Three Letters from Sydney's Mom
Dear 4 Paws,
The very last picture on your on letters and pictures page is of our Sydney, with two letters from us about her over the years. Many more years have passed, but I thought I would let you know that she is living the life of leisure with us in South Carolina where we retired. Sydney is now almost fourteen and lost her two kitty pals over the last couple of years, as they were 17 and 18 years old. She is now annoyed daily by our new kitten, Smokey. Syd developed irritable bowel syndrome in her senior years and because of a special diet and daily meds is now known as “fat Sydney.” She remains a sweet loving kitty.
We thank you for bringing her into our lives.
Dear 4 Paws Volunteers,
On your letters web page is a note from me and a picture of Sydney, who we adopted from you two years ago.
I though you would like to know that Sydney is now a world traveler and living with us and our other two cats in South Africa while my husband is on a 4-year assignment here for the U.S. government.
Sydney is especially loving our screened-in porch with great views of colorful South African birds flying between the palm and banana trees. She turned into a beautiful pure white (somewhat plump and somewhat deaf) kitty. She brings us joy every day.
Keep up the good work!
Dear 4 Paws,
On Memorial Day Weekend, in May of 2000, I adopted "Two Spot" from your organization. A year later, her name is now Sydney (the spots went away) and she is one terrific kitty who makes us laugh everyday. She is great friends with our other two cats, Sheba and Sabre.
Please continue the good work,