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In Memory of Kitty

Post by koimaster » April 7th 2015, 2:49pm

Kitty died one year ago today after one hell of a fight during the previous year to stay alive. She was put to her final rest at our home at 6:30 AM by our family vet. She was found abandoned in the snow back in 2008 and she decided to stay awhile. She adopted us but loved my daughter the most.


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“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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Post by biglove » April 7th 2015, 2:58pm

I remember when this happened and felt so badly for your daughter losing her furbaby.

Can't believe a year has passed. May Kitty be at peace chasing squirrels and laser pointers in whatever afterlife cats have.
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Post by TemerityB » April 7th 2015, 7:11pm

biglove wrote:I remember when this happened and felt so badly for your daughter losing her furbaby.

Can't believe a year has passed. May Kitty be at peace chasing squirrels and laser pointers in whatever afterlife cats have.


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Post by hcharles » April 7th 2015, 8:32pm

We were given 2 kittens back in 1990. One had Manx blood in her. Her hind legs were longer, had no tail and screeched rather than meowed. The other cat was a black shorthair with white boots, and white snout. The cats are gone now, but we think of them often. Every now and then, we hear a cat purring when we are in bed. I think that it's their way of telling us that they are still around.
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Post by Mortuus Fakeuus » April 7th 2015, 11:38pm

My heart breaks for Kristen every time I see these pictures of Kitty. I don't know anything about cats, having never had one, but Kitty looks like she was such a sweet baby. I do hope that one day soon your daughter will be a cat-mommy (or dog-mommy) again. It's been a rough year for both of you, but you've kept on truckin' because, well, it's just what we do. Alain, please tell Kristen that we're all thinking of her and her little one.

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Post by conjurer » April 7th 2017, 10:40am

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That's such a great pic, Alain, and perfectly illustrates how "our" cats are really pretty much in charge. It's always a terrible day when, as cat "owners", we have to do the right thing by them.

Interestingly, and illustrative of how time becomes fleeting, the other day Mrs. C was on her Faces-books page, and asked me, "how old are our cats? Four, five and six years old?" For the live of me, I couldn't recall. Murphy, O'Brian and Smokey had seemed to have been around forever, and at the same time, it didn't seem that long, either. I recall posting some pics here of 'em and found this one:

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Which I posted of Murphy over six years ago; I was astonished--Murphy still acts like a particularly dim-witted kitten, but he was middle-aged, in cat years, and he's the youngest of the three.

I made sure I gave all three of the furry Irish hooligans extra treats and hugs that night.
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Post by Mortuus Fakeuus » April 7th 2017, 12:47pm

Good lord, has it really been three years already? Damn. How has Kristen been doing? I know that, for me, three years barely puts a dent in the sense of loss, but it is a start. Nonetheless, I hope she's doing better. Please pass along our regards...
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Post by TemerityB » April 7th 2017, 1:04pm

Here's to all of our friends, both two and four-legged, that remind us that the most precious commodity of them all is time.

If you're anything like me, koi ... well, let's just say that after my own loss at Christmas 2015, things have never been the same. Hurts, but I am eternally grateful.
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Post by TimeBeing » April 7th 2017, 4:54pm

TemerityB wrote:Here's to all of our friends, both two and four-legged, that remind us that the most precious commodity of them all is time.

If you're anything like me, koi ... well, let's just say that after my own loss at Christmas 2015, things have never been the same. Hurts, but I am eternally grateful.


I totally agree! our 4-legged healers have more soul and more unconditional love than anything else or anyone else. They bless us with their presence and comfort us when we cry. I believe love never dies and these blessed little ones live on in us forever!
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