Last time I posted some pics of Evie's female cats, and here are her two male cats, Sam (white) and Rocky.
Both were rescued from a shelter.
Sam turned out to have some issues. He is deaf, and seems to have almost autistic tendencies, not making eye contact, etc. And jumping away when you go to pet him often. He is also endearingly polydactyl.
Rocky was originally going to be fostered by Evie, for a month. Well, long story short, that turned into Evie keeping him. He was sick from a babe, about 8 weeks old. It turned out he had a mass on his brain that was seen on MRI. He was sent home with tons of medicines, and a prognosis that he would have 6 to 8 weeks of quality life, before he started going blind, falling over, and a host of other horrible things. Well, we administered all that horrible medicine to him everyday... it was so sad for him, making him froth at the mouth, and he was nearly dead in our arms. But he would eat... everyday he would eat like a champ. There were many people praying hard for Rocky.
Well, it is over 2 years later now, and Rocky has rallied, and is such a beautiful healthy cat. "Getting stronger, getting stronger"... you can almost hear the music every time he walks into the room.
And speaking of boys... here's my great-nephew, Logan, at Pre-K, in his pilgrim hat. He's going to be 4 years old on Dec 9th!
Now, an update on me. Went for my 2nd round of chemo yesterday. Have to get the Neulasta injection today. Going to keep a log of when symptoms of side-effects start, and subside, so I can get an idea of how this process flows. Feeling fine so far, but it's usually after the shot that stuff starts... at least it did last time.