MilliesMom Posted August 1, 2013 Share Posted August 1, 2013 God took my little Cosmo to where there is no pain, and at last, his suffering is at an end. He and his littermates, sister Tiger Lily among them, were dumped at 6 weeks old on our street. Despite suffering from an autoimmune disease that included stomatitis (extreme pain in his mouth and throat), he was full of life. He'd fought back once before when he nearly died a few months ago, but finally, his little body gave out. He loved rubbing against a metal ladder that was perched between the ground and the roof so he could climb and sun himself or watch or chase the birds. A few months ago when there was a thunderstorm, he literally pushed his sister with his paw under a car in the carport to protect her. The next to the last time I saw him, he had a feather on his chin. Yesterday I took a nap, and I dreamed he was running with his tail fluffed up, as if he were protecting the house against dog intruders. Then today, I started finding feathers where there weren't any yesterday. I knew it was a sign that he had passed. My hubbby found his lifeless body tonight in the shed. He had come home to die. We tried everything to save him, but it was not to be. I am grateful he feels no pain, and I hope someday we're together, again. Rest in peace, my furry friend. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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