Category: Clyde’s World

  • Thanks, many thanks!

    After Clyde’s passing, we received many wonderfully kind condolences.  We thank everyone who took the time to write.  Here are some of the cards we received: We also received many wonderful emails from friends, family, and co-workers.  Thank you so much! We sent printed copies of Clyde’s obituary to the veterinarians who cared for him […]

  • The Silence is Deafening …

    It’s tough coming home to an empty and quiet house.  One of the things we miss most about Clyde is his constant “meows” for attention.  For almost 15 years, he would wake us up in the morning by meandering into our bedroom with a chirpy “meow” as if to say “Okay you two, time to […]

  • Clyde Jaconetta Caban 1992-2007

    Hello friends, It is with heavy hearts that we write to tell you the news of Clyde’s passing.  After bravely fighting metastatic lung cancer for several months, Clyde passed away at home on Thursday afternoon, February 15, 2007. Clyde was just shy of his 15th birthday. Clyde was born in March 1992. We adopted Clyde […]

  • I want a new drug!

    Yesterday we took Clyde to the vet.  It was a bit of an emergency … he hasn’t eaten in the last couple of days plus he has been sneezing a lot recently and breathing through his mouth.  He has been on the antibiotic “Clavamox” for the past week, but it hasn’t seemed to clear up […]

  • Clyde’s Back in Motion!

    Clyde’s checkup on Monday, November 20th, went well.  Dr. Kelly said Clyde’s foot was looking really good.  We had to keep the E-Collar on him for a few more days.  He’ll go collarless on Thanksgiving!  As a refresher, here’s what his foot looked like before: Here’s what the final result looks like: The gap of […]

  • Time to Wiggle the Toes

    On Friday, November 17, we took Clyde in for a bandage change.  The original plan was a bandage change on Friday, with the removal of stitches on Monday the 20th.  Dr. Kelly reported that inside Clyde’s bandage there was some cat litter, and the stitches on his foot had started to wear away.  The operation […]