Likes: Asparagus, Barbecued Chicken and her sides scratched like she's going through a car wash
Pet-Peeves: Kissing her on the head
Favorite Toy: Her food. She plays hockey with it, attacks it and then eats it.
Favorite Nap Spot: On the top of the dryer
Favorite Food: Purina Naturals with just a smidgeon of Wellness Canned Chicken.
Skills: She's special and everything she does is special. But, if she had thumbs she'd be scary!
Arrival Story: Phoebe was 6 months old when I found her at the shelter. The day I went, there were not very many kittens. Most of them had been taken to the PetSmart adoption day. But, Phoebe was left behind. She was called Mindy at the shelter. Her brother, Mork, was gone for the adoption fair. It was fate that she be left behind.
Bio: On May 29, 2013 Phoebe was diagnosed with Stage III Kidney Failure. Since the diagnosis I've done everything possible to get her back on a good track. She is stable and doing well. I'll be with my baby every step of the way. I will move mountains to keep her comfortable and allow her to be the cat she is. I love her so very much.
October 25, 2013 Sweet Phoebe was given her wings. I miss her and will love her always. She is free from disease and reunited with her sister. I miss them terribly, but we will find each other again.
God Bless my sweet Phoebe as she travels across the Rainbow Bridge
This is Phoebe's Mom and I just wanted to let you know what's going on with my girl.
She will turn 14 in a couple months and she started feeling quite ill. Now I know why. My stinker pot is in Stage III kidney failure. After some fluids and homemade gruel and lots of attention, she is doing much better.
She's now off fluids, refuses the prescription food, eating what she chooses and is feeling much better.
It will be day by day and I'm ready to go the distance with my baby.
She was diagnosed on May 29, 2013, just one month after I lost Darby. I was praying I would not lose another one of my best friends.
Say a prayer and know that she is getting anything she wants and all the love in the world. Quality of life is the most important thing for Phoebe. Right now, she's doing well.
I love her and my heart just smiles every time she comes to greet me in the morning. Each day, with her, is a blessing.