It has been almost 3 years since I had to take Sammy to have him put to sleep. That was the first pet I had to do that to. It was one of the hardest things I ever had to do. I rescued Sammy from the human Society here in town...he was shipped from Cornwall Ontario...because of the bad ice storm they had in 1999..they lost power and had to ship animals all over Ontario ..and I was lucky enough to find Sammy. He was such a good cat ..so silly and friendly. I still remember the day I had to take him like it was yesterday....I was in the room when the Vet injected him and wahchted my baby kitty die..it brings me to tears now writing about it. But he was so sick and suffering I had to do what was best for him. It might sound weird but I buried him in my parents back yard so he would always be close...(it was a deep hole). I miss him ..I do have 2 other cats one 13 years old...he out lived Sammy...and is still going strong..well sleeps alot..most cats do anyways. I got a new kitty she is now 2 years old and I think part of Sam is in her. She is a good kitty and I love mt cats so very much.
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