I'm gonna fire me a Momma!
She forgot AGAIN about my GOTCHA!
Well, since she has the opposable thumbs and gives me food
I may hold off totally firing her, but wow I mean
she better start paying closer attention to the dates!
For those who may not know Momma knows precisely
my Gotcha date because she was blogging then and wrote all about it.
You see way back on July 19, 2005 she was at the ACA of Clay County
looking for Button. Button was a feral tortie girl kitty who
followed Momma home on night from this small strip mall not
far from where we all live. That in itself is another tall tail, but I digress.
Momma and Daddy were at the ACA as the last resort looking for Button.
They didn't find her there, but they found me.
I was outside the front door begging each and every hooman who came up
to take me home.
The folks inside did not want to take me inside because they knew
I would not last, Momma didn't want to explain that to me.
So, an emotional Momma scooped me up and took me home.
Once she was in the car driving home she wondered what in the
world she had just done!
You see Abby had been adopted just 5 weeks earlier, and she
wasn't adjusting well to Boo, Ping and Jinx.
So, she was scared about where she was going to keep me
and how I would adapt.
As it turns out, the Vet gave me the A-OK and Momma
introduced me and there was NO problem. NO adjustment, nada.
I just fit right in.
Abby of course, not so much.
Abby was off limits for 6 months.
And then it was only supervised visits for awhile until Momma
saw Abby was gonna be A-OK too.
But, that's Abby not me.
And this is about me.
I was once abandoned at the ACA, only to be shushed and ignored,
and sadly thought of as throwaway.
But, Momma and Daddy saved me from that and now I am one
Yes, the scared part of me still thrives and I only trust Momma and
Daddy, but I do have a great life.
Thank you all for thinking of me when my own Momma forgot!
Now next year you'd better NOT forget again!!!
Boo's test results showed if I understood the Vet (I haven't actually talked to him,
but oh how I've tried) an elevated calicum level.
I have been reading about what that means and I don't like it.
ALL of her other levels were fine.
So, I again have another call into the Vet.
It being Sunday I won't hear until at least tomorrow.
Since it is a multiVet place I am not sure if her Vet is working tomorrow or not.
She has stopped vomiting and is acting normal.
She has lost weight. Now the weight loss has been subtle and over a long period of time
but it is down.
But not so much that Vet is terribly worried, but he said she needs to gain some.
So we will work on my little model figure and see if we can fatten her up.
Happy Gotcha Day Gracie - love this pic - your eyes are so green. Hope Boo is Ok - don't know much about high calcium but I am sure someone does and will help you sort that out.ReplyDelete
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Happy BELATED gotcha Day, Gracie!!! We know all about slacker Moms, that's for sure...Sly says he'll come over and mix you up some Gotchatinis that'll make your head spin! He's already got his fancy tux on...ReplyDelete
Purrs for Miss Boo, and Salem says she'll send some whale blubber over toot sweet.
Happy gotcha day to Gracie! Please keep us updated on Boo. I'm sending purrs her way!ReplyDelete
Purrs for Boo! I hope she gets better and happy Gotcha Day Gracie! What a sweet little thing you were and very smart to keep begging for a home! It worked!ReplyDelete
Happy Happy Gotcha Day! Me-OmmmmmReplyDelete
We send purrrrs for Boo and yes, Mama better remember your Gotcha Day Gracie but she did have a lot on her mind.ReplyDelete
Happy Gotcha Day, Gracie. We think you could consider forgiving her, especially if she gives you a bag or two of treats.ReplyDelete
We know zip about elevated calcium levels, but hope Boo will be fine. Purrs and purrayers from us.
Happy Gotcha Day, Gracie! What a great story about your forever and ever home! You're a beautiful girl with a loving Momma andReplyDelete
I hope Miss Boo continues to get better, and I hope you'll have a good talk with the vet about what the high calcium means.
Happy Happy Gotcha Day Gracie!!ReplyDelete
Purrs for Boo!!
