Moonlight (In Loving Memory)


Domestic Long Hair/Himalayan
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Nicknames:
Moonie, my Little Moonie Moonlight, precious boy

Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

Quick Bio:
-part feral

Birthday:
April 19th 2006

Coloration:
Lilac Point

Likes:
cuddling, running in the sunshine, playing with his siblings, stinky goodness

Favorite Food:
stinky goodness, all flavors

Dwells:
outdoors

Arrival Story:
Hubby and I have four indoor kitties, but we also care for a group of stray / feral cats who showed up last year by the creek branch near our back yard. Most of those kitties started out 100% wild; indeed, they were wild-born as near as we can tell. Over many months, I managed to tame them, and gradually, they bonded to me. Moonlight was one of these kitties. Though they're tame with me, the outdoor kitties still behave as feral cats with everybody else. I have a special relationship with them all, but I had a particularly close bond with my little Moonlight, a gentle-spirited boykitty who was love shaped like a cat. And he started out the wildest, most feral kitty of them all. In March 2007, a few weeks after he'd visited the vet for his first round of shots, Moonlight went to the Bridge. A beautiful, shining light was gone. Hubby and I buried him in our yard, and I placed spring flowers on his stone.

Bio:
Moonie was a very small boy, only six pounds. As near as we could figure, he was close to a year old when he went to the Bridge. Though he almost always stayed in the yard, one morning he was hit by a car -- a beautiful light snuffed out by a brutal world. He had a rare condition known as cryptorchidism and was exceptionally gentle and delicate. Indeed for some time, hubby and I thought he was a girl! It was only when we took him to the vet for the first time that we found out he was a boy kitty. He was a special little boy, and I miss him terribly. Though my heart hurts because I will never hold him again, he will always live, in my heart and in my memories, with me. We will be together. I will never let him go.

Forums Motto:
Forever Loved, Never to be Forgotten

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Devastsated in Tn -need strength &prayers

I've Been On Catster Since:
May 19th 2007 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
544569


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