March 20th 2012 9:24 am
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Sending this diary entry from the Rainbow Bridge. Mommy stayed home from work to be with me yesterday, we both knew the end was coming soon. Mama made a special cushy box for me, and we went to the vet to pick up some pain meds. Right away, she gave me a dropper full and it made me feel all fuzzy and warm, pretty cool! I drank a little water when we got back from the pharmacy, but it didn't satisfy me any more.
I was too weak to walk, so mama just kept me in my foam lined box and she, daddy and I hung out on the couch after dinner. They usually put me back in my room to go to sleep but SURPRISE!, mommy wrapped me up in my fleece blanky and laid me on her chest in her and daddy's bed. It was AWESOME to be back in their bedroom... I haven't slept in there in a year, because they didn't let me roam the new house 'cuz I like to pee on the carpet. If they would just have cleaned the litter box more often, I might not have discovered the joy of peeing in the corner of rooms.
Mama was stroking me and loving me SOOOO much. She wasn't talking out loud because daddy was trying to sleep, but we can read each others minds, so she was saying how much she loved me, and that it was ok to go. Oh man, I've never felt more loved than I did the last two hours I was alive... and my mommy loved me TONS all of my life! I started to not care about breathing... I kind of forgot I was supposed to do it. I was so sleepy... then, something happened inside of me and I gasped for air three times and then I started to float. I could see mommy sit up, stroking my head and body, while hugging and rocking my body. It was fun to fly, I felt so good. Nothing hurt any more, and I felt so peaceful! I showed mommy my new home over the Rainbow Bridge. I could run through the grass again, my newly formed old belly, swinging back and forth as I trotted about chasing mice and insects. I can send purrs to mommy from here, so it's not like I miss her or anything. It seems like she misses me, but she'll soon recognize my long distance purrs...
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