A big happy gotcha day Gracie. Bad mom for forgetting but our Person never remember what our are. That is a pretty picture of you. Hope that Boo is all right that you are able to get in touch with the vet. Wishing you the best.ReplyDelete
Happy Gotcha Day Gracie. How rude of your mom to forget you. We think you are very special. We've never heard about a kitty having high calcium levels. We'll be waiting to hear what that means. We are so glad she has quit hurling. We'll keep her in our prayers. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JoReplyDelete
Happy Belated Gotcha day Gracie!!ReplyDelete
We remember your story and we are happy you got this home(even if your Mom forgot)
During her yearly exam, Georgia was found to have an elevated calcium level too. She had not been sick though. Mom is opting to have the test repeated in a few months for comparison.
Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
Treasure,Tiger,JJ and Julie
Happy Gotcha day Gracie :))ReplyDelete
Sending megapurrs Boo's way for a speedy recovery xox
Happy Gotcha Day Gracie, we are so glad you fit right in. Good luck with your Mom not forgetting next year, it seems to be a common problem amongst Moms.ReplyDelete
Boo we are sending healing purrs for you.
Such startling green eyes, Gracie. Happy Gotcha Day and what a story you have about being gotten.ReplyDelete
Boo, you get all better now, ok? We may be wrong but we think Admiral Hestorb had elevated Calcium but we are not sure we totally trust our memory.
Gorgeous Gracie!! We wish you a happy and wonderful Gotcha Day!! We are glad mum and dad scooped you up and took you home!!!! Yay!!ReplyDelete
Sweet Boo!! Please please get better! We send you positive vibes and have all our paws and fingers crossed you gain your weight back!! Yay! Take care
Happy Gotcha Day Beautiful Gracie! Hope you get some extra goodies from the Mom! We are so glad Boo is feeling better and will continue to send purrs and prayers her way.ReplyDelete
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Happy gotcha day, pretty Gracie! You were a smart girl to ask your Momma to take you home with her. We're glad that Boo is feeling better. Hopefully the vet will have a good plan of action for her.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Green eyed Gracie - Happy Gotcha Day sweetie. I guess mama had other things on her mind this time around cuz I know she loves you very much too. I'm purring for Boo. Happy to know she's doing better, but want her all well soon!ReplyDelete
Hapoy Gotcha Day Gracie and Boo! Y'all really done good!ReplyDelete
Frum me & myself comes abundacat MEOWVALOUS HAPPY GOTCHA DAY good wishes! And psssst, good Staff hard to find these daysReplyDelete
Happy gotcha day, beautiful Gracie!ReplyDelete
We are purring and praying for Boo, and for all of you.
Happy Gotcha Day precious, and thank heaven your momma scooped you up and took you home! Bless you and your mom and dad.ReplyDelete
Miss Boo...you are still worrying mom and me. We want you all better quickly. xoxox
Happy Gotcha Day Gracie, we are so glad that you were gotcha'd into such a wonderful home :-)ReplyDelete
We're sending purrs to Boo hoping she is feeling better!
Happy Gotcha Day, Gracie! We are so glad your Mom scooped you up that day. :)ReplyDelete
We're purring and purring for Miss Boo. We hope the high calcium thing will be manageable and that Miss Boo will put on some weight.
Happy Gotcha Day to Gracie!ReplyDelete
Waiting for updates about Boo, I know it is impossible to do, but try not to worry!
Happy Gotchaversary, sweet Gracie! I celebrate everyday with my babies... just in case I ever forget. ;-)ReplyDelete
Congrats on your Got-Cha day Gracie. My Dad furgot my Birthday last week how about that. These peeps I just don't know.ReplyDelete
We will purr for beautiful Boo.
Gracie we are sorry we missed your Gotcha Day, but hope you had a most excellent one.ReplyDelete
We are sending purrs for Boo, this calcium thing is a mystery. We hope the vet can explain and find a way forward.
Rumbly purrs from
Gerry & Mungo