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I just heard (read) about Rainbow Bridge for the first time and it moved me to tears. My tomcat Mulder went missing April 2001 and I’m sure he’s there!

We looked everywhere for him. With the car, with bikes, the police, the local and national animal rescue… He’d been missing before because he got locked in someone’s cellar when they were on holiday. But this time – nothing!

I consoled myself by telling myself that he’d found a farm with lots of other semi-wild cats but I knew in my heart that that wasn’t true.

I realised this the first time he came to me in a dream. He was a chatterbox in real life but he spoke in cat language then. In my dream he spoke in human language and told me not to worry. He’s happy where he is and can do whatever he wants to.

When I was looking for him, my last resort was the animal sanctuary where I met Lil and Leenie. I fell in love immediately and took them home two days later. I’m sure this was Mulder’s doing. They don’t go out by the way - it’s to dangerous.

I love my girls so much but there will always be a special place in my heart for Mulder and I’m so looking forward to meeting him again.

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I'm so sorry about Mulder, Paula... I'm sure that he is over at the bridge with so many friends and he is so happy.
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Hi Paula, its Susan.
So sorry to hear about Mulder, but you never know what might happen.
If you read my thread of 'A happy Ending', its about a friends daughters cat who went missing for 8 weeks, then was found by a complete stranger.

Dont give up hope yet!.

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I'm sorry to hear about Mulder. If he is at the Rainbow Bridge, know that he is up there watching you, watching out for you, and waiting for the time when you can be reunited.
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