If you have experienced that before, likely it will happen again. I do believe that many people have the ability to "see" and "touch" other realities but I am the super practical, grounded in reality person, except when it comes to my passed kittehs. For some reason they can break through :) Yes I did and might be an interesting read. I also didn't realize that there were books about the captains like Sig (my other favrit since he is based out of Seattle). Thanks for passing it on and when I do another Amazon order I may pick it up cuz I think Bryan would like to read it too.
When Chester passed away in '12, I took it kinda hard. As we do not have any photos of him, I bought a 10" porcelain figurine with 2 black cats in close and tails entwined. Have it on bottom shelf of plant stand so as a memorial of him and his mate, Midnight(still with us)Chester was a bird hunter. That's how he survived out there. Anyway, as we live so close to the park he used to hunt in, I can still see him, off in the distance, forever hunting and coming toward me. We have lost so many over the years. Each with their memories that we hold so tightly.
i thought that's why we all had so many friends here. we all had such bad memories we needed that many more people to remind us of stuff. :) maybe that's just me because I have a bad memory. I wasn't trying to say you have a bad memory when I had sent you that message, I was trying to say why I would think tigger would greet blackie. if yap on too much about this let me know.
Ohai cataff! Tabini and Fanta have been hiding under the bed with the toys Prudence sent, feeling teh sads. They have been transmitting purrs to Blackie and tell me that there is no longer a receiver for them. So I'm guessing Blackie made it safely over the Rainbow Bridge. We made you a card and have picked some sweet-peas from my Mum's garden. *places card and vase of sweet-peas on transporter, presses Make It So* http://cheezburger.com/7936468480
I don't know if you re-read(or have a better memory than me) my profile but that tigger had to be helped to the rainbow bridge because of cancer. so don't worry. she'll be a good guide/buddy for blackie
Hi, hope each day gets a bit easier. Whenever we have lost a furry one, I feel their presence for quite awhile as if they haven't quite left yet and are trying to comfort me and let me know they are OK. On a cheerier note - I get to make flower arrangements now! I just love the calendar and thank you so much for it. I've made one for the Hall and the library so far.
A day or two after Lola died, I was in the kitchen, fixing dinner and got a glimpse of her through the corner of my eye. She was standing just beyond the fridge, swishing her tail like she always used to. I also felt her walk on me in bed. She always "vibrated" when she walked on us. None of the other cats did. Of course when I reached out to her, nobody was there, but it was comforting.
Keep the memories. Lock them away in your mind and heart. Guard them as they were gold and silver. Never let go of them. That way; Blackie will remain, with you, always. Cry till your chest hurts. I've been there. We all have. My sincere condolences for you. All of us cat folk are here for you.
You're very welcome. I know that feeling of combined anger, sadness and emptiness. My arms still yearn for a cat to hug, but my Cuddles is not that Cat. ;) The pain will lessen and the anger subside perhaps a second at a time...but it will happen. Things never are the same though...how can they be? A very crucial part of us is missing and we can't have that back...but we keep going anyway cuz we have to fulfill our purpose and stuff. ;) Be well Sweetiepie..Hugs backatcha!