a broken heart & tears streaming down my eyes I am writing this. Maria and I cannot let our sweet, loving soul kitty suffer any more. She is not able to eat even though she tries, but spits up most of the food as she has much difficulty swallowing. Most of the time she also has difficulty breathing. It is the most heart wrenching thing to see your soul cat suffer so much. We will be seeing the Vet this afternoon with Maggie for blood work to see how far her kidney failure has progressed and will set an appointment with the Vet to come to our home and send Aggie to Rainbow's Bridge. My God, what a difficult thing to do, I am having a difficult time functioning at work and mentally I am having a hard time staying on task, any task. It is amazing how a 4 legged fur child can affect your heart. Aggie picked me when Maria & I went to Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League to adopt a companion for Maggie whom we adopted just an hour before. She immediately became my Soul Cat and we formed a strong bond. A piece of me will be taken when she crosses over.
April 23rd 2013 6:49 am
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How can I possibly show my gratitude to all the wonderpurr furs and humans who have showered so much love on me by sending me pawmails, leaving pressies on my page and making all these precious pictures for me? "Thank you" isn't enough.
April 22nd 2013 6:37 am
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Can't believe my eyes - diary pick again!! Let's do a conga, but not a very wild one because I'm tired today. *shakes her butt a little, a soft kick left, a soft kick right* CONGAAAAA!!!
April 20th 2013 6:02 am
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Our Aggie is fading, this last shot helped her for a couple of days but not as much as the first or second shot. She looks tired and very distant at times. I wasn't going to share this because I know some people don't believe - last night we consulted an animal communicator who helped us with Aggie some years back. I wasn't going to share it because I didn't want to upset anyone but, as I thought about it this morning, I realized this is not about anyone else, this is about Aggie and her family, it's about Allen and I needing to know how she feels and what she needs from us. Aggie knows what is wrong with her and she let the communicator know the cancer has spread, she indicated the abdomen area. She told us what signs to look for that will let us know it's time to let her go. But when that time comes we will sit down with her and tell her to rally if she wants to stay with us longer, the animal communicator instructed us to do this, she said she has seen it work with many animals, that they sometimes rally more than one time before they move on. We also heard briefly from Maggie and Clawdius and Aggie told us she has talked to Claw about what is wrong with her and that he can also smell it on her breath. She wasn't as talkative as she was on that first consultation years ago, perhaps she's tired or perhaps she knows the love we've shared with her since she adopted us in 2005 is all that matters. Today she's with us, she's out in the patio enjoying some fresh air and the warm Florida sunshine she's always loved, we put up some of the sun shades so she can relax and enjoy the gift of today.
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