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Sandy (In Loving Memory)

Siamese/American Shorthair
Picture of Sandy (In Loving Memory), a female Siamese/American Shorthair

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Lugnut, Largecar, Sandy Ro Ro, Blue Eyes

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sleep & play with Ashley

Doesn't really have any

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Nap Spot:

Favorite Food:
Shrimp, Crab Legs, Venison

Shes a survivor


Arrival Story:
Sandy came into our lives after we lost our precious Boo Boo Kitty. They said she was a tornado cat. She was declawed and found after a tornado by the humane society, so we brought her home. I think she has always longed for home wherever that was.

Sandy has always given other cats a hard time. Smokey was scared of her. She bit Oreo all the way through her jaw. Enter Ashley, Ashley could care less if Sandy is mean, she jumps on her anyway. We call that Smokey's revenge. She does love Oreo and they have grown closer since Smokey's passsing. Sandy sleeps alot and we're not sure of her age but I think she may be older than we think. Sandy and Ashley are starting to be good friends. They play alot together. Sandy went to Rainbow Bridge at 9 am this morning, 03/14/2006. Our last act of love was to let her go. Sandy was a tornado cat. She was found in a little town called McRae Ar. She was always a surviver and a strong baby. On Friday 03/10/2006 , Sandy called out for me. She said "MOMMA" plain as day. We had never heard her do anything like that before. She got sick. A few months ago I noticed that she had started to SNORE really loud. We didn't make the connection as to what was going on. Sandy had congestive heart failure.She had also slowed down a little. She had kept her appetite . She didn't stop eating until Friday. We think she may have suffered a heart attack. Dad took her to the vet on Sat. morning. It didn't look good for her. We got medication for her, but it was to late. We spent the weekend holding her, singing softly to her and just stroking her fur.We took her back to the vet on Monday morning. We started an IV with fluids and lasix and nurishment for her. She seemed to get a little stronger. She didn't want to let go. She even growled at the vet, which was just like her old self. We would have to medicate her just to take her in for her shots or she would have ripped him apart.This morning she was still fighting to stay here with us, but it was a fight she was loosing fast, she was suffering.We had to let her go. It was our last act of LOVE. Please be aware of any change in your babies, no matter how small. Tend to their changes for you never know what they truly mean. We will miss her greatly.Love Moma, Dad, Miss Oreo and Ashley Lynn. Sandy, you are FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS....

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 18th 2004 More than 12 years!

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