Saturday, September 19, 2009

Those pets you just don't want to lose

Have you ever had that one pet that you have totally fallen in love with. It's your best friend and it's your responsibility to take care of it, not because you have to but because you want to. We have had so many cats that have lived with us for several years and there has been like 4 that have been the best ones, so far. But then something becomes wrong with them, and you have to take them to the vet right away and their gone in an instant.

The two cats that we've had in the past, were Pumpkin and Norman. They were probably the best cats you could ever ask for. Pumpkin would respond to you if you talked to him. He would basically start a conversation and keep it going. Is that possible? But seriously he would always be around you and if you went upstairs, he'd meow for you and see where you went. We were sooooo devestated when he developed a heart problem and we had to put him down.

Our other cat we had before Pumpkin, was Norman. He would always want to lay down on a lap. He looked forward to nighttime when everyone was home and he could be around us. He was really fat though because my mom would always feed him because he was such a good cat haha.

But anyways, I guess the point of this whole thing is to tell about my cats that we have right now, and how they have this really horrible thing going on with their skin. They itch all the time like crazy and so we take them to the vets office every week and they get dipped into this lye(sp?) water stuff that is basically poisoning their skin to get the infection out. It can't get on humans or in our carpet or anything. They can just transfer it from one to another. But these cats are so amazing. We've had Buddy since he was just a kitten and we couldn't bare to lose him. And Rex is the sweetest cat you've ever met. It's just really hard to see them suffer and we're trying to help them but it's not working out very well.

It kinda sucks seeing these two cats we have, have a problem that could hurt them so much. We don't want them to suffer and it's hard to watch when their gnawing at their skin for 24 hours strait. But we don't really know what else to do. It's a really sad situation and I'm kinda scared for what could happen to them in the future.

That's all for now my fellow bloggers.

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