3 year old Tommy was adopted from the MSPCA in December 2008. He is a big, friendly, Tom Cat that had been wandering the streets in Springfield until someone picked him up and brought him to the MSPCA. The Easthampton Animal Hospital seemed empty without a clinic cat and Tommy seems to be the perfect fit. He loves people, other cats, and well mannered dogs. Since we do not know his background we are introducing him slowly to the waiting room area. He is usually sitting at the front desk, but when we see him get nervous we put him in our coffee area. I am sure he will adjust just as Sally and Angel did and become a permanent fixture at the front desk. If he is not out and about and anyone wishes to meet him please let us know and we will introduce you to him.
Our beloved Angel passed away quietly on November 20, 2008. Angel came to our office approximately 10 years ago after being brought to us by 2 children who found her abandoned in Northampton. She was loved by everyone. Most days she could be found curled up in her bed in the front office. She had suffered from seizures for many years and required medication twice daily. The medication controlled her seizures very well, but as she got older the seizures became more frequent and more intense. On November 19th she suffered a huge seizure. It was our decision that she could no longer live like this and Angel was put to sleep on November 20th.
We love you, miss you, and we will never forget our beautiful girl Angel.
Sally was brought to our office by a client that could not keep her. Dr. Hayden was looking for a companion for his golden retriever puppy and Sally was a perfect match. Sally lived at the Easthampton Animal Hospital for 18 years. She was an amazing cat. If someone were in the waiting room she would jump up next to them and snuggle. She liked everyone, clients, kids, dogs, and other cats. Sally passed away very peacefully at the age of 20.
We all love you and miss you Sally.