This is Stimpy shortly before she died from a Boehringer Ingelheim vaccine.
Her tumor is starting to ulcerate. The patch of white fur became permanent after she endured radiation treatment for a month. In spite of that effort, her leg still had to be amputated on Nov. 22, 2010. She died exactly one year later on November 22, 2011.
Welcome to thecatstimpy.com!
Stimpy was a healthy 15 year old cat when she was diagnosed with Vaccine Associated Sarcoma, an aggressive cancer caused by the very vaccine that was supposed to protect her. Stimpy's cancer was caused by a Boehringer Ingelheim Rabvac 3TF vaccine. She died 18 months later after putting up a valiant fight against this cancer. To this day, Boehringer Ingelheim refuses to acknowledge their guilt. Why should they? The pharmaceutical industry has managed to blackmail the US government into giving them protection against any liability that their vaccines cause. Humans are also not allowed to sue the pharmaceutical companies for the destruction that their vaccines cause.
Stimpy's story has been told on her blog, Stimpy's Journey. It has since been censored because I published the home addresses of the powers that be at Boehringer Ingelheim. I will be publishing the unmolested version of Stimpy's Journey on here soon but for now you can read parts of her story at http://thecatstimpy.livejournal.com. In the meantime, I have posted the contact information of these pharmaceutical companies on the links to the left. If you have been victimized by these companies, I encourage you to write to them at their homes. They do not care when they bring this cancer into our homes uninvited so do not feel bad for taking it into their homes uninvited.
This video is a real eye opener about the pharmaceutical industry. I already knew this but hearing someone verbalize it is somewhat disturbing.
This site will be an extension of my blog "Stimpy's Journey". I will be rebuilding it here in an easier to navigate format but with the same images and information. For the time being, you can read the journey in most of it's original form at http://thecatstimpy.livejournal.com