Six Weeks and Counting!

his old cat has taught me so much about life in the short time she has been in my life. Champagne is my spirit animal, my soul cat so to speak, the one who will be with me and go anywhere. Kessy, on the other hand, is an amazing life coach.

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The Four-Week-Hurdle

I was told I could have her only on borrowed time. As a mercy adoption, Kessy was supposed to come home and die, but four weeks later, my dear, dear Kessy is very much alive and better than ever.

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One Week Later

Depression is something that affects animals, and they grieve loss just as much as we humans do. When I first met Kessy in the Berlin Animal Shelter I knew she was grieving, undergoing depression, and had no will to go on living in that metal cage.

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The First Night

As you can imagine, I didn't get much sleep last night. Between Champagne's snoring and a restless Kessy who couldn't quite settle down, my sleep was, pardon the pun, a series of cat naps. 

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Homecoming

Kessy is the same way, rediscovering what it is like to live in a home and she understands it all. In gratitude, I got my forehead licked and my hand. She is affectionate, not afraid to ask for cuddles, and likes soft places. By the evening  the Queen Mum had her first pictorial!

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