Remembering "Smoke that Joe"

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Furever and Ever

March 7th 2010 10:55 am
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My mommy has been dreaming about me again. She had a lovely dream about me last night, in her arms, on her shoulders, perched proud as I once was. In her dreams I could talk and whispered, furever I will be with you. The little sqeeks of purrs and meows, for I never was a big 'talker' mostly mommy could just read my body language and read my eyes. Mommy said they were peircing green sometimes. I never asked for much, and I never begged. But I was loyal and proud. I wanted to share a poem we found while browsing; which is so befitting us felines thoughts and emotions. Yes we do have emotions, strong and loyal! Never forget we are always with you Furever and Ever!

And God asked the feline spirit
Are you ready to come home?
Oh, yes, quite so, replied the precious soul.
And, as a cat, you know I am most able
To decide anything for myself.

Are you coming then? asked God.
Soon, replied the whiskered angel
But I must come slowly
For my human friends are troubled
For you see, they need me, quite certainly.

But don't they understand? asked God
That you'll never leave them?
That your souls are intertwined. For all eternity?
That nothing is created or destroyed?
It just is....forever and ever and ever.

Eventually they will understand,
Replied the glorious cat
For I will whisper into their hearts
That I am always with them
I just am....forever and ever and ever.


To my special two toned fur angel; Smokem's

March 2nd 2010 5:07 pm
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When I am in need of feeling some joy and tender memories, I think of you, Smokem's. Never had I ever had an animal that was as tender and loving as you were. The moments we shared alone, because we had no one else but each other; those were the times when we laughed and played and learned new tricks from each other. I remember when daddy was really terrible to mommy and you'd run and hide under the bed. But that didn't last long, as we got our things together and moved far away from that way of life. You were only three then, but you had the patience to listen to all my woes when no one else would. You'd listen. You'd watch and wait. And I'd cry out of lost dreams, but with thankfulness because you were there. You would jump on my shoulders and encourage me to dance because you'd be right there ne'er tumbling down. We'd dance and you'd be right there at my feet also learning the new steps. We'd play hide n seek and you would be around the corner in the bedroom spying on me. I was hiding in the bathroom, but you could see me in the mirror! I would stoop down and hide behind the bed and you would sit there knowing I would 'peek' upwards to see you winking at me. I cry so much for you my darling Smokey Joe, my baby boy, my green eyed friend. You were a hero when I had no heros to look up to and when my nights were silent, your soft purrs were there to enlight my moments. To fullfil my future, knowing you would be with me for all days. But you were only with me for two more years. Oh how I cherish those two more years, for you brought me so much joy and companionship. I love you baby boy, for all time and forever yet to come. Love, Mommy


In the beginning

February 21st 2010 4:31 pm
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Fur friends and neighbors, mommy is finally coming around to be able to share the life we spent together. I was only 5 weeks old when mommy came to the no kill shelter to find me among my two other brothers and we were without a mommy. Don't fret, my brothers got adopted by some other nice family also! The shelter said our Cat mommy was killed by a speeding car. I was aggressive because I wanted mommy to pick me! And she could only have one kitty. They had me on vitamin shots and pouch kitten food, because I was so thin, weighing in at only 1.5 lbs. It was Christmas time and mommy had been through some heartbreaking times. Although I am always looking over her, I come to her in much needed stress released dreams, to let her know I am alright and still looking over her. Baby Smokem's was what she would call me. The first few months I spent with my mommy, I was fed people food, like scrambled eggs and shredded chicken cooked with chicken broth. I still had to have shots from my newly found Vet and he really helped mommy take care of me! I grew lots over the months. I was a playful rascal my mom said. I just loved playing ballie with just a rolled up piece of paper and mommy taught me how to bat it back to her. Then I would catch it in my mouth and bring it right back to her. Entertaining her was easy and she really appreciated me. Now she still does. And she wanted to share a few things this time. One of mommy's most favorite thing that I did was to ride atop her shoulders when she came home from work, I would be waiting on top of the love seat and jump up to grab her neck and lay there while she walked around, AND she could even dance with me up there! I would just hold on tight! I trusted her very much and I know she will always and forever remember me, through words and sharing with friends. I was really a king! I am still a King in her heart.

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