It’s not often that I will post about my personal life. At least not a post like this…
When I moved away to Pembrokeshire, leaving my cats (albeit with my parents as 5 of the 6 were the whole family’s cats) was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. In some ways, it was the hardest. I spent countless days crying and missing them. Particularly Felix as she was my little fur baby. I wanted to take her with me, but as grumpy as she was to the other cats, I wasn’t sure how she’d react to living with me on her own. It got even harder once Willow was born as I knew I couldn’t see them anywhere near as much as I had been but I was excited for the day when they’d finally meet her.
Yesterday I’d heard from my mum that Tessa was really poorly. Not just that, but Felix was also missing! Terra, our other cat, kept going out to look for her. In the early hours of this morning, cuddled up with my mum and dad on the sofa, Tessa sadly passed away from suspected poisoning.
Completely and utterly heartbroken over the news. Hurting so bad and I have cried so much my head hurts as well as my heart. I’m still holding onto a glimmer of hope that Felix and Terra will be found and that they’re OK but it doesn’t look good. 😭
Such an incredibly sad day. I’m hating the world and hating the people who think it’s ok to poison cats and other pets. 😿 How can we have lost 3 beautiful cats in the space of 24 hours?! It’s just not fair!
Now Felix won’t be waiting in the garden when I come home from Wales for a visit. Looking at me all shocked when I call her name then happy purring and meowing when she realises it’s me. No longer will she laze on my bed, having some down time from the other cats, and no longer will I be able to have cuddles with our three fur babies.
Sorry for such a gloomy post. I just wanted to write about it and get all my feelings out. Completely devastated right now.
Awwww. Well I choose to believe that the dog was trying to save the dying fish. Bless.
A video of a dog desperately splashing water on dying fish is definitive proof that dogs are nicer than humans.
In the video, entitled ‘dog with a heart of gold’, the pooch pushes water with his nose onto the fish in an apparent attempt to revive the dead creatures – but in vain.
The dog, which was discovered in the city Phetchaburi in Thailand, looks confused and upset as his attempts to save the fish seem not to work.
At one point the sympathetic mutt even gently prods a fish with his nose as if to try and wake it up.
Proof: Dogs are nicer than humans (Picture: Ertugrul Hayta/YouTube)
Having said all that… some dog owners commenting on the video have pointed out that it is entirely possible the dog is simply trying to bury the fish to stop other animals from eating them – in a similar way that it buries bones – but…
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