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On Friday, we had to say goodbye to our sweet, little girl. It was very hard but we know it was the right thing to do. As most of you know, she was diagnosed a few weeks ago with oral cancer. She was doing really well until late last week when she became unable to eat and started having trouble with her mouth, she was making a gagging action. We made an appointment for Friday to get her another anti-inflammatory shot to help keep her comftorable and try to get another few weeks with her. A few hours before the appointment, Ricky was sitting with her and noticed her yawn. He looked into her mouth and then told me we have to put her down. It was really bad, much worse than we thought. It would have been unfair to keep her going like that. It was really hard, though, because despite everything, she was still in pretty good spirits. Still doing lots of purring and seeming happy enough. But we didn't want to wait until she was in pain and since she couldn't eat, we laid her to rest Friday afternoon. We stayed with her until the end.
Goodbye, my sweet little girl. Thank you for all the wonderful time we shared.
You will always be in our hearts.