So today I wanted to post about the Angel VSquillions I adopted from the CB's VSquillion shelter (which is run by Barney's girlfriendcat ♥Gracie♥). After a suggestion from Milo and Alfie, they decided to create some wonderful Angel VSquillions for the kitties who we love that had to go to the bridge. So I adopted 3 of them for the kitties I loved that went to the bridge. I will tell you about each one.
This is Putter, who was the first kitty I had as a little girl. I don't really remember when she was little - I know my dad got her for my mom after mom's dog Misty had to go to the bridge. I do remember that she eventually had kittens, because one night she was in heat so my dad put her in the garage (it was warm out) and he didn't know she wasn't alone. She was kind of a crabby cat but I was little when we got her, so I know I used to try to dress her up and play with her and stuff, so she probably hated that. She lived a long time - she was about 20 when she went to the bridge. She was orange, which is why I adopted an orange VSquillion for her.
Next, I adopted this one for Mog. Mog was one of Putters babies - she was the only brown tabby of the group. They didn't have an actual brown VSquillion, so I went with the closest color, which is this mauve-y one. She was more my cat, but she was still crabby - again, I am sure I drove her crazy when I was little. I know that I used to try and get her to sleep in my baby carriage. She went to the brige about a year after my mom passed away - maybe a bit longer then that. She was also in her 20's. Both she and her mom had hyperactive thyroids, and would get chronic bladder infections, but no matter how many times they peed somwhere they shouldn't, we didn't ever think of giving them up (and we did eventually get both issues taken care of - one kind of led to the other).
Finally, we have the VSquillion for Floyd, who a lot of you know, went to the bridge last October 30. I still miss him so much, and sometimes I will see something black on the couch (we have a fluffy black pillows and also a black Peggy blanket on there) and I think it is him, but then I remember he isn't here anymore.
I was going to write about him but honestly it still makes me very sad. I did write a nice long post on him a while back, which can be found HERE (warning - it is very long). He was such a good boy - just sweet and loving and I miss him every day.
So those are our Angel VSquillions, for the kitties who had to go. We think they are such a great idea.
If you would like to adopt your on VSquillion, you can visit the shelter HERE