Fox We miss you!

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Foxy, Foxy Girl

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Gray and White

Sleeping, eating soft food, playing with the laser pointer, cuddling with Shasta, watching animals out the window with Shasta.

Being ignored when she wants attention.

Favorite Toy:
The laster pointer dot! Catnip toys. Furry mousies!

Favorite Nap Spot:
In the picture window, on the couch, on the bed, in the clean clothes.

Favorite Food:
Maxx Cat Chicken. Soft food!

Everything about her is special.


Arrival Story:
After our first cat, Kitty, passed away I found myself drawn to a local cat shelter, Touched By A Paw. I talked my husband into paying it a visit. He was drawn to two kitties that had to go together. They were "brothers". Well, after adopting them and taking them to a vet, Fox turned out to be a sister!

Their original names were Fuzzball and Shortie. They were returned to the shelter twice. The first time they were kittens and had played with the blinds in their first home, which angered that awful man. The second time the lady that adopted them got a job that took her out of town a lot. She had someone coming in to care for them, but later decided it wasn't fair to them and once again they went back to the shelter. We are lucky to have them.

Forums Motto:
Love me!

I've Been On Catster Since:
July 16th 2006 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:

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My Diary

My Tail of Devotion for Fox

August 23rd 2006 9:41 pm
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We said good bye to Fox on Aug. 8, 2006. Her colon had a cup like thing at the end and she couldn't pass stool. By the time the vet figured out what it was, her system was shutting down. The choice to say good bye was hard, in that we didn't want to say good bye. We knew that it was the right thing to do though. My husband sat with her and said good bye. I sat with her and kissed her and said good bye. Then I held her paw in my hand while the injection was given to her. She will be missed by her human and animal family.

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