After about 14 months of cutting it fine on the street outside my place Chino met his match with a car this morning.
Chino had one huge personality and was the best roommate I’ve ever had. I’m embarrassed at how cut up about his death I am but I’m not embarrassed to admit I loved him something fierce.
I’m going to miss him.
Oh, I’m so sorry! My heart goes out to you.
Sweetie… I know sorry doesn’t even BEGIN to cut it, so for once I can just say that I can truly empathise with you. I have so many dog-shaped holes left in my heart from puppies loved and lost, I fear that I’m running out of wholeness.
Now, you know that I’m not much of a cat person. However, through your words and photos, it felt as if I too, knew your kitty and yes, he even burrowed into my heart. He made us laugh all the way here in South Africa! Now if THAT doesn’t make a feline famous, I don’t know what will?
Good luck darling and please let me know whenever you would like to chat or cry on my shoulder. I’m here for you. xxxx
He was such a lovely fellow, and I’m so sad to hear about this.
The inherent problem with burmese is that they’re so darn curious. But that’s why we love them too…
My thoughts are with you.
Poor Dee, I’m so sorry.
Lots of hugs matey
Miss Lisa says
Oh noooo, I’m so sorry! Losing a pet from old age can be heartbreaking but from accident is just awful. Sorry babe!
I am so very sorry to hear about Chino’s demise. There are few things as heartsore as losing a pet and the world isn’t equipped to deal with the grief that owners feel.
Last year my best friend and companion (Will the cat) disappeared and despite my best efforts there have been no sightings and everyday I think about him and hope that he is warm and being cared for.
Here’s to our best feline friends everywhere….. may you return again as another cat in a cat lovers house.
Regards hun (and hug!)
RIP Chino and sympathy hugs to you Dee…