2 Daisy Mae Scares

QUEEN DAISY MAE SHOWING OFF HER GREY AND WHITE BELLY.

Hi and Welcome Everyone, if you have owned a cat, dog or any type of pet for that matter then you probably know what I’m talking about. So what is a Daisy Mae scare you ask? Glad you asked. A Daisy Mae scare is basically a cat scare where you almost lose you cat or pet. Daisy Mae is my cat’s name and almost lost her twice this past week so this post was almost a different type of post. But the first time you think you are going to lose a pet you get so nervous you think you might pass out. However, you don’t.

DAISY MAE AS A KITTEN LAYING ON MY TONY STEWART FLEECE BLANKET ON ME.

You have to understand my family and I have had Daisy Mae from around 4 weeks old. My little Daisy Mae has turned into a 13 year old kitty cat. So that’s a Daisy Mae scare in a nutshell. So all you have to do is if you’ve had one of these scares  you can call them (your pet’s name) scare. Most pet owners know what I’m talking about.

 

 

 

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16 thoughts on “2 Daisy Mae Scares

  1. Oh Crystal I SO know about “NYLABLUE Scares”. When she 1st came to me she was sick for 2 years. There were a lot of scary moments. Then she had Dental surgery & all her troubles cleared up & we had 4 fabulous years. And then she got IBD (Bowel Disease). And there were so many “NYLABLUE Scares” my hair literally starting turning white for worry!!! She finally plateaued out & was fairly stable health-wise. But then she became Diabetic….I had help keeping her alive for one more week & then helped her to Summerland. She was ready to go! She went peacefully & yes it broke my heart but we’d had 8 1/2 years together….
    The one good thing was that we DID have so much time together. I hope you & Daisy Mae have many more years together. I KNOW how close you are to her!! She is a darling for sure!
    {{{hugs}}} & ❤ Sherri-Ellen & **purrsss** BellaDharma

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    1. She’s OK now. Just tried to run away twice from us. You know when cats get outside and they’ve been indoors most of their life their inborn instincts just kick in and work over time.

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