Sweet Dulcie-Rainbow Bridge

Siamese/Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Sweet Dulcie-Rainbow Bridge, a female Siamese/Domestic Shorthair

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Home:Sterling Heights, MI  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female

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Sun Sign:
July 4th 2008

I've Been On Catster Since:
October 27th 2008 More than 7 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Meet my family
Honeybunny Boo
Twinkles Boy
Asti Spumante
Claude "The
Great One"
Milagro the
Lil Bear
Bridge 12
RomeoSydney -
BooBear MoceriDoodle Bug
Hershey aka
Cool Bobb

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Such a Short Life

September 2, 2010

September 2nd 2010 11:10 am
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Meowmy still thinks of me and cries, especially since her Lil Bear is ill. Be and Lil Bear were short-term roomies back in 2008. Meowmy only got to adopt me for a few dasy before I went to Rainbow Bridge. Mewomy didn't want me to be an orphan from the rescue, even though she knew I was going to be an angel that week. If I hadn't gotten sick, mewomy was goign to figure out a way to keep me, even if she had to argue with daddy!
I see meowmy look at my pciture with the poem and she cry a lot. I think she cry for me, for Yoko, for Asti and mostly now for Lil Bear.


My Sweet LIttle One

January 12th 2009 12:14 pm
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There is not a day that goes by that I don't think of Dulcie. And I wonder why? I mean, I wonder why she, in her short life, touched me so very deeply in a way that my two other cats at Rainbow Bridge did not. Or maybe it is BECAUSE of them that she touched me so deeply. It's not only myself that she touched sodeeply, people who never even met her were touched byher storyand by her soul. Our rescue tried to long and hard to save her but we had to do what was best for her, to show her we loved her enough to not make her suffer any more, Believe me, it was the hardest day of my life so far. I believe it's different when they are taken and you have no choice, but when you have to make that choise it becomes soemthing else altogether. I miss her so very much and WHenver I look into my LIttle Bear's eyes I think also of Dulcie, the two were very good friends, of the same breed, but oh so different! LOL Dulcie, I love you. Little Bear, I'm so glad I have you!


My Baby vs. the Horrors

November 21st 2008 5:16 am
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Dulcie: As we bring forth the season to celebrate CHrist's birth, I mourn the loss of you still. You were very special kitten who stole the hearts of everyone who ever touched you, saw you, held you. I was the lucky one to have snuggled with you and had you purr back at me the last few days of your very short life. I still question why these things have to happen. As a rescue volunterr I have seen and heard things that happen to cats and kittens and most are by the hand of humans. I thank ZGOd you were rescued from the streets and at least given a comfortable and loved life. SOem, MANY are not so lucky. Kids who think kittens can be sued for statnic rituals, adults who think they are disposable, those that throw them out of the window or out of a truck onto the freewya and sick, very sick. Then there are those that throw them out out the home like garbage, or lock them up to starve to death with no chance of escape. There are children who think thrwoing them against a wall is "entertainment". These thng sI will never understand. NEVER. When I see these things it becomes so overwhelming and seems so impossible to make a difference. But Dulcie, because of you, I must go on. There are so many to save, so few to save them that we must continue.
I live you Dulcie.

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