Yesterday morning I had the privilege of traipsing around a couple’s private garden.
It was a lot of un, and I got a lot of great pictures.
In addition to a beautiful garden, they had a dog and two cats.
Here is one of the two cats:
Cleo is an Abyssinian cat, 15½ years old and suffering from renal failure.
To me, Cleo doesn’t look happy. In fact, he looks in pain.
I know we all love our pets, but at what point do we decide that it is time for our pets to leave us, to cross over that rainbow bridge?
My mother-in-law’s boyfriend spent several thousand dollars on treatments for his cats when they got old.
I want to think that I would easily spend thousands of dollars to keep Zoey the Cool Cat with me as long as possible, but I don’t think I could.
Instead, I think I would say my goodbyes to her and, from the vet’s office, go right down to the animal shelter and get another loving feline friend.
There are so many which need loving homes, and at that point I would have a loving home to give.
But I don’t know for sure….
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