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The Beegie Cutler Memorial Tower

The Beegie Cutler Memorial Tower

We were shocked when we returned home from a 10-day visit up north to find that Beegie had lost a lot of weight and was not eating. She was, however, as we had noticed in the past couple of months drinking more than usual. Took her to the vet and blood tests showed that she was in kidney failure. She was treated at the vet for two and a half days. Came home and still wasn't eating, but drinking an enormous quantity of water. Clearly she was suffering. This morning I sent her over the Rainbow Bridge.

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Fabienne19-Oct-2015 20:27
Comme je suis triste d'apprendre une si mauvaise nouvelle. Quand je voyais Beegie sur vos photos c'était un vrai bonheur, elle si douce et si belle. Je suis bien en pensée avec vous.
Ghislaine et Réal Boulet16-Oct-2015 21:44
We are also very sorry for you and your Beegie. Having two cats we know how important they are in our life.
Raymond16-Oct-2015 21:29
I'm sooo shocked, Beegie who is now with Dear Louie ... OMG ... sure wasn't expecting that news ... wow, Your heart must be broken, as is ours. One thing is for sure, Beegie had a wonderful life with you guys, a little Queen ... there's no way it could have been better, she had love and love and more love ... wow, we all miss her already, I'll remember her beauty for ever. You had no choice Isabel, you did the right thing.
Jim Coffman16-Oct-2015 21:02
I am so very sorry,Isabel!! It was a hard choice I am sure but I am sure it was the right choice..
Helen Betts16-Oct-2015 20:13
I'm so very sorry, Isabel. I received your message about Beegie, but simply have not been able to respond. I know how difficult it is to go through this, and my thoughts are with you.
Irene Wehrli16-Oct-2015 19:58
Oh no Isabel - I'm really shocked, so sad to read this…
I'm so sorry for the loss of your beloved Beegie. I'm sure you did right. She has not to suffer any more. She will live for ever in your wonderful pictures.