December 3rd 2011 1:58 am
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I wish to thank all those who sent their notes to Natasha's family. I personally thank each one....
This morning I went looking for some pictures that I took of her during the summer months when she was so active. She came out of her room even to have these pictures done. She looks good in them. ....Now, she is just drinking and peeing. Then, she returns to her cat tree to rest. The poor girl is getting tired.....You can see it in her face in the last pictures that I took of her last night.
She is not coming to me to purr even when I call my husband. When she was a kitty, I think that she thought my yelling to him was me in distress so she would come and groom me. I would call to him from another room and she would inmediately jump on me to take care. Now, she just sits.
Her energy is consumed by drinking and peeing......thank you again...
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Oh, it's so difficult....because we know how hard this is on you. We send you so many purrs and lots of love.
We, as cats, live in the moment. We enjoy the time we have with our people, and time is that moment we love, purr, eat, sleep, play.
For you, our beloved humans, it passes too quickly.
Please know that I, who have had my surgery near the time Natasha had hers, are purring today, all day for you. As are the rest of the cats here.
Mommy cried last night, and wants you to know that she is tihnking of you.
Daddy is praying for you, and all us are purring. Tigger, Socks, and Patches will be waiting. You will never be alone.
May God bless and comfort your mom and family, and give you strength.
Sad purrs from all of us
You gave her a good life, and the great gift of release from an ailing body. My heart goes out to you, and my purrs and prayers.
We're keeping you and Natasha in our thoughts and purrs.
A very difficult time when we kitties get close to our time to travel over the bridge. We are purring support for you and your family and puray that all is peaceful.
Timmy T and Family
Don't feel guilty as Natasha's had a good long life with you and it sounds like it is her time. I hope she has a nice peaceful final visit to the vets
Natasha has had a wonderful long life with you and you both are lucky to have found each other.
We will still always think of her as a sweet kitten, who has been a constant angel. Now, she will be a real angel.
Your selfless decision today is admirable and we are proud of you. We wish that we all could be with you today to share in the final goodbye. Please know we send our love and give her a kiss from us.
Will, Amy, Izzy & Liam
and a peaceful journey, sweet Natasha...
You gave Natasha a long, wonderful life. Not every kitty makes it to 17 so it's a measure of your loving care that she did. The last gift you give to her will be the hardest but she will be welcomed at the Bridge by my Sally Maria and many beautiful angels. She will always have a special place in your heart.
Hugs & Purrs,
Sally Maria Angel & mama Kristi