Thursday, May 01, 2008

You Knew It Had to Happen...

Yep, I've got a blog for my new kittens. Just one more sign of the decline of modern civilization.

Actually, it's more of an excuse to deluge the world wide internet with photos of my appropriately adorable kitties than anything else; although for some reason I've actually been writing some stuff there too. (Must stop any behavior that involves thinking...)

Anyway, please stop by and fawn over the felines at your leisure:


At May 01, 2008 11:37 PM, Anonymous speener said...

Just how many blogs can one person have? (technically have 5 - I think)

At May 02, 2008 7:15 AM, Blogger Koto & Lyra said...

I think the basic plan is to heap more guilt upon myself by adding another blog to neglect. (The joy of being raised Catholic.)


At May 03, 2008 12:17 PM, Blogger Merujo said...

The world can never have enough cute photos of kitties. :)

As the sad and sorry resident of a no-pet neighborhood, this gives me the opportunity to enjoy virtual pets. And no allergic reaction, too!

At May 07, 2008 12:32 PM, Anonymous Jennifer said...

I am so happy to hear that you have kittens. I read 'Leo's' story the other night and was so touched as I have also a feline best friend and his name is 'Mikey', he is a pure white 5 year old deaf sweetie. As I read your journey through Leo's illness, the tears just rolled down my face because you remained so hopeful and positive throughout the entire process because of the love for your best friend. He was so beautiful even when he was ill.
Before Mikey, I ran a feline rescue for cats that were positive for FELV but were not symptomatic, I remember the final days of each of them very clearly and that pacing you do up and down the hall, wanting to know if the time is now. The decision to assist them in passing on is overwhelming though I have not faced this as of yet with my Mikey. I felt as if I was there with you and I can only hope that when Mikey's time comes, I will be as good a friend to him as you were to Leo.
Leo was a lucky little guy to have a mom like you and though he is gone, as long as you remember, he is not really gone.
Enjoy your new kitties.


You can see my Mikey at

They that love beyond the world cannot be separated from it.
Death cannot kill what never dies.
Nor can spirits ever be divided,
that love and live in the same divine principle,
the root and record of their friendship.
If absence be not death, neither is theirs.
Death is but crossing the world, as friends do the seas;
They live in one another still."

William Penn, More Fruits of Solitude


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