Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Thanks to the Kittehs for a gift they didn't realize they were giving me.....or with the way of cats, they MAY have known. Yesterday my wonderful, feral-turned-lovey indoor cat had to be put down....her condition had no fix and she was in constant distress. So I opened your blog for today, and spent time with special members of Feline Nation, with tears, of course. Thanks, Vicki.
Dear Susan...I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I've certainly felt similar to you when losing my dear furry friends. I hope you will fill that space with new and wonderful things, but know always that your cat will be held in your heart in a special place.Vicki, thanks for asking for cat advice from your kitteh, who is, I might add, looking rather plump since the last time I saw him! The advice is to be expected. But then, we sure live in uncertain times. My Panther is running her kitty-olympics right now after breakfast.
Susan, I'm so sorry. Oddly enough last night I dreamed I was walking down the street and saw a very tiny pale gray kitten, mewing piteously. Of course I picked it up and brought it home. Barb, Cory thinks she looks just fine and she washes her tail at you. (I agree, she's a tad plump.)
Maybe more grooming will help us all. xo
I am so sorry about your kitten Susan. That is always so very sad.
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