My Toby Cat

by Rachel
(Tomah Wisconsin)

Toby Our Cat

Toby Our Cat

Toby's story begun about two years ago when I meet him at an local kill shelter. I fell in love with his personality. He's sweet and calm. He never hisses or growls at anyone. He basically loves people. He's had a quite of few health problems. He was diagnosed with cancer under his tongue very recently. The vet told me it's a matter of time before it starts affecting his eating and drinking. She basically told me I should start saying goodbye to him. Right now he's still doing well. He's very playful. It's hard to believe that soon I may have to say goodbye to him after knowing him for just two years but I would have still adopted him all over again. I'm sorry if this story does not have an happy ending. I will love him until the end.
What a happy and sad story. Wonderful that you found him and rescued him from a shelter but sad that he has cancer.

Its never easy to say goodbye to our furry friends. They creep deep into our hearts and stay there forever no matter what. I still miss Littlemo our rescue cat who passed away 5 years ago. We think of her regularly and always with a smile.

Our two new rescue cats Byron and Shelley bring us love and joy every day.

Thank you for submitting your story and I hope that Toby has many many days left to enjoy with you.

Best wishes Kate

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Good news!
by: Rachel

Toby doesn't have cancer after all

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