Half an hour after bringing Chester home from the SPCA. So many cuddles already.
A few weeks after we adopted him, I came down with a bad case of Mono. Chester nursed me through it the whole time.
I see you!
Road trip down to WSU! No matter how excitedly we said it, somehow Chester was unimpressed...
Stretching out behind the TV in our hotel room while waiting for his impending surgery/doom
Just ignore my face in this one...Day 4 in the ICU. We all just wanted to go home at that point. Chester crawled over and laid on my shoulder for a good 10 minutes.
Same shot from the back. And cue my giant heartbreak. I almost stole him right then. Too bad he was still connected via 6 IVs and tubes
getting heat compresses on his incision and foot the day we brought him back home from Washington.
Chester post surgery stuck in a blanket avalanche. Either too lazy or too sore to move, jury is still out
He has lately declared my computer "Optimal Bathing Spot" He seriously climbs on it and starts cleaning every single time I open it.
his poor right hind foot as of early July. The pink and peeling pads are actually good news (I know it looks scary but there is live tissue underneath) the black pads are what we need to remove. And his hair is falling out on that leg, but the vet says not to worry; it will grow back.
Because I can't end this on a sad note...
Chester's favourite position in the whole wide world. It has earned him the affectionate title of "Scarf Cat". "Suffocation Cat" just didn't have the same ring to it.
"Time to lounge on the couch and make sure my coat looks fabulous…"
"…And practice my ferocious yawning skills."
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