Adios in Everyday Ramblings

  • Feb. 19, 2023, 3:26 p.m.
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That is Diego on the left, a relatively recent picture.

He died last night. It was probably a stroke, a blot clot cut loose. He died in the carrier on my lap on the way to the emergency vet. They were good about the whole thing. The vet confirmed and was thorough and compassionate.

The amazing Mrs. Sherlock drove us and stayed with me.

Most Honorable is going to bury him in their backyard with my other guys if there is room under the big blousy pink peony.

I feel surrounded by love and concern, and I am grateful for that.

He had a strong will to live and fought hard to stay with us. Somewhere between 10 and 11 years old, he went on from a distressing beginning to a full rich life.

He is missed. His brother has never lived a day without him, but he is adjusting.

That is what we do. We love them with all our hearts and when we lose them, we adjust.

But we never ever forget. Adios my friend and closest companion.

Last updated February 19, 2023

FitLadyDi February 19, 2023

I am so very sorry for your loss!

noko FitLadyDi ⋅ February 19, 2023

Thank you.

Garnet February 19, 2023

I'm so sorry you lost Diego. šŸ’•

noko Garnet ⋅ February 19, 2023

Thank you.

IpsoFacto February 19, 2023

I have offered my condolences on Facebook. I just want you to know that Iā€™m sending you a kitty brother much love.

noko IpsoFacto ⋅ February 19, 2023

Thanks Dana.

Zipster February 19, 2023

I hope your Diego has met up with my Sweedee and they are freely eating whatever they like with no complications. I am so very sorry for your loss.

mcbee February 20, 2023

I am so sorry to hear about Diego. There are no words I can use to make it better and I know it was quite a shock. Take care of yourself and love and cuddle his brother as you process all of this. My thoughts are with you.

Jinn 6 days ago

Oh, I am so sorry I missed this . He was such a nice cat.losing a pet is always a heartbreak. Hugs to you .

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