In memory and honor of one very special cat.. how Edward J. Nichols, DVM, Crestway Animal Clinic, San Antonio, Texas, treated Suki. Read Suki's Story and What Happened to Suki...and What Happened to Me

Lawsuit filed against me on July 21, 2005, by Ed Nichols with temporary injunction in an attempt to dismantle this web site and enjoin me from telling how Suki was treated.

Injunction denied.

Appeal denied.

Litigation continued against me by Edward J. Nichols, Crestway Animal Clinic, for 2 1/2 years.

Lawsuit settled and dismissed with finality on March 10, 2008.

Suki's Photo Album                   

Suki in her sunspot on her favorite window sill, a special bench built by "grandpa," watching the world and the path she took on her daily walks. For years after her death, her "sister" Chloe would sit in the same window and look for Suki on her walking path.  



Suki's "E.T." pic. She thought no one could see her if she posed among the Christmas collection.



One of my favorites: Suki on the job. She spent endless hours with me in my office, my constant companion from the beginning of my writing career. I still run across notes with teeth marks in them, and I can still see her sleeping in my inbox. I miss her every day. 

Suki "helping" me make a wreath with her favorite - the sunflower. 




Suki's Tree. Christmas was her favorite time of year. She had her own condo that "grandpa" built and "grandma" made curtains for, with its own tiny tree and cat ornaments. She liked her big tree better, however. It has not been displayed since her death.



August 5, 1979 - April 26, 1999


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