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Re: Beloved Cat Died Elle2021

Posted by Snowie on November 6, 2003, at 19:38:08

In reply to Re: Beloved Cat Died Dinah, posted by Elle2021 on November 6, 2003, at 6:10:22

Elle,

I'm glad you have your wonderful memories of sweet Bianca, and that was a very thoughtful question, Dinah. You'll never forget him, even though it may be somewhat painful to remember. I have my memories and I smile and then I sometimes cry. But I'd rather cry than to never have known them.

Snowie

> > Would you like to share some funny/sweet stories about your cat?
>
> Yes, I'll share some things about him. His name was Bianca (even though thats a girls name and he was a boy). Anytime I was sick, he would always be concerned with me, and lay with me in bed until I felt well again. He loved to play with the rug, and would always tear it up! He had the most pinkest nose I have ever seen on a cat. Just the prettiest one. He loved to sit with me while I would type messages on pb. I miss him now, as I sit here and write this. He's buried in the back yard inside a blanket that he liked. I guess the only thing really comforting is to be able to know what happened to him. I had a cat a year ago that disappeared, never found her. That really ripped my heart out. Some people just don't understand that for some people, pets are children. Mine are. Thank you so much for your comforting words, you have been very sweet.
> Love, Elle


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