Photo Comments Sex: Male Weight: 3 lbs.
Leave a treat for Thai ~RIP 4/26/07~
Catster stats for Thai ~RIP 4/26/07~
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Thai-Thai, Baby, Ping Pong, Baby Thai Thai, Thai-pingpong-a-long-a-long
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April 14th 2006
Torturing his new brothers & sister (who are older & more mature), chasing his mommies' feet, climbing the furniture, trying to be a big cat, eating (a lot & as often as possible), sleeping on his mommies (he loves to cuddle), talking to his mommies
being squirted with the water bottle & being bored when his sister & brothers are sleeping
our feet, cords, straps, anything he's not supposed to play with, his sister & brothers' tails, and the little balls with bells in them when all else fails
Favorite Nap Spot:
anywhere on his mommies
his yummy kitten kibble (it's all he's had so far)!
other than talking to us, not really much of anything
One of his mommies works at a vet clinic and they rescued some kittens from a local shelter that were going to be put to sleep. Everyone took the others but he was the sick one...so his mommy took pity on him and brought him home "temporarily." Once his other mommy saw him, however, it was quickly decided he would be a permanent member of the family! We've nursed him back to health (we were scared there for a little, but he made it)... and now he acts like any normal kitten.
April 26th, 2007
Just to let our animal loving friends know....
Jess & I lost Thai today. He was our Flame Point, year old Siamese. For those who don't know about him we rescued him last June from Cobb County Animal Control. He was very sickly but we nursed him back to health and since then he had grown into a bright and energetic young cat.
2 days ago he became listless and lethargic and his appetite decreased. I took him to an internist who diagnosed him with acute anemia. After extensive testing we learned that it stemmed from Feline Leukemia. He had been tested for FeLV as a kitten but occasionally it will not show up until later - like in his case.
We spent time with the internist discussing prognosis before making our final decision. As much as we wanted him with us for as long as possible we were only going to be buying US time - not him. The internist gave him 2 to 4 weeks with a transfusion - 24 hours without it. We made the decision to let him go and we are crushed but feel we did what was best for him.
I held our sweet boy and he purred until the end. We will miss him so much.
I've Been On Catster Since:
|June 21st 2006
||More than 10 years!
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