Well, and update, Indy has set come to his fits, It was not epilepsy, and we do not know what was the issue, but this morning he was lying in one spot with his tongue out, and drooling, and when you touched his back he jolted in pain, which is not what I wanted him to live with. I will miss the hell out of him but at least he is in a better, pain free place.
Day 2 with out Indy. And things are not going great. It is only once they are gone that you notice the little things that made them special to you. That is why I needed to get out of the house today, to get away from all the little reminders. The funny thing is that our other cat, Spike, seems to know that some thing is wrong, cause he doesn't spend much time at home and likes to sleep in a quiet secluded spot, but now he is every where I look, and rubbing himself against my leg and sleeping next to me and just comforting me through this difficult time.