I’m sending good thoughts your way, Leeny! And a belated happy birthday to Penny as well.
My Atticus is 18 years old – he has diabetes (which is in remission), and a thyroid condition which he receives medication for every day. Every day he’s with me, I say a prayer of thanks. They are the light of our lives, and when it’s their time, they…[Read more]
Aw, Dash, what a sweet little man you are! Kisses to you from Toronto, munchkin!
It’s good you’re bringing him to the vet. I know certain types of food have different “poop” results with my guys – anything with beef gives them dark-ish ones (great conversation!) and smells like napalm. So. I avoid it. But, see what your vet says, and I’m…[Read more]
I know the helpless feeling all too well, but I will send good thoughts and healthy vibes your way!
We always have the happy memories, and the knowledge that their lives were made so much happier and healthier by being with us, and our lives that much better for having them in ours.
I think that’s a great idea! Except for placing his food up high where Malcolm can’t get at it – he’s a bit wobbly at times since his stroke, and Malcolm is rather too…portly…to jump. 😮
Not sure why I didn’t think of that; it makes better sense than feeding Malcolm the crunchies from the vet that he does not like, and that…[Read more]
I wish it were affordable! That looks like it might help, although Malcolm has no concept of personal space, and always wants what Atticus has, so I can see him trying to muscle in on his plate!!!
Hello everyone, hopefully someone has some tips!
I have 2 male cats – one is a senior at 18 years old who won’t eat crunchies, and another, 7 year old, who is – to put it mildly – quite fat. (I’m convinced there is a medical issue behind it, but the vet can’t find anything…).
Can anyone offer any tips or food ideas on how I can feed them?…[Read more]
Oh, poor darling! What a sweet, loving girl she is, and I’m so happy she has a wonderful, safe home to live out her golden years!
My 18-year old Atticus sends gentle, “senior” head bumps and purrs to Mercy, and I send her a kiss and a scritch.
She surely loves you, for all that you’ve done, and continue to do, for her and her babies. Thank you for keeping her family together – now your family too – and for loving her unconditionally. She is a doll, and I’d love to see her babies!
Kisses to you, sweet Key Key!
Aw, Toulouse! What a great name for such a handsome little man. It always breaks my heart when I hear that kittens/cats were found crying outside in awful weather, but when I hear that a wonderful, compassionate soul found and rescued them, I smile again. He looks so cozy and warm on his bed, lol. Kisses to you, little man.