but for all the amimals God created. (Sarah Wonders)
I sit here tonight after having taken our beloved cat Pele to the vet for treatment of persistent diarrhea even after two different antibiotics and a food change. With great reluctance we were back for re-evaluation and I knew in my heart it was a bigger problem than first thought. Pele has been diagnosed with diabetes and will be admitted next week to make sure his organs have not been damaged and to then regulate him with insulin to keep him living healthfully.
The last couple of months has been full of vet visits so with this post I felt it was time to share with all our readers the loss of our other cat Wilbur. It’s taken quite some time for me to post about it but felt it was time to share. Wilbur was taken to heaven on Friday, March 20th due to several complications. Any of you who own pets know the pain we went through to make this decision and that we still feel with her absence. Wilbur has been with me since she was a wee little kitten (16 years), I loved her immensely and likewise she especially loved me. I’ll leave this post with the last words I ever wrote about Wilbur on one of my scrapbook pages of her.
“She loves attention and pretty much mine only and cries when she wants the attention. She loves to sleep in the direct sunlight. She gallops like a little pony when she runs. She’s got the biggest and prettiest green eyes I’ve ever seen. Love you Wilbur”
Rest in peace my little pony, mommy misses you more than you’ll ever know.