so sorry about Bashful. if only there was a way we could get thru to them that
we are there to help them, we could do so much more for them. i know lymphoma
first hand, had it myself and you are right, that is an awful lot to put anyone
thru. even then, it doesn't always work. my oncologist
my prayers for Pepper are already on their way. dorlis
Heather furrygi...@gmail.com wrote:
I would like to add, please also send prayers for Pepper, Bashful's elderly
buddy who after being treated for scabies recently, is still going strong at
the Library, but she is FIV+, also more than
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Heather
Sent: Monday, March 02, 2009 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Bashful to cross at 2:15 today (EST) Tampa, FL
I would like to add, please also send prayers for Pepper, Bashful's
buddy who after being
Those who love and care for feral cats have a very difficult calling,
one that causes great pain when a feral leaves for any reason.
However, when a feral cares about you, it is the most rewarding
experience because that caring can not be forced nor is it bred into
the cat. Bless you and
how true about the ferals. my Shorty was so sweet once he decided that i was
okay. he became the biggest lap baby ever. it took a ew scratches when i
forgot to do things his was, but when he did decide to adopt me, he more than
made up for it. Bob, my newest boy was maybe a dump cat since
Prayers and thoughts to you on Bashful.
You did the kindest thing by helping the kitty go to the bridge so there is
no more suffering.
I totally understand what your going through as many of us do.
Bashful is now free and running with the others at the bridge.
I'm so sorry, Heather. It sounds like you are doing the exact right
thing for Bashful now. Gentlest of Bridge vibes to her, and hopes for a
passing free from fear and full of the knowledge that she was loved.
Thank you Diane M.C., your thoughts are so much appreciatedI hate not
trying which is why we did all the diagnostics, but all involved felt that
she would not have peace enduring chemo, especially given all aspects of
her condition, temprament, and of course that not only was there the known
I am so sorry to hear about Bashful. You are so kind to help her on ther
Journey. I will keep Pepper in my prayers.
Sally(me), Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soul mate
angel), Lionel(angel),Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black,
Bashful is of course so fortunate to have you all - what a great
group. May she float to the bridge on gossamer wings, with all our
On Mar 2, 2009, at 12:50 PM, Heather wrote:
I haven't posted much lately, sadly have had quite a few rescue
the last months
How wonderful of all of you to be there with Bashful all this time and right
up to the end. That alone will mean so much to her--a familiar face helping
her to be at peace and pain free. Having lost my Romeo to Lymphoma earlier
this year, I know how quick and devastating it is. Bravo to all of
Thank you Heather for your story of Bashful.She no longer has to suffer and has
many wonderful fur babies to play with now.
We who choose to surround ourselves with lives more temporary
than our own,
Live within a fragile circle,easily and often breached.
Unable to accept its awful gaps.
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