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Mandys_Mom

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I was first here in 2008 after losing my beautiful dog Mandy. I still miss her every day.

Over these past years I ended up with 5 cats, 4 were feral and the 5th one, Jackson, was dumped off in the woods in 2009 by someone. He has been with me ever since.

Until Tuesday, Feb 6th, when I arrived home from work to find him laying dead on the living room floor, passed away. He was only 9 1/2 yrs old and had no obvious problems. In fact when I left for work that morning, he was running around playing with a toy. I was so shocked to walk into the house and find him like that, for no apparent reason. The vet thinks he most likely had a sudden heart attack, and I have to agree since there was no sign that he had struggled. I am still in shock since I thought I had another 5-10 years with him and had no indication that anything was going wrong. 

Run free, Jackson! 
 
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Always__there

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Hello MM,
How very sad and what a shock for You. Good that your last memory was one of Happiness for Jackson as he frolicked about. He knew he had a good home and obvious in his contentment. Yes, all the years of companionship and unconditional love they give to US, Memories to last.
I feel for You this Day.    Sherry/Perryx
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