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It was two thousand nine and the middle of winter in Shreveport Louisiana on the day that changed my childhood With my family sitting around the fire place playing Apples to Apples we realized something we hadnt yet before As the dainty white paws stumbled down from the chair wobbled to the middle of the carpet and plopped down for a nap it all happened with less energy and alertness than ever beforeTwelve years prior to that night my family and I still in my moms belly were eating spaghetti around the kitchen table and reminiscing on the downpour that was taking place outside A faint noise was heard but ignored at first until it grew louder and more distinct My brother opened the front door stepped out onto the porch and peered out to find a sopping wet ball of fur with sad glowing eyes In that moment no one knew or predicted that the little kitten would soon find us as her home that her name would become Tux and that I would spend the first ten years of my life growing up with herAfter I popped out my sister and I made great memories with Tux Our brothers often got agitated because we liked to call her Garfield instead of her designated name and found joy in doing so We also liked to dress her up doll clothes and push her around the house in a baby stroller No one ever would have thought she would have been so tolerant but after all she was the only lap cat weve ever had Towards her later years we knew she was getting older and cringed at the fact that she was also getting slower slept more and started eating lessThat joyous family night of Apples to Apples soon turned joyous no longer when we realized that something was seriously wrong with poor Tux Within the next couple days my parents called the veterinarian
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