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My beautiful Misty

post #1 of 15
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My Misty passed away this morning. He was 14 years old. No better companion could ever have been asked for.
He was born March 30th 1992 during an evening thunderstorm, his mother was a tabby feral who decided my garage would make a good place for her labor and delivery. From that night on, my family belonged to him. We were truly honored to have had him in our lives, he was a gift in every sense of the word.
I miss him terribly. I will always miss him. He was my friend. My baby. My Mr. Misty.
Rest, my darling. Someday I will be where you are, and we'll be together again.

post #2 of 15
I'm so sorry for your loss. Misty sounds like a very special cat. RIP sweet one.
post #3 of 15
RIP Misty
post #4 of 15
I am so sorry for your loss.

Rest in peace Misty, and remember to look down on the humans who love and miss you so much.
post #5 of 15
Truly, I'm so incredibly sorry you've lost your precious little baby. My heart aches for you now. May God give you peace in your heart during your very difficult time of grief. You and your little one will be reunited one wonderful day.

Misty, you are very cherished and forever loved as you play joyfully now over The Bridge in perfect health.
post #6 of 15
I'm sorry for your loss but I feel you did the right thing for Mr. Misty. Hugs to you and RIP Misty.
post #7 of 15
I'm so sorry. She lived a wonderful long life thanks to your love and care. RIP sweet Misty.
post #8 of 15
I am truly sorry for your loss. RIP Mr. Misty
post #9 of 15
My heart goes out to you. At 14, Misty lived a beautiful and wonderful life, being loved and cared for by you and your family. Many cat's can only hope for such a wonderful life you gave him. RIP Mr. Misty, and play happy and safe with all of our RB kitties that are gone, but never forgotten.
post #10 of 15
Misty sound like a real love. Condolences on your loss. She is now running free at the Rainbow Bridge. It always helps me to know that our RB kitties will be waiting for us.

Tricia
post #11 of 15
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Thanks, everyone. It was hard to sleep last night, my first night without Misty nearby. Before he got ill he used to sleep on my right side with his front paws outstretched so he could touch me while I was going to sleep. When he thought I was asleep (I know because I tricked him a couple of times) he would carefully get up and go curl up on the end of the bed. If he thought I was still awake, he'd wait until I had drifted off, staring at me and "holding" me all the while. He was quirky like that. I loved him for it.
It was hard this morning too, knowing he wouldn't be there. After waking up with eyelids the size of golfballs, I had a good cry before I put my foot on the floor. I'm trying to keep busy today and be normal for Pyewackett, who's started looking for his brother. Pye is almost 6 and has known Misty all of his life. He peeks into the corners where Misty has laid the past couple of days and looks over his shoulder when he goes to the food dish. He even sits by the litter box as if he's waiting for him to show up.
I'm moving in a few days, which will add to Pye's stress but I hope it helps to distract him from Misty's absence, too.
It's so hard. I'm so grateful that this board is here, just so I can say something about this, and honor Misty's memory somehow.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by TunaQueen
he used to sleep on my right side with his front paws outstretched so he could touch me while I was going to sleep. When he thought I was asleep (I know because I tricked him a couple of times) he would carefully get up and go curl up on the end of the bed. If he thought I was still awake, he'd wait until I had drifted off, staring at me and "holding" me all the while. He was quirky like that. I loved him for it.
what a beautiful memory... hold that close to your heart during this time. be gentle on yourself and cry when you need too. You will never forget Misty but the days without him will get easier. He is watching over you now and waiting until you can meet again.


RIP darling boy - you will be forever loved
post #13 of 15
I am so sorry to hear about your loss, it sounds like Misty truly was a special cat, and sorely missed, but you have some wonderful memories of him. RIP little one.
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by TunaQueen
Thanks, everyone. It was hard to sleep last night, my first night without Misty nearby. Before he got ill he used to sleep on my right side with his front paws outstretched so he could touch me while I was going to sleep. When he thought I was asleep (I know because I tricked him a couple of times) he would carefully get up and go curl up on the end of the bed. If he thought I was still awake, he'd wait until I had drifted off, staring at me and "holding" me all the while. He was quirky like that. I loved him for it.
It was hard this morning too, knowing he wouldn't be there. After waking up with eyelids the size of golfballs, I had a good cry before I put my foot on the floor. I'm trying to keep busy today and be normal for Pyewackett, who's started looking for his brother. Pye is almost 6 and has known Misty all of his life. He peeks into the corners where Misty has laid the past couple of days and looks over his shoulder when he goes to the food dish. He even sits by the litter box as if he's waiting for him to show up.
I'm moving in a few days, which will add to Pye's stress but I hope it helps to distract him from Misty's absence, too.
It's so hard. I'm so grateful that this board is here, just so I can say something about this, and honor Misty's memory somehow.
I'm so sorry for both you and Pye - it will be a sad, tough time for a while, and you are both in my thoughts. Take care to be especially gentle with yourself and Pye during the move - these things are stressful for all of us - and you don't want Pye to wander off looking for his brother.
post #15 of 15
Deepest condolences on the loss of your boy Misty. As you see, I have a dog named Misty! Sounds like your boy was as special as my girl Misty.

Fourteen years is such a long time to have a companion, yet I'm sure it feels way too short to you. Be gentle with yourself and Pyewackett, as you go through the stress of a move.
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