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Memorial for: Sasha
Age:  15 1/2, April 8, 1998 - October 16, 2013
Nickname(s):  Silky Sasha; Funny Little Man

About Sasha

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Domestic Shorthaired
Gender:  Male
Favorite Toy:
   crackly toys: butterfly; ladybug; mouse
Favorite Treat:
   Heartguard tablet once a month
Best Trick:
   Jumping onto high places in the house
Favorite Game:
   chasing his laser pointer
Favorite Pastime:
   Sitting in my lap
Special Skills:
   Making me feel loved

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To our Sasha:

  In the spring of 1999, I had lost my dear Max, my buddy of 4 years. After 4 months, I was ready to make room for a new friend. I went to Good Mews Cat Shelter in Marietta and told them I wanted a cat about a year old, so we would have a long life together and I wouldn't need to teach him about litterboxes, etc. They showed me into a room with about 8-10 cats about a year old. So, how to decide? I sat down on the floor and said to the cats, "OK, the first one in my lap is it!" Sasha was the first, and was the first in my heart and life for 14 1/2 years. Snapshots of Sasha: trying to catch dust motes floating in a beam of sunlight; turning 360s in the air after his kitty dancer; jumping into my lap regardless of books, laptop or anything else I might be trying to do; jumping from the floor to the top of the refrigerator; lapping water from the floor of the shower; kissing me all over my face. In the summer of 2012 he began to lose a lot of weight, and was diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease, which we (Dr. Ray of the Cat Clinic of Roswell) treated with a barrage of medications. He responded well, and gained back a lot of weight and seemed pretty healthy. Then this year he started eating very little or not at all, and began to hide in a box under the bed upstairs. I was devastated when he was diagnosed with a spreading cancer that was invading his lungs, making it difficult for him to breathe. It was an excruciating time, watching him suffer, and I finally decided I had to let him go. Sasha, I will always love you, and miss you forever. I know you are in a better place, and we will be together again someday.http://www.deceasedpetcare.com/assets/images/trinkets/thumbs/TokenImage_Heart.jpg Love, Mom
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