Favorite Nap Spot: On the back of the recliner, in my box on the kitchen counter, or on the hamper in the bathroom
Favorite Food: Tiki Cat moist food, cheese
Skills: I am a great jumper! I can also yowl really loud!
Arrival Story: Teebo and his sister Callie were part of a litter of cats that a co-worker had rescued. My husband and I went to go see the cats and I fell in love with Teebo, and he fell in love with Callie.
Bio: Teebo is the most affectionate cat that I have ever met. He is always purring and snuggling with me. In fact, he's up on the computer desk by me right now as I type this!
I made my journey to the Bridge Friday afternoon. It was very zen and peaceful. I purred to let Mom know that it was okay to let me go and to let her know that I could feel all the love and purrs from her and Dad and the vet and staff and all of my wonderful pals.
The beautiful Samoa greeted me and showed me around and I got to reconnect with so many of my wonderful friends! Rose wasn't so happy to see me, but she was never that fond of me here on earth, so I wasn't so surprised. I'll keep trying to win her over!
I do miss my Mom, but I know that we'll be reunited again someday. Thank you to all of my wonderful friends for all the support and love they have given us - we appreciate from the bottom of our hearts.
Wowzers! It's been waaay too long since I've been able to write in my diary!
I had to take a big long trip in the car on Wednesday to a place called Port Washington. It felt like forever, but Mom says it was only about 90 minutes. She had a litter box for me to use in case I needed it (I did).
When I got there, the people started shaving my precious belly fur and put weird gel on it. Then, they started rubbing my belly with a machine. It felt pretty good. They were looking at a screen and said they were looking at my insides.
After they looked at my insides, they brought me back to Mom and Dad and said that I had a large mass growing on my spleen that was likely cancerous. Sadly, this means that I will likely be making my journey to the Bridge sooner rather than later.
In the the meantime, I'm enjoying the extra love and cuddles, and getting to eat all the Fancy Feast that I can eat!
I promised Mom that once I made my journey to the Bridge that I would keep watch over her and all the other kitties in the house (as if she needed to ask - silly Mom!)
I know this isn't exactly a happy update, but I wanted to let everyone know so it didn't come as a shock when I made my journey.