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Sweet Tigger

post #1 of 16
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I'm numb. I just don't understand how something like this could happen to my sweet girl. She was kind, loving, beautiful. I just don't understand. Tigger-Pigger was a rescue we've had for several years. She was an indoor (mostly) outdoor cat. She's Mom to Jake, Worm and our princess China. She only came inside when it was cold or at night. It was hard to keep her in. Saturday morning she went out as usual. Around noon a car pulled up in front of the house honking like mad. This lady ( a neighbor) got out and she was crying. I knew she hit someone. I could just feel it. I went outside and she was crying and said she hit one of our cats. I asked where. She pointed down the road. I ran. There she was. Gone. Why!?! Why did this happen?! She NEVER runs back across the road. She grew up outside. She always stayed away from cars. But, she did that morning. She went across the road to the bank and just as the lady got to her, she darted back. I won't go into details. I thanked the lady for stopping and told her I don't blame her for it. It was an accident. My Moms theory is Tigger decided it was "her time to go" and she picked that way to go.

My sweet, sweet Piggy. I'm so very sorry. I miss you so much. Your look. Your meow. The light in your eyes. No words can express how I feel right now. We love and miss you, Piggy. Play happy sweetheart.

I'm not numb anymore.
post #2 of 16
I am so sorry to hear about your cat, maybe it was like your mom said, it was just her time to go.

I am sending prayers and hugs from Mississippi for you.

post #3 of 16
I am sorry you lost your beautiful kitty. I just lost my Simba on the 9th and I am still very sad. Hopefully Simba and your cat can meet at Rainbow Bridge.
post #4 of 16
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how devastating and shocking it can be to lose a cat in that manner. Maybe your mom was right and she chose her time to go.

Just know that she is over the bridge now, with all the endless meadows to explore and you will see her again someday.
post #5 of 16
Oh my I am so sorry to read about the tragic loss of your special kitty These things are never easy and I am sure Tigger-Pigger crossed quickly

RIP Sweet Tigger-Pigger, play happily with all the other special kitties over the Bridge

look down now and then , you moma misses and loves you so
post #6 of 16
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Thank you everyone. It's just so tragic and sudden. I've lost cats/kittens before but not like this. I'm so used to saying "Come on, Piggy." That I still catch myself doing it. I have to remind myself daily that she's not around. Her sister knows Piggy is missing and looks for her at night when it's time to come in. Peaches looks so sad when Piggy doesn't show up. We're comforting each other but it's just as hard on her, too.
post #7 of 16
I am sorry to hear for you loss.
I do hope your family including jake,worm,and china all heal in time.
post #8 of 16
I am so sorry about tigger. What a beautiful girl. You gave her a wonderful home with lots of love, and for that you will always be blessed.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,

post #9 of 16
I'm so sorry to hear of this, I know how your feeling right now, and if you need to talk, please feel free to PM me

RIP sweet Tigger
post #10 of 16
I am so sorry for your loss of Tigger. Play freely at RB sweet angel.
post #11 of 16
I am so sorry!! I know losing a cat, or dog this way is tragic!!

RIP sweet Tigger.
post #12 of 16
What a gorgeous little girl Tigger is as well

Play happily at Rainbow Bridge you sweet angel

post #13 of 16

RIP Tigger - fly high darling

post #14 of 16
Look at that Sweet Angel I am so sorry for your loss
post #15 of 16
I'm so sorry for the loss of your sweet Tigger! Rest peacefully, honey, and play happily over the bridge!
post #16 of 16
I'm so sorry for your loss.

RIP Tigger
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