Monday, June 20, 2011

Farewell, Auntie Stinkie

We are saddened to learn 19 year-old Auntie Stinkie from Dr. Tweetie's blog was helped to the bridge tonight. She was at home, surrounded by the family she chose to love her. How fortunate for all of them that she decided to move in and keep the other kitties in line.

You can read her story on Dr Tweety & da Fab 5's blog. It's quite heartwarming to know the last years of her life were spent with those who loved her greatly and fed her well.

We send hugs, purrs and wags to her family. We know they are hurting now.

17 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear about your loss
    Benny & Lily

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  2. Oh no, we are sorry to hear this. We will go visit now.

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  3. We saw their post shortly after it posted - what a great life fur all -

    That's khwite a lot of years to be around to torment the khanines!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  4. We read and visited Dr Tweety's site. A fabulous story and a wonderful cat.

    Essex & Dog Dad

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  5. Mom read this earlier and she just had to turn off the computer cause it hurt her heart so much...we are purring for Auntie Stinlie's family.

    Purrs
    Abby

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  6. Our thoughts are with her family.
    Take care
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  7. We were awfully sorry about Auntie Stinkie.

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  8. Were sad she had to leave, but surrounded by fambly seems the best way ta go.

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  9. Popped over and shared condolences. Her story is one of sadness and hope. Auntie Stinkie was a survivor and now her time had come. So very touching.

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  10. We've just been over to leave our condolences and sypmathies. Auntie Stinkie was such a wonderful kitty! We are very sad for her family. Take care
    x

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  11. So sorry to hear of yet another loss in Blogville. We'll go offer our sympathy.

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  12. Yes, that was a very sad loss.

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  13. Very sad.....We'll go visit their blog now!

    Momo & Pinot xoxo

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  14. Thank you Jan and your friends. We are not able to talk too intelligently today... and wrote the story while she sat on my lap. I am thankful for the years we had with her, but I miss her beyond belief. The house is very empty. Sending much love to you and your tribe.

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  15. We were really sad to hear that Auntie Stinkie had to run off to the Bridge. She sure was lucky to have such a wonderful and loving forever family.

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  16. So sad! We're purring for her family.

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  17. So sorry to hear of her loss. Our thoughts are with her family.

    Big Nose Pokes
    The Thugletsx

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