"Dainty Miss" Painter Unknown-7/18/19
Today has been a sad day for me as I had to put "Dainty Miss " down. The vet and vet assistant at Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital were so very compassionate and gentle with her and I. This is the cat who started "the group" of 13 with the eventual addition of 2 kittens who found their perfect home. Because of this, they did not have to live the feral life their mother and father were rescued from. I was able to deliver her litters when she came running to me for help. That is how she got to spend the rest of her life in our home. She is survived by 2 cats and 3 grand-cats, a mate, and I with a broken heart. I did what she would allow me to do, which was very little. She will be buried where she first posed when she showed up at our home with her very dainty meow.
"Diego (Kiki)" Rush 4/15/06-2/25/19
Diego was a Bengal and we loved him very much!! This was very unexpected. We thought he had a good 4-6 years more, at least. I HATE this happened to Diego so quickly. He didn’t deserve this at all, but I hope (and I don’t think) there was little to no pain. I don’t know what happened, but the vet thinks it was neurological, maybe a stroke or a brain tumor. I’m thinking stroke since his eyes were dilated from the night before on, but I’m not a vet. I just know we love him very much and will miss him very much. I thought I heard his meow this morning (2/26/19) in the hallway when I was sleeping/waking up. I think it was just the repetitiveness of him doing that every morning and then, nothing :(. He was 1 in a million (or the only 1). We have many memories of him and will be forever grateful for his companionship. RIP Diego, Kiki!! We love you forever!!
"Pepper" Atchley 6/15/17-11/21/17
Pepper was a mama's girl, with a slight napoleon complex. She's deeply missed.
"Tillie" Schindler 7/3/2000-4/10/2017
We adopted Tillie from the Scott County Humane Society sixteen years ago. She had us enamored from the get go. She was a petite kitty with the softest fur. We can outlive many things but we can't outlive old age. Thank you to Dr. Werning and the entire staff for your excellent care, compassionate concern and many kind words of consolation.
"Peaches" Stickrod 2003-1/11/14