It has been close to 4 years since my cat Shadow, lost her eye to Cancer. As worried parents, we were uncertain of how our vivacious ornery ball of fluff would mend or adapt to losing an eye. To our amazement, after coming out of the anesthesia, Shadow was back to her old self. She showed no signs of harboring any anger or resentment for having gone through surgery, and she ate earlier than we had expected. The day after losing her eye, as if nothing had changed, Shadow skillfully walked around the bathroom tub to prove to us that she was still the same cat.
Shadow is my model and daily inspiration for resilience and tenacity. She has taught me so much about how important it is to stay focused and to push forward. A former street cat, Shadow took about 3 months to finally trust us. Her will to live and strength make her a true survivor!
Posted on February 10, 2015, in Education, Health, Philosophy and tagged a soft voice in a noisy world, blog, book, brain surgery, cat, Comeback Kid, Disease, Health, illness, Karl, Karl Robb, media, medicine, Parkinson's Disease, patient, positive thinking, Robb, Shadow, support, wellness. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.