August 24th 2010 10:44 am
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Mommy wants to say thank you to everyone who has shown such a beautiful out pour of emotions and love to me and my family during this time. Everyone is starting to feel a little bit better. The pain never goes away but the sting eventually wears off. Mommy knows I'm in a better place now and that I'm free. Being mad won't help her. She's all ready preparing the foster room for a new arrival. She can't replace me but she can make a difference in another kitty's life. I'm glad she's not giving up because of me. The best way to honor my memory is to save another life.
While she was doing so she was thinking of me. I was never suppose to be their foster. Mommy brought Jubilee into the adoption event and never expected him to find a home. There were so many kittens there that day and he had been there for so long, she was certain she'd be taking him home again. Well wouldn't you know it, he got adopted. Less than a few hours after she dropped him off. That afternoon the nice lady who runs the adoption event called mommy and asked her if she could take me home. I was doing really bad in a cage. I was so scared and lonely and they were afraid I'd get sick there. Mommy was going to take some time off but relented and drove out to pick me up. I was a mess. I was shaking and dirty. Being abandoned is hard on a girl. My brother had all ready been put down when we arrived because he had massive brain trauma and I was so scared. Mommy brought me home and into the foster kitty room. Daddy was in the bedroom, he had hurt his back that weekend and wasn't able to get up. Mommy let me out of the cage and picked me up, she carried me into the bedroom so I could meet daddy. He pet my head and smiled at me. These were good people. Then mommy brought me back into the foster kitty room. I was still pretty scared. The room smelled really strange, but it had a big comfy chair in it, my own clean litter box, fresh food and water, cat grass, a big open window with a cat ledge on it, and lots of toys and beds for me to chose from. I decided it would probably be ok here.
I did spend the first day hiding under mommies huge desk. She has a great big desk in there. Mommy lay down on her belly on the floor in front of me and gently pet my head and sang to me the song that is now on my profile page. I slowly came out of my shell. The next morning daddy worked from home because his back was still too sore for him to drive into work. He sat in the big arm chair and I slept by his side all day. I've never been so happy. There's a picture of us on my profile page from that day. I had only known him a day and I was all ready so happy with him.
Mommy knows she will get over the heart ache eventually but she'll never forget me. I wasn't with them very long, but I was very special. Thank you everyone for thinking of me. I love you all so very much.
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My Mommy always says the best way to slap death in the face is to save a life. Your Mommy is a smart lady.
Well said. You will never be forgotten!
Hugz and purrs, Sassy
A beautiful testament to unconditional love! We will never forget her grace and beauty!
Hugs and purrs,
Simon & Reuben(an angel)
We love you, Eva. You've left loving pawprints in your familys and friends hearts forever.
Your short time with your foster pawrents made a wonderfur memory for them to treasure furever.
That will always be with them...and so will the love they had fur you.
Purrs and hugs!
Pipo and Minko
What a sweet story Eva.
You'll Always be Loved! ♥
Oh, that is so beautiful to read! Bless you sweet Eva! You are loved...
Hi pretty angel kitty that was so beautiful and even though it was short you could not have been more loved. So glad you had those memories I happeness.