Countess Judy Muskarella (Muskie) was found by Joanna, one of the technicians, at The Muskie Bucket in Muskingum county on September 1, 2006. She was a malnourished orphan that we guessed to be around 2 years old. With a little food and a lot of love, Muskie became a thriving member of the Linworth Animal Hospital family.
Muskie spent her days stealing Teresa’s chair, begging for cheese and yogurt, playing tub monster, and sleeping on any of her numerous princess beds.
Muskie left us for the Rainbow Bridge on September 30, 2019.
She was truly one of a kind. We miss her terribly.
Murphy came to us in 2009 from Dr. Gutin's daughter, Sarah. Her husband is very allergic to cats and tries as he might, he couldn't live in the same house as Murphy.
We lost our sweet Murphy on March 12, 2019. He lived the last of his 16 years in what we liked to refer to as his “cat cave” (also known as a two-bedroom apartment!) Murphy loved love, happily accepting belly rubs, purring through nail trims, and even enduring having 8 moms constantly picking at him. His loud voice and demanding demeanor were all part of his charm. His bright green eyes brought joy to our days. Fly free, sweet Murphy. Until we meet again.