i thought she was having some sort of problem with her teeth- common in elderly cats as she was cocking her head and chewing in a very odd manner. i made an appointment for her but in only one day she's taken a dramatic downturn. this is also common in cats. they tend to go and quickly. she could be as old as 20. ive made the call to the housecall vet to help sylvia on her way.
and so, again, i find myself spending the last hours of one of my dearest cats' lives waiting and praying for release.
she was deeply loved her entire life by her mother(may her name be praised), me, every cat that made its way through my house and by a host of other humans. she was the calm amid any storm. i am thankful for our time together. i hope for peace for one of the sweetest most peaceful souls i have ever encountered on earth.
and so now i wait. please go and kiss you cat, your dog , your pets. we owe them so much yet they ask for so little. please do what ever little thing you can for the homeless and abandoned pets-adopt one, contribute time or money.donate old towels and blankets, cleaning supplies. buy an extra bag of pet food and drop it off at a shelter. it really doesn't take very much to make a difference by the smallest acts of charity toward some of the most helpless of creatures-victims usually of irresponsible and sometimes cruel humans. make a small amount of time in your life to give and be granted an eternity of reward.