March 17th 2009 3:58 pm
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My sweet little princess decided it was time to leave us even she loved her home. Her little body, just a bit over 2 kilos/5 pounds gave up and she purred when she left us.
This am the sun was shining and miss Cindy wanted to go out and snift the crocus and snowdrops, of course she layed right in them, purred while looked up at the sky and looked real sad at me. It was right before her check up, so I took her up in my arms and carried her out to the taxi. We met Thomas at 10 am. He was so sad right away when he saw her and you could tell the shock it was for him too. I started to ask and he finished my sentence about the only gift left for Cindy was to let her go. I got some time to call Karsten, she was laying there on her blanket and purred real loud and Karsten heard her last purr on the phone, Thomas came in and gave her the injection while she was in my arms.....she was calm and started to lick my hand real gentle. Then she layed on the table and got her injection while I petted her and had my crying face down in her soft and thick fur. She looked so peaceful. Thomas cut of a bit of her fur and I took off her collar with the special tag "Princess" on. She has been such a fighter, so brave, amazed the vets again and again, but her time was up. It was not fair to let her live, she didn't wanted it. I wisped a lot of words like thank you for 15 amazing years and how much mom and dad loved her and how special she always was. She knew she was our princess and so loved.
Thank you to all who have sent me helpfull links, good wishes and shared it with us. Cindy felt it was the end now and she will always live in our heart.
She fought CRF for almost 9 years with low numbers and hardly any complications, she had a seizure in January and her blood pressure got up high, which we didn't manage to control this time. Her little body was tired and her fight had ended.
She left at 10.20 AM local time.
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