Pretty kitty. I've always liked calico cats. The coloring is always so pretty.
She was my first calico and born in my hand. Wait... that sounds weird! I don't mean I birthed her out of my hand. I mean I was present for the birth of the dead kitten so mother wouldn't eat it, so as soon as it came out I picked her up. Vet was wrong. Very much alive.
I love this pic of Keli. I'm sorry I didn't notice this post straight away ~ I click on the RSS feed so it only shows me the latest post at the time ~ and I don't always think to check for older posts.Keli was very special and I know you will have been feeling grief even more than usual, since it is the anniversary of her death. ((((((hugs)))))It's interesting that you put the age she would have been ~ I used to do that on the anniversaries of Henry's death. Then once he had exceeded the cat years of life expectation, I stopped. He was born in 1985 and died in 2004 (age nearly 20).I still work out the age of friends and family members who have died though ~ I like to try and imagine what they would be like. Not my beloved Grandad though ~ because he was 100 years and 4 months when he died ~ and he was ready and willing to move to the next layer. Life is a lot to do with loss as we get older. It is painful and sad ~ as well as celebratory. We don't imagine it will be like this, when we are young, do we?Blessings dear friend. I know you miss Keli more that words can say.Jan x
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