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Date:7/25/2014 9:41:28 AM
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1/6/13 Good Sunday Morning!
The first Sunday of our Catpaign! Hope its a good one--- will be seeing many of you at MHL tonight. Just a note on the adoption yesterday, both mom and Zeus are still with us. Mom used Feliway Comfort Zone spray, as suggested by some kitty friends and it did seem to help. Also, she gave him a comfy hooded bed, which he sat on top and hugged, but he was grateful for it.

So you know, we will talk more about mom's rescue tomorrow, but several kitties asked to hear the rest of Pasha's story, so that is our topic today.

As we told you last time, Pasha was a free cat, with several health issues and only half neutered as the vet couldn't find one of his testicles. The condition is called cryptochid, which means his testicles were inside his body, instead of where they should be. He also had the abscess in his tail. Mom's vet was able to restore him to health and Pasha lived a long life with mom, with many more adventures in teaching her about cats. Soon after getting Pasha, mom realized that he was also very depressed, perhaps because he had bounced from home to home. She decided that perhaps he needed a companion and when she saw Agatha,an unusual torti-point Oriental SH, in a Mall petshop, she asked to take her immediately! Mom would never buy from a petshop now, but this was when she was young and didn't know better. She brought Aggie home in a box, intending to sneak her up to the spare room for a gradual intro. Aggie had other ideas and popped out of the box right in Pasha's face! She was about 12 weeks old and very bold. Pasha was so surprised, but decided to pretend she wasn't there and went about sniffing the box and around the room. When mom brought Agatha home, she had also forgot that the lady, who gave her Pasha said he didn't like other cats. Later, she discovered, as she began volunteering in rescue, he didn't hate all cats, but was prejudice and only accepted Siamese. Others he would attempt to run out of the house, so mom had to keep him separate and only let him out of her room, when the other cats were in the guestroom. Another adventure happened when mom had a friend come to live with her, after her grandmother's death. Her grandmother had lived to 101 yrs and mom cared for her at home. Anyway, this friend had 4 cats and had lost her apartment, so mom took her in. Pasha was kept away from her cats, because he was super aggressive toward them and could not be trusted. However, one day mom came home to a surprise--- her friend's Siamese Felicia, had somehow got in mom's room and was curled up and washing Pasha's head! Agatha was culed up with both of them.

There are many more Pasha stories, but this blog will get cut off soon, so we must go for today. Pasha lived to about 13 yrs of age with mom and it was a very sad day, when she took him to the vet that last time. He suffered for some time with kidney failure and mom had given him daily fluids until he just told her no more. Barney--- until tomorrow.
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