Welcome to Tux's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Tux
Tux was my first cat. When I got him I couldn't believe it. My first baby! He sniffed everything in my apartment when I first brought him home. I got him at the ASPCA and he was the first cat I saw. He was in a room called "Cats with Colds." He sounded so funny with his cold. They gave me pills for him and I learned how to feed a cat pills, it was great. He was a Tuxedo cat, and my colleague joked he should have a top hat and cane. I always wanted a Tuxedo cat ever since coming across a sign asking to adopt Tuxedo cats. Tux met my husband about a year later. He got into the habit of giving him "the paw" to be pet. Then he started doing the same with me. Always wanting to be pet on his cheeks. He was never too nuts about his cat roommates. He was happiest when alone with us. I am so sad that we had to put him to sleep today. We had no choice. I will miss him for the rest of my life. It hasn't yet hit me that he is gone but I'm sure it will. Putting him to sleep was unexpected. Tux used to always lay on his back on the cat condo which made him look so silly. He was also the "Best Cat" at our wedding. He would chomp on my socks when I wasn't wearing any shoes. Tux was 14 years old. He just got older and couldn't do anymore. The vet said he had heart disease and would probably pass soon, so we all decided to let him go now so that he wouldn't suffer. I am so very sad and heartbroken and so is my husband. We will miss you so much Tux! You are mommy's baby forever! Forever and always!
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