Saying Goodbye

Today, I lost a very special friend. My childhood cat and best friend, Kiara, had to be put to sleep, and another chapter of my life ended. All of my childhood babies – my 3 gorgeous cats and the best dog I’ve ever known – have left me now, and I’m so sad. I wasn’t even there to say goodbye… Yeah, today is a sad day.

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I’m going to be perfectly honest here, I had a post planned for today but I just aren’t in the mood to write about anything other than my little princess right now. I sometimes get so wrapped up in writing for you, that I forget to write for me.

I just wish I had some better quality photographs of her. She was always sat on my knee, so most of the photographs I did get of her were always taken with me! That’s adorable and everything, but it doesn’t lead to photos that show off how bloody pretty she was. It’s so different for my two fur-babies now, because every single photograph I take of them is taken with great quality cameras. Either way, I have photos to remember her and that’s all that matters.

Losing a pet is crap.

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-Morgan

35 thoughts on “Saying Goodbye

  1. I remember when we were leaving England and couldn’t take my favorite cat along… Although he lived another year past that, that day was my goodbye. It was just as hard as an actual passing, knowing I’d never see him again. I understand. The only good thing is that it does get easier bit by bit. And at least you do have pictures to help; unfortunately, I don’t even have that, just my memories.

    Hope you feel better soon. *hugs*

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  2. My deepest condolences 😦 It’s heartbreaking to lose a beloved pet, especially one you’ve loved since you were a kid. Recently I lost my dog who has been one of my best friends since I was 7, and I was utterly crushed.

    I hope you’re doing okay.

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