Thank you. I love your signature. I am sensitive when it comes to losing our babies. I found myself doing a lot of crying, reading some of the stories here. I wish their life spans were 30-35 years. I was lucky to have Sylvester Senior for 18 years. He is now at Rainbow Bridge waiting for me.
Welcome to Pet Talk, Sindy. I see your boys and my girls are the same age.
Welcome to Pet Talk, Sindy and Sylvester and Garry Bear!
Pat (and my six cats)
Death thought about it.
CATS, he said eventually. CATS ARE NICE.
-- Sir Terry Pratchett (1948—2015), Sourcery
Welcome to Pet Talk
I enjoyed seeing pictures of your babies.
Loved the cat pen, cant let my babies see it or they will want one too
I have 4 babies-- 2 Tuxedo 1 Tabby and 1 Tortoiseshell
# 5 just went to the rainbow bridge last month. ( I replied back to your post there
earlier today) Thank you
Looking forward to seeing more picture of your babies
Just wanted to let you all know that Sindy wrote a blog about Sylvester and Garry Bear.
"I don't know which weapons will be used in the third World war, but in the fourth, it will be sticks and stones" --- Albert Einstein.
This is quite late - but welcome. I don't get to this section enough, nor the cat section either. Not that I don't like cats - I've had quite a few darlings of my own over the years. Right now tho, I'm only Mom to one little dog, and Grandmom to two gray twin kitty girls of my son's.
I saw Randi's post about your blog, and was drawn to read it. You write such a lovely account of your furkids. I was smiling thru some tears while reading about Sylvester and Charcoal - being the old softie that I am. I also enjoyed reading Sasha's comment that she posted there too.
Hope you'll continue to write more..........
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Wolfy ~ Fuzzbutt #3My little dog ~ a heartbeat at my feet
Sparky the Fuzzbutt - PT's DOTD 8/3/2010
RIP 2/28/1999~10/9/2012Myndi the Fuzzbutt - Mom's DOTD - Everyday
Ellie - Mom to the Fuzzbuttz
To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.
Ecclesiastes 3:1The clock of life is wound but once and no man has the power
To know just when the hands will stop - on what day, or what hour.
Now is the only time you have, so live it with a will -
Don't wait until tomorrow - the hands may then be still.
~~~~true author unknown~~~~
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