Shared by Mary:

I found Nanny running around in my apartment complex in 20 degree F weather. She had a collar. I started feeding her. She was very friendly. I managed to get her in a carrier. I took her to BideAWee in Southampton. Apparently, she had belonged to someone else who could not be located. I adopted her, and she joined my 2 other cats-Tiny and Happy. The picture shows her with Kitty, another cat I adopted after Nanny. She was very talkative and friendly. She lived after all my other cats passed away. She would sleep with me. She was diagnosed with cancer of the tongue in 2019. The vet, Dr Carmichael, removed as much of the cancer as he could. But she had problems eating. She crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Earth Day, April 22, 2020. She was 20 years old. Thank you so much, dear Nanny, for sharing your life with me and for your sweet love. I will never forget you, and I will see you in Heaven.

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