"Tillie" Schindler 7/3/2000-4/10/2017
We adopted Tillie from the Scott County Humane Society sixteen years ago. She had us enamored from the get go. She was a petite kitty with the softest fur. We can outlive many things but we can't outlive old age. Thank you to Dr. Werning and the entire staff for your excellent care, compassionate concern and many kind words of consolation.
"Peaches" Stickrod 2003-1/11/14
My name is Peaches and I died on January 11th, 2014. I want to tell you my story and how I was taken in by a loving couple I called mom and dad. My mom saw me outside one day and gave me food to eat. She did this for about a month and waited for me to go back home, but I didn't have a home. So my mom decided to take me in and include me as a part of her family! Lucky me! I have a dog sister, Babygirl. We would run around the house chasing each other; my mom would yell at us and tell us to "settle down". I loved to play hide and seek from my mom whenever possible. She would get mad at me because she would call my name throughout the house, though I wouldn't make a sound, only to find me in the closet, basement, behind furniture, or by heating vents. She would always find me and say "what am I going to do with you" and then I would meow. I can tell you so many stories about all the things I would do to my mom and dad, but I knew I was loved very much. I would like to thank them for loving me and including me in their family. Thank you to all at Blue Grass Veterinary Hospital for helping me. I left my paw print in memory of myself so that my family will know I will always be with them!
Thank you, Peaches and Family.