Find Time to Remember with Love

Finding time to remember with love is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves.  And so, I find time to remember my beloved cat Katie.

Katie

October 15, 1993 – July 12, 2011

Katie entered my life in January of 1994. It was one of those old-fashioned frigid January’s in New Hampshire; the daytime temperatures never rose above 0º, and the nights were -30º for weeks and weeks on end.

I let people know I was looking for a kitty; I learned about an abandoned cat, left with her 2 kittens in a cardboard box on a snow bank. After making several telephone calls, I located the forlorn family at a local vet’s.

Well, I fell in love with the female kitten – white with big calico patches, wise eyes, and a stubby, crooked tail. Katie.

How she blossomed through the years, from a wary shadow to a stalwart soul who sat side by side with my pups, waiting for treats! Eventually, she discovered her teeny purr, interspersed with little cackles. Everyone who saw her was immediately drawn to her. My New Hampshire cat.

Katie, thank you for almost eighteen wonderful years. I am so grateful for your presence in my life.

I remember with love and, in the remembering honor you and honor the rich tapestry of connection … all the moments … that are the warp and woof of my days.

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Comments

  1. Paula,
    Just a note to say I’m sorry for your loss of Katie. Pets take up such a big place in our lives, a place we don’t always really understand until they’re suddenly gone.
    For a few years after my 15-year-old cat Zenobia, died, I kept seeing her little black shadow out of the corner of my eye, and I still think of her, and her wild excitement every time I open a can of tuna.
    Still, as you say, there’s gratitude for their presence. Thanks for letting us get to know her a little.

  2. Hi Eve –

    Thanks so much for your kind words and for sharing about your companion Zenobia.

    Yes, my animals are an intricate and constant part of my family. Even in death, they hold a warm place in my heart, as you describe. And I do remain grateful.

    My best to you,

    Paula

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