Day 2720: Oscar

Oscar, who deserves an Oscar for being the sweetest, most loving cat I’ve ever met, has cancer.

We’re grateful we still have the 18-year-old Oscar for more precious moments, even if we don’t know how many.

How many Oscars can you find in these photos from yesterday?

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There are four Oscar-worthy appearances of Oscar in videos I’ve posted on YouTube (here, here, here, and here)  over the past 13 years:

As you can see, Oscar has been a great supporting actor for both me and my son Aaron, who wisely picked him out of a shelter fourteen years ago.

Thanks to all sweet and supportive creatures, here and now, including YOU.

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35 thoughts on “Day 2720: Oscar

  1. Aww…this post brought tears to my eyes. Oscar is such a beautiful pet. Just enjoy every moment! Big hugs to you and Oscar, ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃ʕ ⊃・ ◡ ・ ʔ⊃

  2. My commiserations, Ann. I do believe we have witnessed Aaron’s first fringe performances.

  3. i’m sorry, ann. oscar is such a part of your life, and you, his. you have both been so lucky to have found each other and made a loving, shared home together. animals enrich our lives in myriad ways and become our family. enjoy your time together and know that you each made the other better.

  4. I’m so sorry Ann. ❤

  5. Love you all and grateful that Oscar has such a loving family who appreciates and dotes on him and adores him and takes great care of him.

  6. Our love always, Ann, to your trophy cat Oscar. I know his further days will be filled with much two-way adoration.

  7. There can only be one Oscar. May his remaining days be happy and pain free.

  8. I’m sorry to hear about Oscar. I know you will enjoy every moment with him.

  9. Ann, Michael, Aaron, Harley & Oscar — I am very sorry that Oscar is so ill and I hope that he can remain comfortable for a long time so that he can continue to receive your love and share his. Oscar has been in my life, at least virtually, since 2013, and his happiness is also precious to me. I send my love.

    The Graduation Cat video is simply brilliant. So very Aaron. So very Oscar! Thank you for sharing.

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    I’m so sorry to hear about Oscar, Ann

  11. If there was ever a cat who deserved an Oscar it’s Oscar. As sad as it is that it can’t go on forever I’m glad he’s had a full and happy life, and you shared so much with him.

  12. Oscar is adorable and he must be happy having you as his human

  13. Oscar has been a great companion. He will have a gentle end to a great life. I love his wise little face. Be at peace. He’s a lucky boy and you’ve been lucky to share his space. I have a dog but a cat always holds a mystic energy. We’d be wise to appreciate their company.

  14. I am so sorry to hear about Oscar’s illness, Ann. These precious animals are such integral parts of our lives. The love and laughter they bring is unparalleled.

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