Wanderer's to the Cabin

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Whizkey Jack

On 26 December 2015 our sweet fur-baby Jack ran across the Rainbow Bridge to go play with all of the others that have gone before him.

He had a seizure at 11:30 pm Christmas night and was taken to the vet the next morning where ex-ray's showed a tumor about the size of a big grapefruit that was more than likely cancerous. Given his age (14 yrs.) and condition from the seizure and blood loss from the growing tumor we decided to have him put to sleep.  

He will be greatly missed, but will always be in our hearts.


  1. ((((((((((Hugs)))))))))))
    I'm so sorry for your loss.

  2. Sorry to hear about Whizkey Jack.
    He lived a long life.
    Take Care.

  3. Ugh, it's so hard to lose them.
    Peace, Prayers, & Blessings

  4. I am sorry to read of Jack's passing. He will always be in your heart and your memories. Thinking of you.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss!
    I have been through this just recently myself.
    It is just awful!
    I know you will enjoy all your happy memories of him.

  6. So sorry for the loss of you beloved pup.

  7. Oh, Sandy, I'm so sorry. Our four-legged babies mean so much; I'm hurting with/for you.

  8. Oh dear, I'm so sorry you lost Jack. We love them so much and they break our hearts. Barbara C, UK.

  9. Oh that's so sad! I'm sending hugs your way.

  10. Awww... I'm so sorry--I'll bet your house seems awfully quiet right about now... I still miss our 14 year old kitty and he has been gone almost 8 years!

  11. So sorry to hear about your sweet Jack. Sending you a hug.

  12. Although it's been a while since you lost Jack, those fur babies that live in our hearts forever will always be important in our lives. Thank you for being so loving that you spared him the rest of his life from suffering. I know from experience that it's a horrible decision, but love wins out.


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