On Monday evening, we said goodbye to Wicious, aka Woo Woo or Wishy Wash.  We adopted him at 11½ years old and weighing 98 pounds.

Wicious was our “energizer bunny.”  He didn’t have a mean bone in his body.  The cats loved him and he had the cutest facial expressions of dropping his ears or raising them.  He attended a few SCGRR events and loved to get petted by the people.  Over the last year and half, Wicious slept outside – hot or cold, he LOVED the wind on his face.  He would “chirp” when he needed up, didn’t matter if it was 11:00 PM or 3:00 AM, Paul or I would go out and pick him up.  He even “chirped” during the day to tell the world, he was still here.

In April 2020, he was diagnosed with anal gland cancer and with surgery and chemo treatment, he was in remission.  Over the weekend, he became very weak and lethargic.  Yesterday, our vet said he had very low glucose and she did an infusion.  She thought he had a tumor in his pancreas that was secreting the insulin into his system.  When I went to pick him, and he was too weak to get in the car, I made the decision to let him cross the rainbow bridge.

Run free sweetheart.  We love and miss you!

Tycanne and Paul Arceri