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From: Josies-angel
Date: Tuesday, June 04, 2019 7:18 AM
To: ISOH
Subject: Re: Carol
Hi ISOH, at one time I had 5 kitties but the first 3 have passed and I now have an orange tabby male and a black and white female. Freckles,Gracie,and Tiger were so good and got along so well and I miss them terribly. Freckles was a little Tortoiseshell and she was a sweet and loving girl.

Mack and Sarah do not have a loving relationship. Mack my orange male loves it outside and my black and white Sarah is not allowed outside and I think that is where the incompatibility comes in.They dont fight or anything they just pretty much avoid one another. If I had my way my Mack would not go out either, but truth is he grew up outside and was a year 1/2 years old when he came here and he is not happy unless he can go out when he wants.In the winter he stays in more because he has arthritis in his body.

ISOH I know losing your beloved Chihuahua was heartbreaking for you, its so dang hard letting any of our fur babies go but when quality of life is no longer there we just do what is best for them no matter how much it hurts. I do hope Lulu will get through her surgery and her healing really fast and they get it all. I have had dogs over the years too but for the past 10 or 15 its been kitties, its something about kitties that melt my heart.

ISOH I thank God for this message board also, I would miss it terribly if it was not here.It has been a lifesaver for me over the years.Its good to get to know others and we can identify with so much of what they are going through.I want to thank you again for letting us know about Andy and Im so glad you are frequenting this board again.

Do keep us posted on how little Lulu is coming along, prayers for her surgery to go very well and also her healing. Hugs to you and yours, Josie

 
 
   
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