Arrival Story: We adopted her from a shelter. She had been there 5 months because noone would take a chance with her because of her respiratory infection. We went back and forth on whether we should take her for a month or so. There was a special connection from the first day we met her.
Her previous owners had not given her a name. So the shelter named her Dice for the black dot on her nose.
In the short time that we came to love her, we found that she had more than just a respiratory infection. That was a sympton of lymphoma which was actually a tumor behind her eye. Upon her becoming blind, we realized that we needed to do what was best for her. On October 21, 2008, we let our little sweet girl go to the Rainbow Bridge. We will never forget her. We are so happy and priviledged to have had her in our lives.
Bio: Through her struggles to get well, she was the sweetest kitty. Purrs and head butts were her way of letting us know she appreciated what we were doing for her. She loved sitting on our deck in the sunshine and sleeping on our bed.
Thank you so much sweet furiends for remembering me on my Gotcha Day.
Mommy and Daddy always say..What if??
I was a special girl that was meant to find them and so glad that I did.
I gave Daddy a head butt and a kiss right before I went to the Bridge. Daddy still tells that story. Sadly, he thought it was a sign that I was getting better. But it really was just me saying thank you for loving and helping me in the way I knew he would love.
Hope everyone is enjoying the summer.
Sending you all angel hugs & kisses from the Bridge. XOXO