Last week we lost a beloved family member.
His name was Sherlock. And he was our lovable beige bullseye-tabby cat.
Even though Sherlock had been ill with kidney and respiratory problem since the second semester of last year. We were quietly confident that he can live for the next two or three years. The vet ordered us to change his diet to low protein in order to prolong his life, which we duly oblige. And after a while he seemed okay, and adjusting well to the new diet. There was no indication that we also faced a parasite in his blood, a fact only we made aware just a few hours before he died.