They don't have internet at home, but the lady has e-mail at work. I told her to please e-mail me updates. I probably won't hear much, but no news is good news. They'd let me know if her health changed at all. I'm curious what their vet says about the renal failure, they worship her....and she has a completely
different outlook on things than the vet I use. She only euthanizes when absolutely necessary...and will go to extreme lengths to save an animal, so I know Bea will be extremely well cared for in the vet dept!
I feel bad, because I've never had such an easy time letting a foster go. Partially because in 9 months I never truly got that
attached to her (hard to when she bit me multiple times a day
), not in the way I did PJ & Punky, or Damita & Dorian. But also because I couldn't ask for a better home. This was the
home we were waiting for.
And oh.....to have peace in the house again! It's blissful! Dorian is asleep in the window, and has quit crying for the first time in months. Molly is asleep in Bea's other cat bed....one she could never sleep in when "The Beast" was here.
And Ophelia is chilled, knowing that her territory is back to being hers.
Thank you all for the vibes, for being my sounding board, the ones I turned to for advice....and for helping me financially. When I got Bea, I had hit hard times & couldn't afford to help her medically, as "small" as the cost was for her surgery.