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The end of a glorious lifeMooCow was a wonderful pet. We'll never have another kitty like her-- which is why we don't plan on having another kitty for some time.Jun 10, 2006
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Family timeWilliam gets a milk and some cuddle time, and Moo comes to join. Moo would often jump up on Cathy's lap when she was reading a story to William.Jun 10, 2006
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Hangin' out on the bed againJun 10, 2006
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MooCowIn her final weeksJun 10, 2006
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Looking old, but still beautifulJun 10, 2006
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After treatmentIn what was to be her final month, Moo had to undergo a regimen of scary treatments -- several pills a day, and worse, subcataneous fluids, which was essentially an IV poked into her back and a bubble a fluids placed under her skin. As usual, she took it like a trooper. This picture shows her up on the kitchen table immediately following such a treatment.Jun 10, 2006
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Sign of the end times??MooCow and Bailey were NOT friends for the first 3 or so years that Bailey came to join our happy home. In the early days, they couldn't even stand to be in the same room: Moo would hiss and, if she could, swat him in the face, which in turn made Bailey avoid her. But as time went on, they grew to tolerate, almost enjoy each other. This picture wasn't posed -- they both decided to share the loveseat together on their own.Jun 10, 2006
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Annd still another shotLounging on the bedJun 10, 2006
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Another shot on the bedJun 10, 2006
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KittyMoo definitely started looking much older her last year or two.Jun 10, 2006
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Just Hanging Out...on the bedJun 10, 2006
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William and MooWilliam was generally very gentle with Moo, and she was surprisingly tolerant, for a cat who traditionally wasn't too fond of children.Jun 10, 2006
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