Thanks, MC, Right Sassy was one of my first (if not the first)
Persians. She was gorgeous, a golden girl. If the "owner" had been
more watchful but she's in her 80's, her husband died, she has round-
the-clock employees, its not a usual situation... if I had only
checked up on her...and so on. I have to learn to follow my
"hunches", cause both of those kitties had popped into my mind, but I
hadn't called. Sigh.
On Mar 22, 2008, at 10:12 AM, MaryChristine wrote:
oh, gloria, i'm so sorry...... i think i remember sassy, wasn't she
one of the ones who introduced you to persianhood?
sad that they don't tell us clearly enough that they're sick, so
that we can notice above all else.
as for valentino, that's the harder one for me. totally
preventable..... but we have to believe, somehow, that there's a
point to even things like this--tho darned if i can figure it out.
GLOW to heal your heart, as i know that it doesn't matter how short
a time a foster is with us, they remain in our families forever.
On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 10:37 AM, Gloria Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
I have two former wonderful foster cats that I've recently learned
Sassy - One died about a week ago, Sassy - she was a beautiful golden
Persian, about 10 years old, delightful cat. Long story short -
apparently Sassy got sick, and her owner also was ill and became
wheelchair bound, and nobody noticed that Sassy was sick.
Valentino - The other was also an awesome cat - Valentino - a medium
long hair black and white, a young boy, wonderful personality. His
people accommodated his desire to go out- they let him out and of
course he got run over. This happened a while back - 2006 probably -
but the family had moved and I just started wondering, located them
and found out.
It's so sad to lose cats like this, so unnecessarily.
Spay & Neuter Your Neighbors!
Maybe That'll Make The Difference....
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