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Friday, April 27, 2012

Hi, and thanks

I want to thank all of you for the comments, compassion, and concern after losing Mary Read that way.  I'm still adjusting to not having her around.  Mary was the one who always snoopervised when I was preparing food, for kitties or for me, and I still tend to check for her before I put anything down on a counter.

On a happier note, Billy White Shoes has figured out how to get into the 'big kittie' litter box.  He seems a bit intimidated once he gets there, but he is getting more comfortable.  The litter there is several inches deep, and Billy keeps moving around digging one place after another, and seems a bit flummoxed he never seems to hit bottom with all his digging.  But eventually he finds a spot he likes.

Thanks again.


5 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We are still purring for you over Mary Read. We know the Woman would be thinking all the things you were thinking but she also knows, standing outside that it really isn't true--thoughts to you on your baby-

~E said...

Mary Read is still watching you from the Rainbow Bridge honey. Hugs

Prancer Pie said...

We are still sendin purrs and pawsitive thoughts your way. Concats to the wee one on graduating to the big kitteh pan!

KARLAVAGNEN said...

Great to hear from you again!!!! And I am glad to hear BWS has moved on to the big cats territory, albeit a bigger litterbox (pooo it smells!!!)

Big hug!

Laura and Taffeta Rose said...

Just read about Mary Read; we are so sorry. We all try to do the very best for our little fur ones, which I know you were. Sadly, it doesn't seem to prevent the guilt and "if onlys" that go through our minds when something happens. Thankfully the shock lessens over time, and we start to remember the happy memories more. Gentle hugs and soft purrs for you and your sweet Mary Read.