Mitzy has been with us for at least more than 8 years now.
She's unpredictable, sweet, sometimes cranky but overall a very
loving cat. I would often see her lying on her back with
her feet up pointing towards the ceiling, can you picture
that? They say when you see your cat in that position it
is a sign that your cat is happy & content. It's also
amusing to see her often with her legs
Update: On February 13, 2013,
we sadly bade goodbye to our dearest Mitzy. The past months
prior to putting her to sleep had been so emotionally difficult.
She didn't have much appetite, was eating less & became
picky with what she wanted to eat. She had lost so much weight,
from 15 pounds to 8 pounds.
Today, April 13, 2013, has been 2 months since we lost her. We
miss you Mitzy !
Posted on June 10, 2013 - On
June 3, 2013, we brought Miko to the vet. We somewhat had an
inkling as to what to expect. Miko had been eating less &
had lost weight. He was listless, mostly sleeping all day. Miko
was getting old & must had been terribly depressed with
Mitzy's passing. On Friday, June 7, 2013, a difficult decision
was made to have him put to sleep. With heavy hearts we brought
Miko to the pet hospital & had him put to sleep. Here's
Miko, moments before we bade him our final goodbye.
Since Friday evening Mako has
been looking for Miko. It breaks our hearts to see him roam
around looking for his buddy. He'd look for Miko in the usual
places where Miko used to hide.
Mako is missing his best friend. We could see & feel Mako's
Miko is the biggest
& heaviest of the three. Somewhat a loner.
He'd often hide under the bed when he hears the door bell
rings. When we have visitors stop by the house he would
spend hours under the bed even when our visitors have long been
gone. This guy is a hardcore stalker. Wherever Mitzy is, Miko is in her midst.
Makois the cutest of
the three. He is sort of mentally slow. Eating &
sleeping are his main activities. He enjoys eating those
canned food. He is not exactly fond of those dry food
(they look like breakfast cereals) but we try to prod him to
have a few bites of those because they're the ones that give him
the proper nutrients he needs.