Urban Tigers, The Truth Behind The Tales Chapt. 17

This week's blog revolves around a tragic accident. A neighbour inadvertently backed over a client's cat named Caramel, causing severe trauma to his hind end. The story is true and the cat's name actually was Caramel.

Kathy and Fletcher the dog

Tuxedo Stan's energy is down due to his progressive cancer but he still performs for the camera.

Tuxedo Stan

Fletcher (dog) plays an important role in this week's blog when Kathy gets a little emotional.

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Comments (5)

  1. My heart is breaking for you and your family. Let's pray for a miracle.

    Posted By: Lynn: | Jun 19, 2013 at 05:59 PM

  2. I know you struggled through this blog Kathy but what a powerful message you sent because of it. Love is what it is all about for all of us and especially our animals. I truly admire your amazing devotion to animals and the difference you have made in their lives. Stan is a character that is for sure. He is so happy in Catopia. Bring on Urban Tigers Two!!!! The wait has been too long for me.

    Posted By: Jude: | Jun 19, 2013 at 06:17 PM

  3. "... The need to love...and to be loved."
    Kathy, I admire your strength , determination
    and courage. The love you have to share is so
    very obvious, and it is returned to you 10 fold. Fletcher
    indeed sensed your pain, and he did what dogs do
    best. They are so " in tune" to how we feel, he knew
    you needed comfort. Amazing really, most humans can
    learn so much about love,compassion, trust and devotion
    from animals. One day, I hope mankind will.

    Stan is enjoying Catopia by the looks of things, given
    how much rain we had, I'm sure he will be chasing
    and catching flying insects for a while :-)

    Big hugs and pats to all xo. Count down is on
    for Urban Tigers Two!!!!

    Cathy

    Posted By: Cathy and all at Humphrey's House: | Jun 19, 2013 at 06:31 PM

  4. My heart is breaking, but what you have done with your blog is to remind us all of how much love our animals give to us and what pleasures they bring. The time we have with them provides us with precious memories that will last a lifetime. Stay strong and know that all animals lovers feel your pain.

    Judi

    Posted By: Judi Conlon: | Jun 20, 2013 at 07:13 PM

  5. Kathy, I am shedding tears with you. Thank you for opening your heart on the blog; that takes such courage. Our beloved companion animals love us with a whole heart, and teach us to do the same. Blessings to all in Catopia, and particularly to you, Hugh, and Stan. You are in my thoughts.

    Posted By: Julia H.: | Jun 23, 2013 at 10:12 PM



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