I still miss him dearly.
Pierre misses his brother too. They lived their lives together everyday, playing, hanging out, and cuddling.
I had dreams of trying to convert Oliver, MK, and Pierre into inside kitties, but MK remained semi-feral and wouldn't let me get to close. Investing your heart into feral kitties is dangerous business, as their lives are often too short, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Oliver and his family are my family.
You are loved MK, you are forever loved.
|MK, Pierre, and Oliver|
Gosh, is it a year already? It doesn't seem that long to us. Soft purrs and gentle kitty kisses to you today from the boys, as you remember MK. That love is eternal and infinite, and we have to believe that MK's energy/spirit/whatever can feel it. Peace to you.ReplyDelete
It is hard. I have an outdoor kitty who I want to get indoors but she is determined too. I am so sorry, I know your heart as a MK sized hole in it. Not knowing is awful but I know MK's soul is still very much present in your life, and I hope in some small way that is reassuring.ReplyDelete
we know exactly what you mean.....we have a feral girl we care for and it breaks mom's heart wishing we could give her more but knowing she wouldn't accept it.ReplyDelete
I've thought of him often, and I so hope he would have returned to you. He was loved and cared for, and that was more than his feral heart could have ever hoped for.ReplyDelete
In this bitter cold, I say extra prayers and fuss over my ferals too. I open the door, but they won't come in. It won't stop me from trying! Cannot believe it's been a year already, and I too think of MK. That beautiful white patch on his chest like a cravat! The Hubby says maybe I should find a hobby that brings me joy, but my ferals ARE JOY...even if I worry and mourn.ReplyDelete
That is very sad. I wish I had something comforting to say, I know how much you miss him.ReplyDelete
A year, wow! I know how you must miss him. When my kitty Emily went missing I mourned her and I still do. It is so hard no knowing what happened to them. Hugs to you and Pierre and his family.ReplyDelete
Yes, it's so difficult, we've been through that lots too. Love and hugs from all of us.ReplyDelete
Gawjus furmily. Weez sendin' purrayers.ReplyDelete
Now 'bout Marvin...furst he is just so adowably cute. Those symtoms tho', sis Lexi who be 16 years old and has CKD also duz sumfin' similar from time to time. Mommy calls it her weak time. We figger it has sumfin'' to do wiff da weight loss (ie: muscle loss) happenin' cuz of da kidney disease. Sissy is on a high protein, high quality, low phosphorous diet to try to help avoid da muscle and weight loss, but nuffin' is gunna completely stop it. Weez sendin' purrayers fur Marvin and fur all. Hope yu have a blest day.
Dezi and Lexi
I have thought many many times about MK and I asked about him last year. I guess cat parents never forget their charges, their fur children. I remember all of my babies and miss them to this second in time. You gave MK, Oliver, Nora and Pierre the best of the best. HUGSReplyDelete
*hugs* I cannot even imagine what it must be like to have a kitty disappear like that. Those kitties are SO lucky to have you in their lives.ReplyDelete
I have prayed and prayed that he would return and I am so sorry that he hasn't. I at least pray that he was picked up by someone who gave him a good home. You never know. I had found my Angel Bobo years ago as a stray. I drove around the neighborhood and read lost cat ads (there was no internet then), for two weeks and only kept him when his owner couldn't be found. I gave Bobo a wonderful life for 18 yrs. I pray that the same happened with MK. xoxo catchatwithcarenandcodyReplyDelete