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Tis Good to Be a Princess


March 18th 2011 2:36 pm
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Why do we have to lose our friends? It makes us so sad - especially to see other people hurt. It is so sad to think of all the loss in Japan, and we feel so helpless. I wish we could help Hazel's Mommy not hurt so much, but alas, that is not a possibility. We were in the crochet group together, and I aspired to have nice blankies like the ones Hazel tested. Mom says I have been eating well - even sneaking some of the boy's food too! My weight has finally been holding steady, so she feels at this point it is ok to wait for me to see the vet until my check up in May. Tigger goes for his test, and I hope it is ok - he used to pick on me, but now he kinda keeps Smitty from picking on me - so he is cool. I even let him nap in my basket. Here's to an uneventful, and quiet weekend!


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Purred by: Lena (Catster Member)

March 23rd 2011 at 4:46 pm

We're glad you're eating well and maintaining your weight. Our vet says that's a very good thing to do when you're older. (I gained an ounce but because I'm so small, that's a good thing.)

We know what you mean about loss. One day someone we love will be gone from our lives. Our friends, our family, everyone. It's very sad to think about it. But that only makes it more important to enjoy the time we have with them now.

We miss Hazel Lucy too. Everyone who has met her does. But it's only because she was important to us that we do miss her when she's gone. As Shakespeare said, "It is better to have loved and lost, than to have ever loved at all."

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