Feb 05, 2013
Because of the complications following surgery, Chester needed two toes amputated.
Hey everyone. So this is my cat. He's doing better than we ever imagined he could be! The full story, plus lots more pictures and videos is at savechester.weebly.com. Thanks for all the nice wishes you're sending!
Admittedly, I'm a cat person, but if you love survival stories like this, read Oogy by Larry Levin. My daughter found it in her school library, but it's a wonderful story.
I can't find the story behind the sickness.
you have to look at the slides, sometimes they don't readily load if you have a slow connection.
God bless his parents for ensuring Chester's problem was diagnosed and fixed. And kisses and hugs to that Chester kitty. Nothing I wouldn't do for my killer cat boy either.
I'm so happy to know there are people out there that have so much love in their hearts for our four leg children. I have two right now, my little girl Sassy who is 19 years old and slowing down can't imagine not having her in my life, Yoda who is about 11 and having some medical issues stressful and running out of money,but they are my children my companions. I would do whatever it takes to keep them healthy and happy as long as I can. God bless you and your kitties wish you happiness,health and wealth.
I am so happy your cat is better now. He is a gorgeous cat and looks so much happier now that he is well. That was a great story. So glad his parents stuck by him.
This makes my heart happy. Chester has wonderful young parents who should be very proud of their devotion to their pet. If only there were more people like them. The world would be wonderful.
I love a story like this one. I have six cats myself and I love them all so much. I have a saying to people, " All my kids have a tail and four paws."
Chester reminds me of my cat, Spencer. Spencer was an orange color too. We took him in, he had been either abandoned or lost. He had been declawed and fixed, so we know he previously had a home. Turned out he had cancerous skin tumors. We had him about 5 years, taking him for chemo treatments about once a month on the average. You would never know he had any health problems. He loved people, would run to the door when the doorbell rang, just like a dog! We loved him very much, he was such a joy. Sadly, he went to rainbow bridge last May, just a month after my husband passed. Chester is a lucky cat, having found such a loving family, and I wish them all a wonderful and healthy life.
Aww! What big ol Baby !-- He look sooo healthy now! It really makes me feel good to see that I am not the only one that would do anything for my cats. Awesome Story!!