Here’s the March installment of the Fifth Year of Retired Introvert. It’s about cats, which I haven’t written about for almost three years.
When you lose your cat, is it normal to consider getting another one? Here are 7 reasons why it doesn’t make sense for us to get a new cat. What do you think?
It’s only been a little over six months since we lost Mickey. And now Brutus is gone. This is my tribute to Brutus and how he brought joy to our lives.
Six months ago, we lost one of our two cats. Brutus has been on his own since then and has had to make a few adjustments. And he’s mostly doing just fine. Read all about it!!
It’s tough losing a beloved cat. But do we think about how it affects our remaining cat? Brutus lost Mickey and I think he’s grieving. Read about it.
As we move on after losing Mickey, we are so grateful for all the love and compassion from everyone. He was never “just a cat” to us.
Pets are part of the family, so losing one isn’t easy. We lost our Mickey this week and it’s been tough. Here is my tribute to Mickey.
What do you do when you have a sick cat and he can’t tell you what he needs? I’m feeling so helpless right now because we can’t get Mickey back to normal.
A simple visit to the vet becomes a lesson in life and death. Our pets become family and it’s no more obvious than when you witness the chaos in the vet’s office.
Are you celebrating International Cat Day? Even if you aren’t, read about what I’ve learned about cats in the last three years. Likely nothing new to cat owners, but it’s been enlightening for me!!