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Peanut Butter Stover is old, but I don't see it.
The scientist says that Peanut”™s kidneys are failing.
The scientist says that in present times cats often outlive their kidneys.
The scientist says that it could be hereditary. Peanut”™s mom, Alf, died of kidney failure, too.
The scientist says that it is a fairly late stage.
We grew up together, you know. Me and Peanut?
She was a kitten and I was a kid and she darted into my room every morning and woke me up”¦ I used to monologue to her in the sixth grade. We played Ninja Cat. I met her the day after she was born.
I thought we were growing up together.
Oh, I don”™t mind her going on ahead. She is old.
But I”™m not in Virginia.
So she is already far away.
Still, Peanut, I don”™t mind if you go on ahead a ways.
Just wait for me a little, k?
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