On March 10, 2010 Rusty said
to Tyler "Hey! It is your birthday. Happy 1-year old,
But his dog didn't know what a birthday was.
Tyler had a nice birthday,
even not knowing what one was. He took a ride with Rusty to
mail off birthday cards to his fan club.
Rusty took him to the market where they bought more meaty
beef ribs for him to munch on at night.
Tyler was such good company that later they went to Costco
together to shop for cat food. The young dog loved his cat
friend Bobcat. He enjoyed life in Heaven with his devoted
companion Rusty. Whatever a birthday was Tyler was happy to
be alive. Happy he was born into this good situation.
Tyler was in a state of
wonderous enjoyment over the lush growth of spring time in
California. He and Rusty took long scooter rides out into
the blooming trees.
The dog had been born just one year before and had no memory of
his first spring. That was when Reggie had rescued him from
a backyard breeder. Poor Tyler had an umbilical hernia.
"I can't sell this dog in this bad economy" the
back yard breeder
Reggie had to teach Tyler to eat from a bowl, not off the
ground like that breeder had him doing.
Reggie Conley is Tyler's mom.
She rescued him and paid for all the vet work. Reggie knew
that Heaven wanted her to give Tyler to Rusty which is how
Tyler gained the full name Tyler Conley-Robinson.
To Tyler it meant that he lived in Heaven with Rusty and the
cats of Cat & Cactus Heaven.
Tyler had cat friends. Cats
are very good friends because these cats are Angels. They
lived with Rusty at his business named "Cat & Cactus Heaven"
because that is really what it was.
Very few people understood. They just thought it was a cute
joke or something. But Rusty knew it was for real.
Raccoony had a cat tree next
to the front door because she was a guard cat and wouldn't
have it any other way.
Night and day she guarded the entrance.
Raccoony had only been a bit
over 1-year old when Bobcat came to live with them as a
kitten. She acted like his mom. She licked him, cuddled up
with him so he wouldn't feel alone. She brought him tiny
mice that fit in a spoon so Bobcat could learn to hunt
rodents. She was a devoted cat friend.
Bobcat loved Raccoony back.
Tyler loved his cat friend Bobcat.