It’s been a year since Cokie went over the Rainbow Bridge. It still feels like he’s here. I guess because he is and always will be. I’ve lost beloved pets before, but this was the hardest.
And I feel even more for other people who miss their pets. The longer I’m online, the more friends I’ve watched and tried with what little a tweet or an email or pitching in on a gift can do to help ease their heartache…
It does help to know that people do understand. And I thank you all who’ve been with Cokie and I on our Internet journey for your love and your understanding.
Meanwhile, our new little guy Balzac is doing great. He’s full of crazy teen spirit and drives us nuts half the time, after so long with a senior man cat. He is more frequently exhibiting bouts of snuggliness though, which are encouraging and ever so comforting!
Anyway, it’s a bittersweet week for us, but we’ve noticed that, especially with a young boy cat around, we’re remembering more and more of young, flamboyant, energetic Cokie, than of his later years, and that makes us smile. Of course we loved every one of those years, pants or no pants.
Thank you for visiting.
Love, Kristin ~ and Balzac