Thank you. And sorry for all you have lost - it's incredible painful to loose them so young. Hopefully your living ones have more luck!The Rogue was lovely. We have one cat in our backyard whom we've had for so long that we can't even remember how old she is. But I'm not so lucky with my indoor cats: 7 years, less than 3 years, & 10 months is how early I have lost three of them in the last few years.
It makes me wonder almost every day how a mother can lose a child. The pain of losing one of my cats has been devastating to me so I don't know how mothers endure this.And our sweet little Darcy. Born March 26, 2014, adopted by us October 24, 2014, went to the Rainbow Bridge on December 16, 2014, a victim of FIP. Darcy was a sweet, gentle soul who wound herself around my heart the minute I saw her at the shelter and hasn't let go yet. Her passing was devastating; she was so perfect and so loving, and it breaks my heart that she never got a chance to grow up.