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Floyd is signing off…

March 22nd, 2018 · 5 Comments · Uncategorized

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It is with immense sadness that we said goodbye to Floyd in February.

He lived all 9 lives to the fullest.
We adopted him after he “retired” from a job 7 years ago.
He beat cancer with a leg amputation almost 5 years ago.
He helped encourage other pet families with his blog.
He had diabetes, a heart murmur and kidney problems. 
He even trained a kitten in the house rules at age 8!
Through all this he purred when ever his family was near and through vet visits.

He will be missed by many humans and cats. Thankfully his 3 younger partners in mischief (Evelyn, Kermit and Callie) appear to be in good health.

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Floyd has a new collar…

November 2nd, 2017 · 5 Comments · Uncategorized

Floyd has been diagnosed with Diabetes. He is a very good sport abut twice a day insulin shots. Unfortunately he keeps over-cleaning his front legs. So I made his a fancy collar trying to help him out.


Floyd’s progress

March 23rd, 2017 · 8 Comments · cats, Uncategorized

Our sweet boy Floyd just celebrated his 4 year “ampuversary” this month. He happily plays with his little sisters Evelyn and Callie (who is a very energetic 7 month old).


Floyd the cat

May 19th, 2016 · 5 Comments · cats, Uncategorized


Our cat Floyd is past his 3 year mark as a cancer survivor.  I encourage anyone who can afford an amputation to save a pet to do it. Every day is a gift. After surgery, we adopted Evelyn, who he loves to play and snuggle with.







October 22nd, 2015 · 4 Comments · cats

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Floyd meowing

Floyd is a very special cat. He is loving and always happy.

When he was 5, he was diagnosed with bone cancer in his rear leg. The wonderful doctors at OSU Veterinary Hospital saved him by amputating.

2.5 years later, he is still a happy, healthy family member.
You should see how fast he runs!
– Julie