After a substantial period of balancing Lux’s medications and working closely with him to make sure he was socially well-adjusted, his medical team proclaimed him ready to discharge into a home. Jim and I welcomed him with open arms and ribbon toys, but it didn’t take long to see there was still a problem. As I’ve said before, when Lux is happy, he is sweet, curious and attentive; when his demons come, he turns in an instant. You can see in his beautiful eyes that he hates those episodes as much as we do.
Sadly we again couldn’t keep him in our home, but this time he’s going where he can have his Happily Ever After. I can’t disclose the location because he and his new people need their privacy, but I can definitely say he will live out his life where he will be cared for and given all the attention and love he needs. Jackson, as with all his cats, will continue to be part of his life, as will we. I’m sure you understand considering how high-profile Lux’s case has been.
I intend to continue to blog my personal story, currently stuck way back in April but getting to the part that changed my life. Read if you’re interested in what came about back then, but don’t anticipate more current news beyond what I’ve written here. Lux is happy and safe, the outcome we were ultimately looking for. Sweet boy can finally have a try at a normal life.