I was home alone when Abby had her attack. So I had to take her to the ER alone. She
But, does this look like a cat who is in distress?
This poor baby was having CHF at this time and you'd have never known it if you hadn't seen how rapidly she was breathing.
We were coming back from the last time she was at the Specialist on August 8th.
I thought at the time it was so sweet (and I still do) that she laid her head down upon my arm for a pillow.
She was reaching up with her paw to grab a hold of me.
Taking these with my iPhone none of them came out well.
I just have no luck like some with iPhone pictures.
But, these are precious to me anyway.
She really enjoyed this car trip home. She watched so intently out the window, and she loved the trees. I don't know what it was about them but she was fascinated by them. At one point she got up and put herself up against the window to look out better. We got a few double takes from other passerby's.
The whole reason I am doing this post is because I was in search of a picture of Abby in her carrier. Abby was the one who used this carrier more than anyone. But this past Friday I had to get it ready for Boo, and as I did I noticed furs inside all over. So go ahead and call me crazy but I knew it was Abby's. So I went through and pick up hair by hair as many as I could. Just like my heart, I was picking up one tiny little piece at a time. This was another (nice) surprise find. Abby's fur was dense and it had a certain body to it, it is no question her fur. I guess it made me think yes she was here oh my was she WAS here. So I put it in my box of whiskers and snippets of fur. It is all I have left now. Except the memories.
This was the only picture I took of her with the Phone that came out anywhere decent and in focus.
My beautiful girl.
Oh those amber eyes.
She was beautiful.
Oh she was so beautiful in my eyes.
Missing my girl.
I think your iPhone pictures came out pretty well. Abby was a beautiful girl and I love those amber eyes.ReplyDelete
Abby was such a beautiful and very loved cat.ReplyDelete
Abby looks beautiful even in the iPhone photos.ReplyDelete
Abby's beautiful, very much loved and cared for. CHF is not easy to detect as cats are known to be excellent in disguising their illness. Purrs and hugs to you!ReplyDelete
Such an incredibly beautiful, much-loved and precious girl. ((((((((((hugs)))))))))ReplyDelete
Such precious memories of your beautiful Abby. Sending love and hugs.ReplyDelete
les photos sont très bellesReplyDelete
I had the same sort of experience with the carrier the first time I had to use it after Whitey died. His furs were all over it. My heart stopped when I saw them.ReplyDelete
I have been using my iPhone exclusively for a few years now. :D
Mom found some of Cliffords furs the other day and scooped them up too. Precious memories.ReplyDelete
The Florida Furkids
Your iPhone photos came out very well. You're just such an amazing photographer with your other cameras that you are used to having a lot more control than you have with it. Abby was a gorgeous subject no matter what kind of camera. <3ReplyDelete
Sometimes it's better to have your memories fuzzed over a little. It's easier that way...ReplyDelete
Abby was beautiful and always will be in your memories of her which is the best memory to keep.ReplyDelete
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
What a pretty little girl Abby was. She is and will always be with you in your heart.ReplyDelete
They are all Purrfect photos of Abby!ReplyDelete
Abby... we still love you! We will... ALWAYS!ReplyDelete
Every photo is precious but the last one is gorgeous. Oh what a lovely surprise gift! Purrrrrrrs from me and the boys.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos, such lovely memories.ReplyDelete
We think those are great pictures. Anything to preserve the memories. Glad you took them and showed them to us. She was a beautiful girl for sure. Take care and big hugs to ya.ReplyDelete
Beautiful memories of your beautiful girl. I think these pictures are very good, especially that last one. She was (and is) so very loved.ReplyDelete
DEBRA I HAVE NEVER SEEN A BAD PICTURE ON YOUR BLOG...YOU HAVE SUCH GOOD TIMING AND CHOICE OF BACKGROUNDS.ReplyDelete
THE iPhone pictures of Abby are actually PRICELESS...I think they are beautiful and the last one with those beautiful eyes and glorious whiskers...ARE the essence of Angel Abby
Love and hugs
madi and cecilia
No, from the pictures one would never know Abby was in distress.ReplyDelete
What a sadly sweet set of pictures of a beautiful deeply loved little girl who reminds me of my own Katie in appearance.ReplyDelete
Abby sweet love, wait for mommy and daddy and your siblings. We will all be together again. Love never fails.
You did a wonderful job with your phone camera. Such a beautiful girl, your Abby! She always will be. Love and hugs from the Harris clan.ReplyDelete
Even the iphone showed up her beauty!! xoxReplyDelete
We know that all the pictures are precious, and therefore "perfect".ReplyDelete
That last photo is incredible. Abby's eyes and whiskers show up so exceptionally well. Mom says she'd have that enlarged and framed. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JoReplyDelete
This is the reason I always take lots of pictures of the cats. They are our treasures and we often will find that one perfect picture we did not know we had :) Hugs!ReplyDelete
Those are all wonderful and the most precious pictures.ReplyDelete
The last picture is beautiful. It really shows Abby's eyes. Purrs....ReplyDelete
Love these pictures, all of them are treasures. She was beautiful. you are not crazy, Abby was a gift in your life, and you in hers.ReplyDelete
You see, she is sending you love even now.
Caesar did the same, and Prinnie sent a few as well.
Love always, Rosemary and the boys
Yes, she was a beauty! What a sweet find, when you located those hairs. A little like the photo of my mom that fell out of a book I randomly picked up after she died. Its one way of knowing those who are gone are always with us.ReplyDelete
She was and always will be a beauty in everyone's eyes.ReplyDelete
Sending you lots of purrs