Stella Sia Star Piede Amici *CZ
- Breed and Color: NFO ns 03 23, Norwegian Forest Cat, Black Silver White Mackerel Tabby with Amber eyes.
- 06/12/2018 – 03/21/2021
- Parents: IC Quincy Satinpaws *cz & Nora Z Klajdovky *cz
- Genetic Tests: GSD IV N/N, PKDef N/N, FeLV and FIV Negative, Parents and grandparents HCM scans appear NORMAL
Exhibition’s in FIFE:
Kitten 4-7 months Brno ČR 11.10.2018: Class 12 | Ex1 awarded by Judge – Nurit Pahl
Kitten 4-7 months Brno ČR 11.11.2018: Class 12 | Ex1 awarded by Judge – Jakobs Sabine
As of March 2021, Stella is no longer with us. Our family has been grieving her loss ever since. She died a few weeks after her spay surgery, we believe it was due to an undetected heart condition that had been aggravated by anesthesia. An autopsy felt too invasive for a member of our family, but as of right now all of Stella’s relatives are alive and doing well. This includes her parents, her litter mates, and her kin.
Her time with us:
Stella was wonderful with people. She would cuddle with a stranger, if they spoke nicely enough. She was a very affectionate cat, who wouldn’t leave your side, and would sleep on top of you throughout the night. Her son Benji inherited her affectionate nature.
Stella loved singing, whenever you would sing, she would meow and follow you, till you sat down so she could climb in your lap, happily listening to you. Purring, and fisting her paws in the air as if she played an instrument to accompany you.
Stella was always hesitant of new environments, she preferred the comfort of home. She didn’t enjoy going outside as much as our other cats, unless it was during warmer weather to enjoy nibbling on some grass.
Her favorite toy was a piece of rabbit fur that she used to carry around the house, and request you to occasionally play fetch with her. She mostly entertained herself, throwing it up in the air with her mouth and catching it with her paws. It was one of her silly, adorable quirks.
As a mother, Stella was overbearing, and extremely loving. Her first litter she followed around endlessly, crying as if something was wrong when they began running out of sight. All kittens from her first litter showed to be just as affectionate as she is, and open to cuddling with all humans.
For the best interest of Stella, we made the decision to spay her due to health concerns. Stella lost a lot of weight after her first litter, and struggled to gain weight back over her year of recovery. A few weeks after Stella’s surgery, we had an emergency and went to the animal hospital. They misdiagnosed her with asthma, and a week later she died from heart failure. None of the vets who’d seen her previously had noticed this, nor did we notice any signs aside from her weight struggle. She was happy every day, till her last days with us.
Stella’s life was too short, and in that time, she taught me how pure of a creature she really was. Happy all the time, always being cheerful. Our home has been too quiet since the loss of her.
I hope one day I might see her again over the rainbow bridge, until then, my love…♥