Never easy when you've given them a good, long life.
Looks like you have some good ideas already.
As for a buddy, might try an older kitty, who is known to be good with other cats. An older kitty is a known quantity, their personalities are pretty well set.
Though, as Miss Teia has shown, they are still very adaptable to new circumstances.
I had the camera on and a really nice shot framed earlier, but the battery died as I snapped.
Miss Teia and Buff were having a snack, not just near each other, but they were touching along half their body length. This held for almost long enough for me to change the batteries, get the shot lined up again and, no Buff.
I'm really unhappy I could not...
Blood counts were back in normal range yesterday, so it looks like the new schedule will work.
Had a talk with the oncologist. She continues to be hopeful for me and confirmed to me that she was happy with what she did not see in the CT scan.
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