*RIP* Jack

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Sex: Male   Weight: 8 lbs.

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-part feral-disabled -blind
-cat rescue

Orange Tabby

To come inside!

To be put outside

Favorite Toy:
Jack loves to chase one of the other cats, lol does that count?

Favorite Nap Spot:
On the couch

Favorite Food:
Reward Treats!!!

He can magically appear on the inside of a door he was just put out.

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
Jack became one of our cats when his sister needed urgent medical care. He and his sister, Sweetie, had been living behind our home for three years before we moved in. His sister became and inside only cat, as she recovered from surgery. Jack and Sweetie didn't like to be separated, since they had depended on each other for so long beforehand. We finally invited Jack inside so he and Sweetie could be together, and we have loved him ever since. Jack is very loving and friendly. He is very protective of his sister, and watches over her very carefully.

Jack has only one eye. We don't know how or why it happened. But Jack doesn't seem to be bothered by it at all. He chases and hunts just like any other cat, and is often leaving gifts and presents around the house (outside!) Jack passed away today. Please see his diary entry for 06.18.07 to leave comments. We will always treasure the memories of Jack. Rest in Peace Jack

I've Been On Catster Since:
May 5th 2007 More than 7 years!

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Jack's Diary

RIP Jack 06.18.07

June 18th 2007 5:38 pm
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Jack passed away today. He was happy go-lucky Jack when Hubby and I left for work this morning. When we came home, he wasn't at the door waiting to greet us. We didn't think much of it, until he never showed up. My sister was outside, and found him. He was laying in the neighbor's yard, already gone. We don't know what killed him, or when he died. There didn't *seem* to be any signs up struggle. A few things are odd, like his head was turned into the ground and some- not all, but some- of his claws were out, and some of his fur looked wet. We are hoping that he passed on without any pain, no matter what the cause was.

Thank you, to all of you that have been giving your time and support to finding him a home. I suppose he has been taken to the best home of all. We are glad to have lived with Jack, for the time he was here, and he will always treasure the memories of him.

Rest in Peace Jack
June 18, 2007



May 31st 2007 12:10 pm
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I have this thing around my neck now. The same thing that Sweetie and Piper have. It's some sort of identifier or tracker. Mama called it a "collar" when she put it on me. I didn't like that at all. I kept trying to pull away. I almost got away, too. But then Mama picked me up and held me in her lap to attach it to me, and I couldn't get away then. It isn't so bad now, I don't really even notice it. Just don't tell Mama that. I don't want her to think I *like* it or anything.



May 24th 2007 7:04 am
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Ohhh Mama is mad today. Last night, while Daddy was sleeping on the bed, Sweetie went in and peed on it. He woke up yelling and Mama came running. They got the sheets changed really fast (since they have had lots of practice lately), and then started the laundry, and went to sleep. This morning, Piper wanted to be let out first thing. I guess she knew what was going to happen since she has known Mama the longest, and I should have followed. Because when Mama got to the kitchen, she was mad all over again. She saw the new bag of kitten food knocked down and food everywhere. She came right away to put me outside, and I think she was even thinking about putting Sweetie outside. She didn't end up doing it, but we were both surprised she was even thinking about it. I'm going to talk to Sweetie about being really nice to Mama, and using the box instead of their bed. Sweetie knows better, but she still says it isn't her. We know it's her, and Mama knows it's her, so I don't know who she thinks she's fooling. But I tell ya, if Sweetie doesn't snap out of it, Mama is just going to get rid of her, and not worry about waiting until after she has the kittens or trying to keep her. Mama has been trying to convince Daddy to keep Sweetie, but after last night, Daddy was doing more convincing than Mama was. Even I am beginning to wonder if they are right. Mama may love all of us, but maybe three kitties ARE too much for this household.

Update: See Sweetie 06.04.07 for how we overcame this problem. All better now!

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