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Missing my baby...

Friday, September 23, 2011

One of my children, of the feline persuasion, got very sick and had to finally be put to sleep a couple months ago. I'm still missing him alot.
He was such a cuddly boy. He would wrap himself around my head on the pillow and sleep with me. It was so comforting to hear him would put me to sleep. He would always come to me every night and want to snuggle on the couch. He'd bury his head in my neck while I held him and purr himself to sleep.
This tiny bundle of fur gave me so much love and acceptance that my days seem a bit empty now. He was always with me and would follow me around the house most of the day so there was very little he didn't take part in.
I miss him terribly.
I know I was very blessed to have had in my life and I'm so grateful. I just wish it could have been for longer.
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    I'm so sorry for your loss. I know what a big part of our lives our furry babies become.
    3321 days ago
    I'm so sorry for your loss. :-( It's devastating to lose an animal, especially one that really loves you and bonds with you. One of the most incredible and loving cats I ever had will have been gone for 3 years this December. It took me a year and a half to be able to talk about him without crying. It still breaks my heart. I feel your pain and I am so sorry you are going through this.
    3321 days ago
    I am so sorry for your loss! It is tough to lose one of our furry children! Sounds like he was REALLY a loveable boy! I believe we will meet our furry kids again at The Rainbow Bridge. Hope it brings you some comfort.
    3321 days ago
    Sorry for your loss. :( We had to put our old husky dog down right before last Christmas and I still miss him...especially when I take my morning walks. Pets definitely have a huge impact in our lives. (sigh) emoticon
    3321 days ago
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