My snuggly cat, Kowabunga, a gray tabby, who was 19 nearly 20, started having seizures Thursday night, was rushed to the animal hospital, and they were unable to stabilize him. So they recommended we euthanize him on the 4th. I am unbelievably sad. I've taken care of him since he was 12 weeks old.
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