Maxy ((In Memoriam))

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Home:Raleigh, NC  
Sex: Male   Weight: 11 lbs.

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Maxy, Maxola, Mr. Maxy, M, Big, One, Mr. Ambitious, Louis Leaky, Baby Boy, Son

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Max loves chasing his little sister, Beakman.

Max hates getting his insulin twice a day.

Favorite Toy:
Max loves to play with pens and straws

Favorite Nap Spot:
Maxy loves to sleep on his favorite paper Bag.

Favorite Food:
French Fries and Oat Meal

He is an expert mouser and catches birds.


Arrival Story:
Max cam from Somerville, MA. I have to admit that I really did not like the fact that he came but he turned a man with a hardened heart into a complete softy. (Updated) On the eighth day of May of 2008 my dearest dude left me so that he could spend time with God. It has made my life really tough and I just can't seen to understand why when we love so much that something has to happen to impede our devotion. I really don't know what to do with myself without my Maxy boy. I feel so lost. Max ended up dieing from complications from diabetes which he had since 1998. No one can ever understand how great of a cat Maxy is. Even those at the NC State Vet school/hospital were touched by him. He was their miracle kitty. If I have picked up a lesson it is this; to positively touch those around you, all you have to do is LIVE. I wake up every day because I know that Max did until the very day his furry little body needed to stay asleep. I have NEVER loved anyone or anything like I love my dude. I am very thankful for all the people at the NC vet school/hospital for taking really good care of Maxy and Dr. Sarah Olsen for shedding a tear for Max and I. She is a gift from God who is completely unaware of her own worth and importance.

When Maxy came to live in Philadelphia I was not a happy camper because I really didn't like cats and also because I was so increadibly allergic to cats as well. Somehow I was able to get over the allergy problem and Max soon came to be my cat. Maxy and I love each other more than anyone could imagine. We have private time every day and I always sing to him on a regular basis. Most of the songs I sing to him are private songs that I make up but, I also sing to him a lot of French songs for him. He takes good care of his sisters, Beakman and Dagmar (a dog). Max's favorite past time is sitting on the chair out on the deck and soaking up sun and watching the day go by. I believe that Max speaks French and maybe other languages as well. Max has had diabetes but it seems like it doesn't get in the way. His blood sugar drops low on occasion but it's nothing a simple rubbing of maple syrup on the lips can't handle. Max is also an expert mouser. When I was studying in Baltimore, Max often proved the landlord wrong, that there were no mice in his building. He used to bring then right to my feet. He had so much respect for me! I know in our next lives I will be the servant of Max, my master. I love you Maxy Boy!!!

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