I have had Junior since he was a young kitty, he passed away in my arms this
morning at 18 + years of age.
He had surgery 2 weeks ago today, for a large tumor under his tongue, which
left his tongue very sore and tender, so we had been feeding 4-5 times a day with
a syringe to help him out with the food....he was a huge cat, normally, and he
never fought us or protested, just took the food and his meds and purred his way
Last night about midnight, he called me and I went to see what he wanted...which
was for me to pick him up, he was shivering in spite of having a heated bed, so I
wrapped him in his blankie and sat here at the computer with my feet propped up
on the paper shredder, held him and talked with him for over 2 hours, and finally he
went to sleep. I believe his "c" had spread faster than we knew it could.
He always got up with David and carried on a conversation and while David was having
prayer time and coffee....this morning I went to get him to feed him, and he had blood
on his nose, so I wrapped him up and called the Vet.....we loved on him, told him to
cross the Rainbow Bridge and wait for us.....and he was gone....
I believe, because the Bible says there are animals in Heaven, and because of a dream
I and my daughter had when Blaze, our Arab, passed away, that our beloved pets/furry
family members, just cross over and wait....in the meantime, they are whole and healthy.
I wanted you all to know, if I am not my usual self, this is why. I had Junior and little
Sammie and they were my company and best friends before I had met David, so to say
I am broken-hearted is phrasing it gently.