- 1985 Goodbye to Elvis
- 1995 Goodbye to Tanya
- 1998.07.28 Goodbye to Dominique
- 1999.02.08 Goodbye to Kokomo
- 2000.05.26 Goodbye to Cricket
- 2001.12.11 Goodbye to Tommy
- 2002.04.09 Goodbye to Thunder
- 2002.05.31 Goodbye to Skunks
- 2002.11.25 Goodbye to Mister Bentley
- 2002.12.11 Goodbye to Ibby
- 2003.09.08 Goodbye to Lightning
- 2003.09.28 Goodbye to Travis
- 2003.11.13 Goodbye to Zorro
- 2004.04.06 Goodbye to Toby
- 2004.07.06 Goodbye to Biscuit
- 2006.03.06 Goodbye to Carrie
- 2006.05.16 Goodbye to Noah
- 2006.12.29 Goodbye to Kramer
- 2007.08.17 Goodbye to Pooh Bear
- 2007.11.02 Goodbye to Romeo
- 2008.12.30 Goodbye to Winston
- 2009.08.14 Goodbye to Fabio
- 2009.10.09 Goodbye to Lennon
- 2009.11.23 Goodbye to Slade
- 2009.12.21 Goodbye to Sloan
- 2010.07.13 Goodbye to Snaps
- 2011.01.08 Goodbye to Beethoven
- 2011.10.22 Goodbye to Oscar
- 2012.01.27 Goodbye to Louis
- 2012.03.20 Goodbye to Annie
- 2012.09.09 Goodbye to Tigger
- 2012.09.19 Goodbye to Houdini
- Our dear departed friends
2002.11.25 Goodbye to Mister Bentley
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Mister Bentley came to us in November 25, 2002. He was a handsome black male cat with green eyes who passed away on October 4, 2009. Besides these diseases Mister Bentley was diagnosed with Feline Diabetes in November 25, 2003. But that doesn't make the job of saying good-bye any easier. We have to be thankful we have them even for a short time and Mister Bentley was with us for almost seven years.
Mister Bentley was put on to two insulin injections a day. He was very hard to regulate which simply means the veterinarians have a difficult time getting the amount of insulin to administer. One time around Christmas Mister Bentley went into insulin shock and actually stopped breathing. We brought him back to life by putting corn syrup around the inside of his mouth and pumping his little chest.
Mister Bentley's diabetes eventually went into full remission. For the last two months of his life he did not have to take his insulin injections.
Mister Bently was a party animal he went to one party in Peterborough and one in Port Perry. He would always come for his insulin when it was time. I would kiss him between the ears. He loved popcorn night and knew the sound of the air popper because he knew that D'Arcy would treat him to a bit of milk or cream whenever he made popcorn.
Mister Bentley you will be missed.