Friday, June 24, 2011

Bringing Miss Kitty Home

When the vet called a couple of days ago to let me know that Miss Kitty's ashes were ready I didn't want to hear it. Sometimes I get up excited to see her in the morning, only to realize that she's gone. No more helping her or loving on her. My husband went to get her. I wanted to leave her there for a few more days so I could just be alone with my silent denial. This is the bag that he brought home. I like that the bag says Kitty Coon. Never thought about her having our last name. Of course you've heard about the rainbow bridge.

This was inside. A nice little poem.... I don't want to think about it. I don't like the box. It doesn't suit Miss Kitty at all. I do like the little gold metal. I wonder if I can put it on a more fitting box.

I don't know where to put her, but as Eric says, she's not in there anyway. She's with God. I know he only gives us people and pets for a short time(and I had Miss Kitty more than most), but God I wanted more time with her.


  1. Aww, I'm so sorry you're going through the loss of your kitty. I know how special furbabies are us. I hope you're ok.

    My thoughts and hugs are with you.

  2. my heart aches for u because I understand how badly u miss Miss Kitty :(

    she was loved and in returned gave u so much love...


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