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Memories of Boots
Boots (Boo, Boo-Boo),

I brought you home from East Plane Animal Hospital on February 10, 2012 because your owner could no longer keep you. You hung out in the blue room with Sierra and Cheyanne and seemed contenct in there. Then you got a bit chunky and couldn't fit through the kitty gate entrance but you seemed okay with that. You always meowed and wanted attention so I pet you every time I went in the room.

You hated baths and being brushed but you fur was so oily that I had to try and keep it nice.

Last month you became diabetic and we had to give you insulin. Then something went terribly wrong. I don't know what happened or if something else was going on. I heard a weird noise that work me up early that Sunday morning. I got up and you were lying on the floor gasping for every breath. Daddy came up and he pet you and then you left us. I felt awful. I kept thinking what did we do wrong, if anything or could we have prevented it. Your blood sugar was 682 but Dr. C said that wouldn't have done that to you and that something else had to have been going on. I am so sorry sweet girl.

We had you for over five (5) years and hope you had a wonderful life here with us. We think you were a little over 13 years old. I hope your brothers/sisters welcomed you at the bridge.

Again, we are so very sorry. RIP sweet girl. Mommy and Daddy love you and will miss you!

Love,

Mommy, Daddy, and All Your Brothers and Sisters

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