Likes: she loves sleeping in the sun and cuddling with her humans
Pet-Peeves: when her doggy sisters bark incessantly
Favorite Toy: Faith loves feathers and tiny mice that make noise
Favorite Nap Spot: in the corner of the couch or on the arm of the couch
Favorite Food: Tuna and cheese!
indoors and outdoors
Arrival Story: Faith came to us when she was a few months old. A co-worker could no longer take care of her and they were on their way to take her to the shelter. One of my mamas wouldn't hear of it and asked if they could adopt me. I've been here ever since!
Bio: I have been with my mamas since the beginning. They have loved me from Day 1! I have had a cat brother who went to the bridge, a dog sister who also went to the bridge and I have two doggy sisters now and a kitty sister.
UPDATE: Faith left for the bridge on August 18, 2009. Her passing was sudden. Bless her and may she always know how much she is loved.
Wow...I can't believe it's been almost three years. Mom has realized over the last few weeks that most of her memories of me are more happy than sad. She remembers the meowwwwing waiting for dinner, or asking for some of her chicken. She remembers me walking into the living and telling those beagles to move on out of the way. She remembers me hopping on the sofa to take a place next to her and watcing the beagles move over. She remembers I loved going outside and from time to time following her and the beagles on their walks. Always made her nervous that I would sometimes not come back the same way. I always did :-). She remembers so many happy things.
Faith, we do miss you. You were definitely one of a kind. We love you Faith. Keep watching over us.
Hello friends...new and old. I have to admit that mom is having a hard time typing for me right now. So many of you have reached out your paw in friendship and I want you to know how much it means to me.
This past week has been really tough for us and it's the little things that mom misses the most. I was a vocal kitty and not hearing me around the house has probably been the toughest. Not knowing what caused me to go to the bridge has been tough.
Mom knows she has to think about the positive stuff...and there's lots of it. Overall, I was a very healthy kitty and had a great life.
I am wondering and since I have friends who will read this day, it would be nice if someone could tell me...how do you do a "tail of devotion". Is there something special I have to do or do I just title it in my diary?
Thanks for making me the diary pick of the day. Mom knows in spirit, i'm sitting in my favorite spot on the couch or soaking in the rays!
I am so amazed at the outpouring of love from my friends on Catster. Some I say are friends of my sister beagle, Scooter, and some of you I became friends with recently all on my own.
I don't think we ever really understood the power of Catster until now. Dogster has been a big part of our families lives and from time to time, Scooter or Trudy would post about us when we needed purrs.
Mom decided several weeks ago when I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism that I needed my own friends. I joined Olde Furts and can I just tell you what an amazing group they are? Bless every of of them.
As for Scooter and Trudy's friends here, your support and love, is truly felt and we will always be grateful for you too.
Mom wants to write a devotion, but it's just too hard. I love you all and thank you for taking time to either send me a rosette, send me a pmail, send me a poem, or a special picture.
Last night my mom asked her good friend to make me wings and today, some of you reached out to make them. This makes me feel even more special that you took the time to do that. Each picture and each set of wings will be cherished.