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Memorial for: TAZ
Age:  5, 02/17/2011 - 08/15/2016
Nickname(s):  aka "spaghetti cat"

About TAZ

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Savannah
Gender:  Female
Favorite Toy:
   rolling balls and toy rings
Favorite Treat:
   chicken bits
Best Trick:
   backflips and jumps
Favorite Game:
   fetch and hide and seek
Favorite Pastime:
   sleeping in the old baby bed
Special Skills:
   High jumps, fetching objects

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To our TAZ:

  Taz was the most submissive and loving cat I've ever had. He was a hyperactive kitten but a very calm and quiet adult cat. He could skateboard, play fetch, hide and seek, and he loved children. He could jump from the floor to the top of the fridge or the mantle of the fireplace. It is difficult to talk about Taz as the past because I just lost him on Monday. He especially loved babies and slept with two of my grandchildren when my oldest daughter and her husband lived here. When they got their own home, Taz would sleep in the baby bed and mourn the babies....he adopted that bed as his own and it was his safe haven. I have triplets who left for college last week and he had been very quiet. I thought he was just missing them but Monday morning he started to breathe differently so I rushed him to the vet. They took him back for an exam then came out to say he had developed acute congestive heart failure. During the exam he threw a blood clot referred to as a "saddle thrombus" and they said there was nothing that could be done. His feet started to get cold, and he was unable to use his legs. He didn't show any signs of pain although the vet said the pain was severe. He was purring to console himself. She said even if he miraculously recovered, it would happen again and again and the prognosis is grave with ongoing pain. Taz has been so precious to my heart I felt it would be cruel to prolong his pain out of my own selfishness. My heart is broken. RIP for now until I see you at the Rainbow Bridge one day. I love you.
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