Monday, November 28, 2011

Mama is Sad

Mama says her human companion left today. We are confused. I have been walking around looking for him tonight, but he is not here. Mama keeps having water come out of her eyes and we do not know what to do. We love our mama and we wish we could make her feel better. Milita and I keep following her around and laying by her or in her lap and purring, but mama is still sad. Please send purrayers and purrs to our mama; we want her to be happy!



  1. Oh no, we don't know what happened, but we sure want your mama to be happy. Please be there for her. Let her cry as long as she wants. We are sure your purring and love will heal her heart.
    We really don't know what to say. We don't think any words can really help. But we are thinking about your mama and hoping she will be happy again.

  2. Oh dear. We're very sad to hear this...but you kiddies are doing a good job staying close to her. She may have leaky eyes for a while so please stay close to her because having furries close by will surely be comforting to your Mama and will help her through this sad time.
    Mama - cry and talk all you need. It will help you through this. *hugs*

  3. We don't know what happened, but please be sure to take care of your Mama, okay? We bet she could use extra snuggles, lots of purrs and some nice kitty kisses. And please tell her that we are sending purrs and prayers of comfort and love for her, okay?

  4. I am so sorry your companion left. Of course, I know what that feels like - prayers going out for you now. Even with that, you still found time and energy to comment on my blog. Amazing! Thanks for all you do for the kitties.

    For those reading this, check out my cat blog archives for some informative posts and archived stories about the cat abandoned/feral colony I manage.
    Debby in Arizona

  5. We're just finding your blog today, December 23rd -- we got a Christmas card from you, thank you so much. We hope you had received our ecard earlier in December, if not, it's on our blog on a separate page.

    We don't know what happened, divorce/separation or perhaps death, but whatever transpired a month ago, please know we're sending your mom purrs and universal Light. We hope she'll be okay.

    Long before we were born, our mom was with someone for a decade, and when he left it took our mom a very long time--many years--and medical help to recover--partly from that and partly from a foolish rebound relationship that left her more devastated. Angels Annie and Chumley kept her going--literally.

    So while we don't know what has transpired, nor do we need to, we promise you're not alone out in blog land.

    Wishing you all peace and blessings.