I think I’m feeling a little woe-is-me right now. I know that senior kitties bring challenges, but I feel like we’ve been hit fairly hard with all of our kitties, young and old. In July 2010 Riley was diagnosed with … Continue reading
It was spring of 1998 and Steve’s mom was moving and asked us if we could watch her cat for her during the move. We agreed. She brought over a young, orange tabby named Kitty. Steve had a small studio … Continue reading
I am passing on this information about Jena and Kitty Kat from Dr. Bob. If you can help, that would be great! Friends, I, Dr Bob Rogers, am an expert witness in a law suit involving a vaccine associated sarcoma, … Continue reading
Chicken’s urn arrived today. It’s very beautiful, but very sad.
We have a Salter baby scale that I use to weigh the cats every couple of weeks to keep an eye on all of them. About 6 weeks ago, we noticed that Chicken had been steadily losing weight since August. … Continue reading
I am so happy to announce that as of today, Chicken has been cancer free for one year! On December 2, 2010 Chicken underwent a radical and aggressive surgery on her scruff area to remove a large tumor known as … Continue reading