Friday, August 28, 2015

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day



Emmy and Kodi
Ollie
Oh how I adored these cats. Each one taught me so much. Em brought me into the world of the cat lady by becoming diabetic. Ollie taught me to love a soul despite of and because of a grumpy nature. Kodi taught me about FIP and brought me into being an advocate and to share with others what I learned so that his life was not in vain.

Andrew - foster
Lori - foster
Chandler - foster
Buffy - former foster
Henri Sigmond Spitter
Smivick - foster
Miss Benny - foster
Cupcake - foster
There are others, but the early parts of my blog aren't well categorized. It is hard, doing what I do, but because I do it I have helped save so many. None of are promised a long life, and I take comfort in the fact that those kittens that died young had the best possible life at the end.



This post is part of Zee and Zoey's blog hop check out other posts here.

18 comments:

  1. My human is doing this meme today because... well, she just can't. Although a weird thing happened today: she was dropping off some food and litter to Kitty Bungalow (we got it for free at cat shows), and the route she took wound up going right by the crematorium where a good friend of hers is - and she hasn't been there in decades. So she stopped by on the way back home. That was enough for her.

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  2. What a beautiful post - so many wonderful pictures. Thank you for sharing and for giving those sweet kittens that had to go to the Bridge so early a life filled with love, dignity, and respect while they were with you. Love from Mr. Jazz, the Zee/Zoey Gang and Purr Prints of the Heart.

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  3. What a nice memorial.

    Emma and Buster

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  4. special to look back and see the influence of others.....lovely memories

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  5. It is good to remember those who have come before. <3

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  6. Tears as I read your beautiful post. Thank you for doing what you do.

    Purrs, prayers and hugs as you remember these special angels, today and always.

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  7. Beautiful remember post. Hugs and purrs

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  8. What a lovely tribute!

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful souls with us. Dad wishes he still had the physical ability to foster and sends a special hug because he knows of the extra tears that mix with the amazing love that comes from such needed works
    Timmy and Family

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  10. What a beautiful tribute. Thanks for sharing their memories.

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  11. Nice tribute to all the beautiful souls that you had the honor of knowing.

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  12. This has been such a special day remembering our beloved pets who live forever in our hearts.

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  13. Each one of them gave love...and got love in return. Purrs...

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  14. We all deal with grief in our own time and way. I feel emotions so deeply that I have to move forward through grief with happy thoughts in order to survive. My fur children will always have a special place in my heart. How wonderful we can have a day to remember our fur children who've gone before us.

    Mom Paula

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  15. We would think that working with rescues and fostering would be the hardest and it probably is.
    You probably survive by focusing on the fact for the time they were with you that they had a great life
    and knew love. For that you are amazing. Extra special purrs to you.
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ
    and mom Nancy

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