Goodbye, dear Nana
About an hour ago I saw her go out from her nest. She laid down in front of her wooden home. She had a spasm and I knew that she was going to leave soon. I took a warm towel and I put her on my lap. The only thing I could do was being with her in her last moments. She stopped breathing just a few minutes ago. This is her last photo, and most likely how I will remember her:
Thank you also to all of you who donated for her surgery. It's not needed anymore, so I have disabled the donation button and refunded the money to those of you who helped.