My Salem passed away recently and I miss him so much, we all do. I thought I'd share this update and another few photos of him with this eclipse post that he was in.
We don't know what happened to Salem I do know the day he didn't come to supper I knew something was different, then after a few days I knew in my heart he was gone. He had acted a little off a couple days before, nothing that made me think he was sick just a feeling. I wish I had realized and known that something was wrong so I could have helped him. We did find him and he's now buried in our pet cemetary.
I'm not a cat person, we kind of inherited the 3 cats we have and grew to love them all over the years. Salem was the cuddle buddy of the 3, very friendly. He was a terrible drooler though, never seen a cat who drooled like he did. Salem and his brother Cowboy had been together almost 15 years and for a few days Cowboy was obviously grieving, it was so sad.
I still see him in his favorite spots. Our pets arent with us nearly long enough.
If I had known on that day our time was near the end
I would have done things differently, my forever friend.
I would have stayed right next to you deep into the night
but I thought that I would see you in the early morning light.
And so I said “Good night” to you as I walked in through the door
never thinking of the time when I’d see you no more.
But if I had known that on that day our time was at its end
I would have done things so differently, my sweet forever friend. ~ Sally K. Evans
R.I.P. Our precious Salem cat. You are much loved.
March 2003 ~ October 2017
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