November 5th 2012 4:09 pm
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PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY AND CAUTOUSLY ON ROADS! due to peoples neglect my poor t-bo has been hit and killed today. people dont understand that these are not just farm animals, theses are members of my family! t-bo will forever be in our hearts and he will never be forgoten. he will always be remembered as my fat, food loving maniac of a wonderful cat
rachel- love yah tebs!!!!!
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I'm so very sorry for your loss. :( Sending purrs and love.
This makes us feel sad, too...please accept our condolences, on T-bo's behalf.
Sending a lot of hugs and purrs...
Pipo & Minko
Oh my goodness, we are so very sorry, we feel to terribly for you. Our purrs and purrayers are with you during this difficult time, with lots of hugs too.
Minnie & Penny
I'm very sorry for your loss.
Very sorry. Run free in the Heavenly sunshine T-bo.
Our hearts go out to you with our deepest sympathies. Always remember your precious T-Bo with only the fondest memories and don't be afraid to cry as long as you have too and don't feel bad if you feel like laughing. And hun, we understand, being from the country and seeing cars going 60 on back roads is a very scarey feeling when you thank about your babies roaming the land. I have lost a few dogs and a kitty to the country roads myself.
The best thing to do is go love on your babies and Riley. Dogs are great consolers. Take care of yourself.
thank you so much you guys and zachary for your loving words :) and yes sometimes i do feel like laughing cause of the funny things he did hehe
Sad purrs over your loss of T-bo... it is always sad to lose a furry friend, but especially so suddenly and needlessly makes it even worse. I still teared up a bit when preparing the Catster page for Nonsense, our first Egyptian Mau, who we lost to kidney failure at age 16, over 20 years ago.
To try to have something good come of your tragedy, people should reconsider the issue of indoor vs outdoor kitties. Over time I have lost a couple of indoor/outdoor cats to automobiles, and one for reasons unknown, but suspect possibly coyotes or feral dogs. We are currently pawrents to a wonderful Ocicat, soon to add another Oci, and they are both going to be totally indoor cats. The average lifespan for an outdoor cat is 3 to 5 years, while for indoor ones it is 12 to 18 years.