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Artwork provided by my daughter, who said it was okay to post despite our very sad Christmas Eve.
Santa at Play
Everybody should have a happy holiday if they can.
Self-portrait of the artist
Sending our best wishes for you and your family at this unfortunate time. We lost a pet prematurely this year, too.
I’m very sorry for your loss. I was personally heartbroken when I read your previous post, and I’d be an absolute mess if it happened to one of my cats.
On a positive note, those are great pictures. Looks like you have an artist on your hands. Tell her to keep practicing and working at her craft.
Hope you can still somewhat enjoy time with your family. Great artwork !
Great pictures! Wishing you as merry a Christmas as circumstances allow. Thanks for sharing the photos and stories of Fred – he sounds and looks like he must have been a real character.
Your daughter is amazing. Her memorial stone for Fred is beautiful and touching. I have many wonderful memories of Fred. A real cool cat.
Merry Christmas, even if a day late.
As a cat lover myself (3 cats + I’m a volounteer at an animal shelter), I understand your pain.
In the orter hand Christmas is a time were you as a family can come together and support each other. Christmas is also a time when a lot of new things and plants come into the house, very interesting if you are a curious little cat. Your story got me thinking and made me clear out a lot of stuff from my home. I have 4 cats waiting for me at home, and I was heartbroken when I read your post.
Nevermind my late response, I’d like to echo Brian and say I was gutted reading the post about your cat. :( our own two cats are a central part of our life, our companions and buddies, so I feel your loss. I hope by now the sad weight of Fred’s unexpected passing has started to lift for you and your family, however slow it might be.
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