|Floyd after his recovery|
He started to really decline several weeks ago, after his last kitty spa visit. The vet found a lump in his stomach and was planning to monitor it. Floyd would eat like a pig, but became skin and bones. He was also drinking a lot of water. Roland and I think that his weak kidneys caused by previous trouble finally caught up to him.
We'll bury him next to Bonnie in the yard. We'll have to get a rose bush to plant over him, like we did for Bonnie. I'll have to find one with a cultivar name that suits him. I wonder if there's one called 'Problem Child' or 'Lovable Lug'. Perhaps a giant sunflower will grow out of nowhere next to him too.
I'll miss the little delinquent. We're down to 6 cats now and, of course, our dog Snorky. The house is starting to feel empty.
My condolences, Debra & Roland. I know you gave him lots of love over the years.ReplyDelete
Awwwww. I will miss your stories of Floyd. He touched many lives with his special being here on earth.ReplyDelete
Whatever you have provided for us in these posts really appreciative.ReplyDelete