Diamond Emerald-Eyes requested a limerick for Chase, so here it is. I read Chase's whole blog, but never found out whether she is a ladycat or he is a mancat. The only other Chase I know is a mancat, so I will opt for using "he" as a pronoun to refer to Chase. UPDATE: I found out, with a lot of help in the comments, that Chase is a ladycat, so I have changed all the "he"s to "she"s. Thank you everyone. This is a picture of Chase napping in the car. She loves to go for car rides and often naps in the car. Chase is a very special kitty. When she was around four months old, she was hit by a car. A very nice man took her to a vet clinic and left some money to help pay for her expenses. Chase ended up losing a hind leg and, due to the trauma of the accident, her eyelids, nose and all the skin on her face just sloughed off. Plastic surgery was tried twice, but didn't work. Chase's face may look raw, but it is just tissue and she is in no pain. Melissa had just started working at the vet clinic when Chase was brought in and she became her patient. She would take her home with her at night and on the weekends, so she wouldn't be lonely. Melissa ended up adopting Chase because she just fell in love with her. Because she has no nose, Chase has no sense of smell, so she tastes things to learn more about them. She has a kitty brother and two doggy sisters. She would love to groom all of them, but Zooey, her kitty brother, doesn't like it, so Chase mostly grooms the dogs. Because she has no eyelids, Chase must have drops put in her eyes several times a day. She also likes to nap in dark places, like under the bed. She has discovered that under the covers, curled up against her mom is the very best place to sleep. Chase has recently joined Paws for Friendship and is now a therapy cat. She loves going out and meeting new people and other therapy pets. She has the cutest pink harness with little angel wings on it to wear on her trips.
Chase really likes to ride in the car.
It means she will meet new friends near and far.
She's in Paws for Friendship
And feels a kinship
To the people and pets she meets near and far.