Me and Addi want to send our condolences to my Uncle Ed. I received a call tonight from Aunt Linda.
You probably all know my Uncle Ed. Well, last year, a cat found their house and he kept crying outside. Uncle Ed and Aunt Linda brought him in, feed him and Uncle Ed's workshop became his new home. He was a very beautiful cat and a very smart guy too and he found a spot in their hearts right away.
He just HAD to know everything that was going on so they name him Snoopy. Snoopy became the King of that workshop and he knew every nook and krany about it and he loved the workshop. When Uncle Ed was out there working, Snoopy was always there to watch. They would even get into each others faces and push foreheads against each other. Snoopy loved to play with the pencil and the screwdrivers. Snoopy wasn't much for cat toys but give him tools and he was a Happy Camper!! I guess you could call him a tool cat!! :-)
Outside the garage, Snoopy still wanted to be where ever Uncle Ed was. He loved riding on the tractor, he is saying Ok! Start her up and Lets roll!!
Snoopy had so much personalty and it was like he was part human. He loved working out on the farm too. Uncle Ed had dug a trench and Snoopy is saying: yep, its just the right size now how about a nice belly rub??
In the truck, Snoopy still monitored everything, from the front....
to the back....
And I do think that if given the chance, Snoopy would have taken it for a spin BOL I seriously think that he is thinking about it!!
This past Christmas, Snoopy snoopervised putting up the reindeer in the yard and then he got on him like he wanted a ride on this reindeer!!
A few days ago, they noticed that Snoopy wasnt acting normal and he was lethargic and he kept bumping into stuff when he would walk. Today they took him to the vet and they found out that he has feline leukemia and he had just lost his eyesight too. The vet said that there was nothing that they could do for him.
They think that whoever dropped him off probably knew that he was sick and didnt want to deal with it. We are just so glad that he found a great home out on the farm in Kansas for the time that he had left. Snoopy was such a special cat and he was Happy and he loved his new family as they loved him too. They have never seen a cat that seemed so human like but yet was a cat. He just loved being around Uncle Ed and Aunt Linda. I was glad that he was there to watch over my Uncle Ed. He has a special spot in their hearts and they are pretty sad right now. Snoopy, you will NEVER be forgotten and we will all miss you!!
Run Free Snoopy!!!
Feel free to leave your condolences for Uncle Ed and his family.
Hi, My name is Jazzi and I am 7 yrs old. I live in Belvidere, IL with my Mom, and Dad, their daughter~Kim and her 2 kids, Kyla~7 yrs, and Kaleb~5 yrs. There are 7 grand-peeps, so when they are all here, I have my paws full!!
Hi! I am Jazzi. Thanks for dropping by my blog. Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I am a happy and just a tadbit spoiled little Scottie, afterall I am the Queen around my house!! I love being outside, going for walks, chasing the pesty squirrels and playing with my toys!!
I do have a terrific Uncle Ed that walks me when he comes to visit me. We have lots of fun together and he lets me sit up to the table too!!
I have an American Bulldog sister named Addi. Addi is huge compared to little ole me and I sometimes call her Dog-zilla. I really do love her but shhhhh, dont let her know that!! She is the best stuffie destroyer and rose bush digger upper around. We have tons of FUN chasing each other and playing. Unlike me, Addi rarely barks but I am working with her and she sometimes bark when we chase the squirrels together.
I have a teeny tiny weakness for Tacos~~I LOVE em!! I snatch them off the table when they are left unattended!!