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  • sandy 5:27 pm on December 29, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    kitty clothes 

     
  • sandy 5:23 pm on December 29, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    Christmas 2006 

    Went to my mom’s house on Christmas day and had spaghetti and some other stuff.  Nothing fancy just good food and them my aunty and cousins and family came.  We made a gingerbread house from a kit my daughter’s boyfriend brought.  It turned out pretty good.  Kawika (my grandson) was pretty proud of it cause he was the one who wanted to make it and helped out a lot. 
     
     
     
  • sandy 4:57 pm on December 29, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    New kittehs 

    It’s been about a week and then we went to the animal shelter here to check out the cats there.  We found these 2 kitties that were begging to be adopted.  My grandson fell in love with a black one and the lady at the shelter talked me into getting another one to keep her company so my daughter picked up a calico/tiger striped one.  They took a while to get used to each other since they were not siblings.  At first they would hiss at each other and avoid each other.  But after about 3 days they got used to each other and now they play and nap together.  This is Midnight and Princess too  sleeping together for the first time.  I put some t-shirts on them which I had from Princess 1.
     
  • sandy 2:07 pm on December 12, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    In Memory of Princess 

    I had to put my  precious cat Princess to sleep Nov. 27.  She was over 9 years old but started getting sickly and had incontinence.  I had to keep her in cat cage for most of the day until I came home.  She was not happy and one day when I was bathing her (she used to like it, it calmed her down) she bit me rather hard and I had to go to Emergency the next day to get antibiotics.  I still have nerve damage to my right hand which bothers me a lot.  It also brought on carpal tunnel syndrome.  That day was a wake up call, I had been putting it off for some time knowing she was not happy.  I finally made up my mind to put her to sleep and it was the hardest decision I had to make.  I’d waver from no to yes but ultimately I had to think of her.  I got her when she was a baby and had to bottle feed her so it made this extra hard to see her go.  On that day, I just remember her sedated, and holding her head in my hand and stroking her head telling her how sorry I was and how much I loved her.  I don’t know how many buckets of water I cried at the vet but my husband was there to support me and was teary eyed also. 
    This is in remembrance of Princess August 1997 – November 27, 2006.
     
     
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