Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Two Again



These are the last photos taken of Aries, the neighbor's cat who lived with us all summer long.  See me smooching and hugging on him? About a month ago, Aries disappeared.  When I caught up with my neighbor last Sunday afternoon, she told me that both Aries and their other cat Persephone were now living, "...where they won't be living outside anymore."  She had rehomed them.

So a fond Farewell to Aries, with whom I spent a lot of time.  Since 2009, he was a staple in our backyard; only a resident this year.  I wish him and Persephone the very best, and hope that their new caretakers bring them to the veterinarian regularly, feed them the best they can, and love them both as much as I have.  Bon Voyage!

Sweetie and Patty O'Malley prefer playing duet, and it's easier to carry two food bowls rather than three.  However, both The Hubby and I tend to keep looking around for Aries, even though we know we won't see him.  Habits like that take time to change.





10 comments:

  1. We wish them all the best in their new home!

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  2. We hope Aries and Persephone are happy...wherever they are.

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  3. We hope they are having a great life now.

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  4. Well, we wonder if they do get out that they won't reappear some day. Our mom used to live in a rural area where a stoopy neighbor moved and left his cat behind. She fed the cat and fixed up a place for him on the porch, but eventually the cat was removed by acquaintances of the stoopy guy. This happened twice. Each time, the cat came back. It took him about a week, but he remembered who really cared for him (and had also saved him from a pack of marauding dogs once too). One day he didn't come back home, but she doesn't think he was catnapped a third time, just that he met some other fate on his journey.

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  5. That is sad. I hope hope they have a better life now.

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  6. Awwww....I wish them all the best.

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  7. Aww, it's sad when the neighborhood kitties aren't around anymore. But we hope Aries and Persephone are in a loving home where they are safe and well cared for.

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  8. We sure hope they have found a great big happy.

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  9. Good luck to those two kitties. I hope they are happy and well cared for in their new home.

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  10. Sad you won't see him but we hope their new family is wonderful

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