In memory of
â€œTrevor Man My Bugâ€
MARCH 31, 1998 â€“ OCTOBER 25, 2010
Trevor was laid to rest at home with his mom and dad holding him and Dr. McSweeney right beside him Monday evening October 25th at 7:50pm. He had suddenly become sick and was diagnosis with a rare stomach cancer only a couple weeks after his brother Bo passed. Trevor was born in New Orleans LA and lived in Metairie LA for the past 12 years. Trevor has 3 brothers; Sammy & Grayson 2 years old and his late brother Bo 14 years old. He was so very loved by his mother Aubrey Stewart, his father Tommy Fasola, Uncle Landon, Aunt Shon, and his grandparents Lynn & Rick Stewart.
There are so many memories and stories about Trevor to talk about that itâ€™s hard to pick just one. The one thing that sticks out the most is how sweet Trevor was and he had a heart bigger than his 26 pound body. There was not one mean bone in that babies body, just a whole lot of love. Trevor never got mad, or had a bad day, he was so laid back and had more patience than any animal that I have ever seen or person for that matter. He was like a BIG giant teddy bear that would purr so loud and for such long periods of time that I called him my motor boat. He loved to love on everyone and have everyone love on him so much that it would scare me if he was ever outside and a stranger walked up to him he would roll over on his back with his paws in the air saying â€œrub my bellyâ€ and someone would scoop him up and take him because he was so sweet.
Trevor was never your typical house cat. He was an extraordinary feline that seemed to be in tune with everyone and everything going on around him. He was so intelligent. Smartâ€¦ smartâ€¦ smart! And he touched the lives of anyone that came in contact with him.
I will never have an answer for why Trevor got sick the way that he did in such a short period of time. I do know for as much as he loved people and life that he loved his brother Bo even more. They had a connection that was so strong and full of love. Trevor stayed by Boâ€™s side the whole time Bo was sick. He was always cleaning his ears, kissing his face, and snuggled right up to him every time they went to sleep. So my only answer that I have and believe is that Trevor needed to be with Bo not only in this world but the next one too. I believe that they are both in the rainbow; healthy, young, and together while they wait for their mom and dad to get there someday.
Trevor you are so very missed and loved. You will always and forever be in our hearts and never forgotten. I love you so much Bug. LOVE MOM
I also want to give a very special thank you to Trevorâ€™s Veterinarianâ€™s, Dr. Patrick McSweeney & Dr. Carol Carriere and everyone from Animal Medical & Surgical Hospital for all the love and care you gave Trevor over the past 12 years; especially Dr. McSweeney for coming to the house for Trevor when it was time. We will never forget you for the love and support you gave Trevor.
I also want to give a very special thank you to Trevorâ€™s Oncologist Dr. Elizabeth Kergosien, Trevorâ€™s surgeonâ€™s Dr. David Kergosien & Dr. Kenneth Arceneaux, and all the Vet techs and hospital staff from the Louisiana Veterinary Referral Center that cared for Trevor. You all will never be forgotten and Iâ€™m so very great full for all the love and care you gave Trevor while he was there.
And to Heavenâ€™s Pets, I want to give Jennifer Tuero Melius & Victoria Segreto a very special thank you. The love, care, and respect that you gave to Trevor and Bo will never be forgotten. You gave them a voice and a beautiful ending to their story. And now when someone reads their story their memory will live forever. Not only did you give them a beautiful ending; you gave them a beautiful beginning as they walk toward the rainbow. And for that you will always be in our hearts.
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