Nicknames: Shmooey, Baby!, Raggedy Mickey, Her Royal Tabbiness, Super Kitty, Princess Dolly, pookitty, Princess Prettypants, Kayla, Baby K, Mommy's Baby Girl, lots more!
Birthday: August 2nd 1989
Coloration: Brown Tabby
Likes: Mommy and Daddy, being sung to, her special blanket, greeting Mommy at the front door, her kitty house, eating cheese, sitting right next to Mommy, napping, caterwauling, getting her teefies scratched, tripping people in the kitchen, sleeping with Mommy
Pet-Peeves: not getting people food, mommy not being home with me all the time, being told no, matts, being brushed
Favorite Toy: my purple catnip mouse, and I love to play bubbles
Favorite Nap Spot: wherever daddy wants to sit down next, so mommy will make him move :)
Favorite Food: Compliments pouches, Fancy Feast, Friskies shredded turkey and cheese...also ice cream, NoYolks noodles, any kind of cheese especially cream cheese, people tuna, Gerber turkey, deli meat (I get giddy when I hear that crinkly sound!)
Skills: telepathy, visiting mommy from the Bridge, making mommy fuss over me, posing for photographs, healing powers (mommy calls me Doctor Mickey), flying to dinner as Super Kitty, being a brat, making people happy
Arrival Story: I was going to get a black Persian, because I wanted "the ultimate bad luck kitty." My sister was getting a blue Persian. When we got to the breeder, the black was gone, but while they were writing up the papers for my sister's blue, Mickey stuck her little head out from under a sofa and my entire world changed. She wasn't actually for sale, since the breeder got her from another breeder to use as a momma cat. There was no way that I could have lived without her, so I ended up paying $600 for her, which was the best deal I ever got in my life for my eternity soul-kitty. I have had some unhappiness in my life, including a lengthy history of depression. Miss Mickey changed my world, and I am forever grateful to her for her love and devotion.
Bio: We had 17 years, 3 weeks, and 1 day together before my baby went to Rainbow Bridge to wait for Mommy on December 5, 2006 at 9:35 a.m. Just three days after my 36th birthday on December 2. Mickey really wanted to stay for that and didn't show me how sick she was feeling until after. She never wanted to be apart from me any more than I do from her. We know we're never apart and that our love transcends all temporary differences in where we live. She's waiting for Mommy at our spirit home and starting her important kitty work already. We agreed when Mickey was still living here on earth that our spirit job will be to greet older kitty souls who left earth in shelters, or while homeless. We want to make sure those kitties arrive safely and loved at the Bridge. Since I met her, I've never not felt her spirit with me, and that remains true now. She is my beautiful forever-daughter. Now she is not limited to staying inside whatever house or apartment I live in. Her sweet spirit follows me everywhere, and our souls are forever entwined. Birthday August 2, 1989. Met Mommy November 13, 1989. Bridge Day December 5, 2006.
My time has come, I must say Good-bye,
Please mom don't you worry, please don't you cry.
I'm surrounded by Angels and a sweet heavenly glow,
I'm in good hands, mom, I want you to know.
Don't ever think that you've failed me,
That's simply not so,
You would've given it all to save me,
Believe me, I know.
I will always remember the love that we shared,
Nor will I ever forget, just how much you cared.
God needed me in Heaven,
He called me to his side,
Don't cry for me, mommy, it'll all be alright.
I know that you'll miss me,
But have faith and you'll know,
That someday you will hold me once again,
God promised us so.
I shall come to see you,
Look close with your heart,
We are forever connected in spirit,
No World can keep us apart.
Tomorrow is December 5, 2008, which means that at 9:35 a.m. it will be two years since I came here to Rainbow Bridge. Of course I am Mommy's bestest guardian angel now, but she still gets sad that we can't see each other every day. We always feel each other's love though.
I am sending my most beautiful angel sparkles to my Mommy because I know that my Bridge Day is hard for her. She scheduled the day off from work so she can be home. She did that last year too, and she says that she will never work on a December 5 again, because nothing is more important than honoring her baby girl. (That's me). :D
I love you Mommy!
trilly purrrrrrrrs from your eternity daughter ~
Miss Mickey :)
I thought I would tell a little story to you about how I helped Mommy feel better on my year and a half Bridge Day.
Yesterday was June 5, which means it has been a year and a half since I came here to Rainbow Bridge. Mommy was so verily sad. I mean, she always is on the fifth of each month now, but this time, she was reallyreally sad.
So I arranged for her to get a present from me today.
Mommy posts on the local Freecycle.org site. She has given away a lot of stuff on there, but only gotten one thing for herself in almost a year. So today, I did some angel magic...
When I was on earth with Mommy, I had my dry food in a plastic Tony the Tiger bowl that Mommy got from Giant Food. Now she eats out of it herself and it always makes her sparkly to think about me.
Today, a lady was inspired to offer a vintage Tony the Tiger set from Kellogg. It has a medium sized plate, a bowl, and a teacup. I made sure Mommy was inspired to check Freecycle not long after she posted it, and then the lady picked Mommy to get the set! ;) :D
So now the day after a day when Mommy was so sad, she has a present from her angel kitty. I thought I would share this with everykitty so that the Mommies who have Bridge kitties know that we work in all kinds of ways to tell you we still love you extremely verily!