In these very trying times, we send our best love to all of our friends, feline and human, and hope you all have a fine Easter day with lots of chocolate (humans) and toonas (kitties).
We know we have been gone for a long time, and this time she does at least have a reason. About two-and-a-half weeks ago, Yours Truly had a seizure. After lots of investigation, they have not come up with a cause, so we are proceeding cautiously. The Powers That Be say they do not want to put a kitty on meds on the basis of one incident, and I am pleased about that! I got a non-alarming bill of health, and have been fine since. I am eating like a little piglet, enjoying my playtimes, irritating the Human for sport, and sleeping like the Champ I have always been. My only real complaint is that she stares at me, and I am sure many of you older kitties understand that. It's just unnerving, isn't it?
Anyway, we're back (on our regularly irregular schedule) and hope to be around more often. (::glares at the Human::)
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Today I must say farewell to my Beloved Iza-Lambie, who slipped off to the Bridge just yesterday, leaving Mark, Marley and Ayla to comfort one another as they mourn their beautiful girl. Iza-Lambie stole this mancat's heart with her enchanting silken tum, her feisty-yet-loving nature, her gleefully mischievous plans, and of course her inner and outer beauty. I will see you again, sweet girl.
(Graphic by Ann Adamus of Zoolatry)