I hope you are all having a wonderful day with family and friends! :) I loved the Peeps Easter banner Kim Woodward shared on the Silhouette blog, so of course I had to make one too! Peeps are so cute…and yummy … Continue reading
Hello! I didn’t mean to be gone for so long! Thank you for all the kind and thoughtful comments on my last post. I think, like a lot of bloggers, I’ve ended up using Instagram more than writing blog posts. … Continue reading
I am writing today with sad news. It was necessary to have Kennedy euthanized last Sunday (6/1). Kennedy was fifteen years old and had been struggling with a number of heath problems.
I haven’t been keeping up with blogging and I realize I had never mentioned that Kennedy was diagnosed with diabetes a year ago. Unfortunately Kennedy didn’t respond to insulin as well as most cats do. The diabetes caused neuropathy in her limbs, which affected her hind legs the worst. As time went on she began mis-stepping and swaying when she’d stand up. Kennedy had also been struggling with pancreatitis and most recently kidney disease. During the last couple of weeks she slowly stopped eating. Kennedy was euthanized at home by a Caring Pathways veterinarian; she passed quickly and quietly.
It was very hard to say goodbye to Kennedy last Sunday, and it’s been a sad week without her, but I know it was the right decision to keep her from suffering. I am truly grateful for the time Kennedy was in my life.