Kena came to live at the Stevenson Companion Animal Life-Care
Center in 1997. She was definitely one of the most loving cats you
will ever meet. Her long, black hair and gleaming green eyes were
absolutely gorgeous. We miss her presence daily.
It was learned upon Kena's arrival at the center that she
suffered with diabetes. Her twice daily injections of insulin kept
her healthy and happy. We were prepared to deal with possible
complications of her diabetes in the future, but we were shocked
and saddened to lose her prematurely to cancer. Kena was a joy to
care for and we will always remember her.
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Reveille VIII is the retired mascot for Texas A&M
University. She retired to the Stevenson Center in May of
2015. Reveille was the First Lady of Aggieland and now she is
a First Lady of the Stevenson Center. She has settled in very
nicely to he...
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