July 7, 2017

Different Topic

Kitties, this is the Katie Mom and not Katie.  Admiral decided to dictate a blog from OTRB for me tonight and so I was over there  just now re-reading what she said and shared tonight.

While there, I noticed in her blog feature that she has at the bottom of the blog, namely a random three blogs suggested to read.  One of the suggested three blogs was from September 2011.  She had to go to the hospital and stay quite a while. She was down to 6 pounds.and sickly  (She passed in December 2011).

Admiral had said in that blog that she needed her furriends very much because she was in the hospital and requested/wanted prayers and purrs that she, the Admiral not be afraid.  She and I  really meant that. But I was afraid for her too.   The idea of fear in any of my kitties is heartbreaking.  So she asked for you all's help. And the outpouring of love and support she was given so quickly made me  well up with leaky eyes this evening after reading that blog and it's responses so many years later.

I surely said it when Admiral returned to me later, but even now all these years after the fact....thank you from my heart.


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  1. Dearest Carole,
    Yes, our fur babies can cause us great joy and tremendous grief at times.
    Loosing them is so rough and I almost certainly believe that my unexpected paralysis had something to do with losing my most favorite fur baby of all. We rescued here from Acapulco, she flew home with us, the sweetest thing ever. We did not know she was pregnant but we kept all five of her babies. WHY oh why did she disappear after nine month?! My guess is that she got kidnapped, because of her good looks and her extreme silky fur. I was so heart broken... Rare auto immune disease they called it but only God knows. And we prayed that my girl is still alive somewhere. She never could have more babies but we wanted to give her love and a good life.
    You can read about her here: http://mariettesbacktobasics.blogspot.com/2010/09/telling-you-tale-of-our-4-feline-girls.html
    It sure feels good to be amongst like minded people that care and grief about their fur babies...
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  2. We are all family here, and we all look out for each other. That is what makes this little community of ours so special.

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  3. It is a most wonderful community of animal lovers here and we care deeply about each other and support each other through good times AND sad times. I wouldn't have it any other way! I am honored to have so many friends in "this world"..............

    Love, Pam

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  4. It is true, this is a very loving and supportive community. I have definitely found it so recently! ❤️❤️

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  5. This is a wonderful community to be part of. Support or advice is always willingly given, and so many friends have been made.

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  6. This is all so true and so great how everyone supports each other. It is so good to have so many good friends, both peeps and kitties and doggies too.

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  7. A supportive community is invaluable!

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  8. We really are family and we're here for each other, it's wonderful.

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  9. Yes, we are a family! And In my heart, there is still an Admiral shaped piece. I am happy knowing that Nellie and Admiral are there and welcoming all our furrends who have so recently passed over. I send you hugs dear friend.
    Love Barb

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  10. Bless your heart Mom of Katie and Angel Admiral. Such a sweet and loving post. Mom had several visits from their first kitty Milky-Way after he passed. Hugs madi and mom

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  11. There is a lotta love here!! xoxo

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  12. We didn't have the opportunity to meet Admiral. But we've experienced the love and caring of this community. It's pawsitively amazing.

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  13. We remember when Admiral left for the bridge. Such a sad time! And we cried again today rereading those posts.

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  14. That's the amazing thing about a community of like-minded people (with regard to how special our fur companions are). There IS an abundance of love and support when needed. Hugs from me and purrs from the boys.

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  15. It's always so wonderful to have support from other kitty lovers when you need it. And to know you're not alone. We also luvved da fotos of Katie in da sun. Lookin' gawjus as always. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

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  16. Each of us has that fear within our hearts and I suspect each of us has had to reach out and ask for prayers and purrs to help. It is good to have that support of those who truly know and understand. WE sure do miss Admiral.

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  17. We are very glad that you received the care and support you needed. That is the best thing about the Cat Blogosphere, the kindness that lives in it.

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  18. We are family. Then, now and always.

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  19. I wasn't blogging back then, but I am thankful that I finally found this wonderful community of caring people. XO

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  20. Cat blog world is a wonderful place where we can share stories and many things with friends who truly love fur children. I'm grateful Admiral san and you received so many heartfelt support when needed. Sending hugs xo

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  21. We were just getting our paws wet when Admiral left. We hoped we met her.

    Emma and Buster

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  22. We remember that so clearly. It's an amazing, wonderful and loving community of friends we have here, isn't it? The Cat Blogosphere is a family, now and always.

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  23. We weren't around the blogosphere back then. But we're happy to be part of the family now.

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  24. We loved Admiral like she was our family just like we love you and Katie too. We will always miss her.

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  25. We are all very blessed in this community to have each other. It is a wonderful, and caring community...we one is hurting we all hurt because we all love our furbabies and many times each other's too. We all loved admiral, and it was devastating when she crossed that bridge. Sending you a big HUG!

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