“Hey, It’s all good – Please don’t worry!” is what we would think that Angel would be saying to us. Angel passed away this morning, 8/17/2013. She was 16. Her name surely fit in more ways than one.
We helped Angel a long time back by adopting her right from the vet were she was staying in their care due to her owner needing to go into a care facility. She was in their care for 6 months when we had found her with no “End of Stay” date on her cage tag. When we inquired, we would told the story and we needed to act. We received permission to bring Angel home with us to stay vs staying at all the time at the vets and in the boarding area she was in.
Right from the start she became one of the family. The boys, Whisper and BK, never bothered her and Tory, well, was Tory. (She kind of keeps to herself.) But Angel got along with everyone. She was not only a talker, but liked to lick. As such, no matter who you were, if you came over to visit, you fell in love with her. We surely think she was very happy to be with us and that she knew, no matter what, she had the good life. She was never one to complain, unless she thought it was time for dinner and we were being slow, but other than that, she was always just the purrrrrrr monster, always showing her love and happiness.
We are not sure 100% of what was the cause of passing, we did know she had asthma and we were helping that with depo shots with the last one being given about 4 days ago. It did not seem this time however to have much affect. She passed away in Brenda’s lap as we were bringing her into the vets this morning.
So Angel, thank you for adding joy and laughter to our home. You were always there to try to make us smile or to make us feel better with your purrrr of love and happiness. You were always there to be sure we knew it was dinner time. And you surely were always their to let us know when it was time to get up. Thanks for also telling us when it was time to stop working and just relax. (By just laying on our keyboard or just laying on top of our work.) You will be missed by not only us, but the others who’s lives you have touched with your kind and gentle, always lady like ways. You might have been the smallest, at 7 lbs, but you had one big, ever loving, heart. Thank you for being part of our life. You will forever be in our hearts and thoughts. You will be missed.