Saturday, July 29, 2017
As she entered she said, "Don't worry. He is only an overnight guest. I will take him to the shelter tomorrow. (At that time Noelle worked for the Delaware Humane Association.)
I was lying on the floor, my head and shoulders propped up against the sofa while I watched TV. Noelle set the kinnen down and it immediately waddled across the living room, climbed up upon my chest and snuggled it's head beneath my chin.
"I think somebody is staying," Noelle said.
Indeed he was. From that day forward he was my cat. We had several cats, but he was mine. He would
I loved that cat.
Tonight a little past 8:00 he died.
He had begun the passage earlier this week, until he was very thin and very week. I though yesterday would be the day because he just lay about. I took him to his food dish, but he crawled away.
It has been a tough week. Last week Laurel's cat Romeo died. She was working that night, cat sitting, and not home when Romeo passed. He had lay on a trunk all day, but that night he got down and halfway into the hall, collapsed and was gone. I think he was trying to get to Laurel, heading for her room.
I was here next to Mark when he went. I believe he was in a coma by then. I am so sad right now. I will
They say all dogs go to Heaven. I think cats do, too. I loved you Mark, may you rest in peace.