7 years ago this morning (sad post)

It’s been 7 long years today, that I had to say goodbye to my beloved tabby Ollie. My baby boy, my ultimate joy, my bestest friend of 17 years. I still miss hím everyday, he was my heart, my world. I pray he hears me and knows how loved and missed he is.

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  1. Hello,

    I’m sorry for your loss. It is 10 years ago today that I lost my 16 year old Cleo. I know your pain.

    Take care.


    I have reached the age when Happy Hour is nap time. Sent from my iPad


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  2. Though the pain and sadness may have eased, be sure the memories of your special boy won’t. Maybe you could have another 17 years or so of joy with a new rescue kitten so all your hugs aren’t wasted.
    Huge Hugs xxxx

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    1. I have 2 dogs now, both 10, they’re half sisters. I love them, of course, but am definitely more partial to cats. I plan on taking a break after these 2 go to the rainbow bridge. Want to do some traveling and I find that difficult with a pet. Thank you for you kind words David. Hugs back.

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    1. 7 years for you too? It’s amazing isn’t it? How those beautiful angels touch our lives and hearts. I’ve had so many pets throughout my lifetime and although I loved and miss them all, some were deeper. You know?

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