Hey It’s Jet Here.
Sad day at Casa Jet. Mom and Rachel took our beloved feline, Fluffy, to Dr. Schaffer this morning to peacefully cross the Rainbow Bridge. Mom told him how much she loved sharing her world with him and bringing him peace after a terrible beginning. She asked him to say hello to Mugs and Koko for us.
We thought we would share a few tidbits about Fluffy as a fitting tribute.
Mom and Rachel adopted Puffy and Fluffy from Cat Network in 2003. They had been in five abusive (let’s just say the stories would make your paws curl) and one allergic house over three years. Their names were Putter and Gypsy before Rachel dubbed them Puffy and Fluffy at age 9! After 15 ½ years with Mugs, her tabby, having long haired boys seemed decadent.
Fluffy always exhibited a sweet nature except when wrestling with Puffy, the instigator. Mom tried all types of treats and toys with no luck. The best present she ever gave them was a grocery bag. Fluff spoke to Mom non-stop, he was a regular chatterbox. Some people told Mom he sounded like he said Maaah-Maaah! He had different sounds when speaking, making the chatter sound like a meaningful conversation. Mom spoke back which made for funny observations.
Fluffy appreciated drinking from any human sink; Mom tapped her nail on the basin to orient Fluffy to the water flow. He also liked to read; and by that I mean, face Mom with his chin in the spine of the open page. If that didn’t suit Mom, he would sit on her chest and block the page she was on until she adjusted the book’s position side to side.
Mom was fascinated by Fluffy’s care of her midsection. He took the job of purring water bottle and feline masseuse, kneading the area when called for.
As we bid Fluffy safe passage over the Rainbow Bridge, all of us at Casa Jet offer our gratitude for our time shared with Fluffy, our sweet, gentle boy.
Another… not so great day.