Do humans feel sadness like kitties?
I think so. We better tell the readers what happened so they know why we’re sad.
You do a better job of explaining things, so you go ahead.
Today we lost our “sister”. Mom told me that Ebony was a Bass-Lab and she was about 16 years old so that’s really old for dogs. She’s been sick for quite some time now and today she had more problems.
I noticed that she couldn’t walk.
Yes, Mom and Uncle Bob didn’t want her to suffer so Uncle Bob took her over to the Doctor’s house this afternoon. He called Mom to let her know what was happening.
Is that why Mom has lots of water coming out of her eyes and nose.
Yes, she’s sad just like we are. When I first came to live here, Ebony accepted me even though I was different from her. Here’s a picture of us when I was little.
Wow…I don’t remember you ever being that little! That’s a nice picture. I’m glad Mom took it so we can remember Ebony.
I’m going to really miss Ebony ‘cuz we always took naps together. She was too old to play with me, but we used to talk to each other.
We better go sit with Mom ‘cuz I think she needs some hugs and I know we need hugs!
6 thoughts on “Sadness”
I’m very sorry to learn that Ebony has died. I know you have a big hole in your hearts right now. You’re in my prayers.
Thank you, human Donna. We miss Ebony but we know Mom does too. We’re busy taking care of Mom now.
Pluma the working cat says,
I yam berry sorry for your big sad, I know what the sad feels like cause i had one before christmas. i will purr for you and your Mom.
How wonderful to hear from another fur person. Sadness isn’t fun so we really appreciate the purrs for us and Mom.
So sorry to hear about Ebony, We’re thinking about you
Mr. Kase…Mom said you are a good friend of hers and that we should tell you how much we appreciate the kind words. It’s hard for us to adjust but right now we’re busy taking care of Mom. Thanks for following us.