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LakeRidgeBBWSeek 59M
36 posts
9/13/2019 7:16 pm
Another loss in my family

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LakeRidgeBBWSeek 59M
3749 posts
9/13/2019 7:26 pm

OOPs, damm near forgot my starter post !


FresnoWoman 49F
609 posts
9/14/2019 11:51 am

I'm very sorry for the loss of your friend. Cats have a way of leaving their pawprints on one's heart.


LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 9/14/2019 2:04 pm:
Thank you. Tho I only had her in my life 10 months, she was precious to me, as is her younger sister is now. We both miss her very much ! Let no one say animals dont grieve a loss of a companion, as my Cinder is doing just that, having had Fuzzy in her life since she was born seven years ago !

LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 9/26/2019 9:57 pm:
Thanks. While I have had 30 cats in my life over 57 years, often 2 or more at a time, the loss of each one is a memory that never goes away. I have no family, except an errant Sis in Orlando that chooses not to communicate with me, so my cats are terribly important to me. My Cinderella is still with me, and since she was Fuzzy's sister, they had been together their entire life, so she is having a tuff time adjusting, more so then me perhaps. We are taking care of each other tho .

LakeRidgeBBWSeek 59M
3749 posts
9/14/2019 2:08 pm

I see my post was edited, Fuzzy was thirteen years old in Aug, and her sister is seven years old now. Fuzzy died on Sept tenth at seven twenty five am after several days of hanging on to life! Lastnite was the first full nite of sleep I have managed in over three weeks. maybe Fuzzy's spirit has moved on now to cat heaven or the equivalent !


author51 57F  
86547 posts
9/25/2019 1:00 am

Sorry for your loss Hun..

One can never have enough JOY in their life...


LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 9/26/2019 9:54 pm:
Thank you. It may seem silly, but where I live, and what I am dealing with on a daily basis just staying alive, my cats are my sanity. And to lose 2 in a years time, to the same issue, is really hard, because I cant help but think I did something wrong, neglected them somehow because of my own issues, yet I know it isnt true.

PonyGirl1965 54F
10866 posts
11/19/2019 1:49 am

I'm so sorry about Fuzzy. I get really attached too. I lost one of my rescue dogs this past week and spent the day bawling. Hugs!!


LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 11/19/2019 11:55 am:
Am so sorry to hear of your loss as well. It has been 2 months & a week now, since Fuzzy passed. Has been hard on me, but even harder on her sister, Cinderella, as she had had Fuzzy as a companion since birth. It looked to be touch & go for awhile, I thought I might lose her also, as her grieving was so strong. But in the last cpl of weeks she has finally started acting like her old self, tho I cant do the grooming she got from her sister. I give her all the attention I can tho, and she is adjusting. So thanks for the good thoughts, and I return the same to you, losing a pet HURTS !!

GypseeRoze 51F  
61 posts
1/8/2020 6:24 pm

Aww, Im sorry to read this. A pets love is so pure. Rip sweet Fuzzy.

Gyps


LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 1/9/2020 12:06 pm:
I got Fuzzy & Cinderella at the same time, sisters, from same mommacat, tho six years apart in age. So Cinder, being the younger, had had Fuzzy as her life-long companion. She grieved as much as I did, when Fuzzy died, and I thought I would lose her too about late October, when suddenly she seemed to come alive and understand I was her 100% companion now! I love her, as I truly have all my cats (she is #30) in my lifetime, but her sister Fussy at 13 yrs old when she died, was one of those few that win your heart so deeply, that it was heart breaking indeed when she died. Her predecessor, ChrissyCat, at nine years old, was another such, and I had had HER all of her life, only 10 months with Fuzzy. I have never had kids, so I guess I dote on my pets more than many, and ALL but three kittens born to their rescued mamma, have been rescues by me, as have been two of my five dogs over the years, so they all have been VERY special to me! In fact, I frequently prefer the company of my pets to people !

1seeking1 54F
2877 posts
1/11/2020 7:03 am

Sorry for your loss, pets are such big part of my life. September , my mini schnauzer, bichon frisee at age 17 had to be put to sleep. We were heartbroken, all 3 cats seemed to be looking for him. Pets give us so much.


LakeRidgeBBWSeek replies on 1/12/2020 2:09 am:
Years ago, in the '90's, I had a cat that was a rescue, owner was going to drown her, as he had already done with her kittens, his son brought her to me, knowing I took in animals in need. She was a very unhappy cat, I had 3 others, and she didnt want anything to do with them at all! Eventually, she made her piece, via the screendoor method Jackson Galaxy recommends in such cases, and became grudgingly one of the clowder of cats in my home. A few months later, I rescued a female french bassett hound, and with no claiming her I ended up keeping her as well. My cat Shallom (named by the son who brought her to me), made friends with this bassett hound, 6# cat, 80+# dog, and for the next 14 years, they were inseperable. Neither gave a dam about the other cats in the house, which sadly one after another died over that time, and when Marty Bassett died at the age of 17 yrs, Shallom went into mourning, and I thought I would lose her too. During the following months I DID lose another cat, just short of his 18th b-day, I got him the same way I got her, but from a different source, And suddenly, Shallom for the 1st time in her life was an only pet! it was devestating for me, to lose 2 in 6 months, and facing the probable loss of a 3rd soon. I went out and found a kitten needing rescue, a 1/2 siamese 1/2 russian blue, who was a handful of hot pistol! HE would not take NO from Shallom when He wanted to play, and brought her out of her mourning and gave her life for two more years. When she finally did die, at age 18, natural causes, it was hard on him too, and he escaped out the door, seeking her I think, and was never seen again!
Some folks think animals are not intelligent, sigh, most are far more intelligent than we give them credit for, and those domesticated, even more so, and form attachments & emotions not seen in the wild. I have had 30 cats in my 65 years, and 5 dogs, and all were as intelligent as a pre-teen human at least, maybe smarter! There isnt a day goes by I dont miss each & every one of them. And truthfully, I get along much better with animals than I ever have people!!

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