This is me well the body shell anyway, I have moved to a happy place where all my family go it is peaceful and quite I roam over hills drink the cool water of the stream and laze about all day with my friends and family that went before me,although my end was sad and I used up all my 9 lives I had a wonderful life while it lasted.

hen I was born my mom had 4 other kittens as well as me and we all lived in big country house, I was the adventurous one into every nook and crany as you can imagine the farm had lots of mice so there was a chase every day stakling mice is great fun even chasing birds was no problem I gre up contented and happy, my brothers and sisters moved on every day I would come home from wondering to find a brother or sister gone mom told me the farmer used to sell them and I hope they are all keeping well, I do miss them but staying with dad and mom I soon found more mischief to get into, well life is for living and you should live every moment as if it was your last.

How did I end up on the drive way well nothing like a good chase I was so focused on the mouse that I did not see the tractor coming I will be sad to leave mom and dad but this place I have gone too is nice I have to go now my dinner is waiting another chase another mouse another meal bye TIDDLES meoooowwwwwww

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Comment by Gerri on July 28, 2010 at 11:58am
So sorry about Tiddles.
Comment by Teena on July 28, 2010 at 6:00pm
Oh my...so sorry about Tiddles.
Comment by Cathy Jacobson on July 28, 2010 at 8:54pm
I am so sorry to read about Tiddles. Over the Rainbow Bridge, there are many cats, who w ill make her/ him feel welcome and be waiting for you when you get there. Maybe even some nice dogs who like to play with cats.
Comment by KimKat on July 28, 2010 at 11:30pm
This is so sad! Anytime I think of my cats dying, I start crying. I don't think I could take a picture of my dead cat like that.

Now, seeing Tiddles lying there dead makes me feel bad when I get snappy and yell at my cats - now, I feel guilty - what if they go to Tiddleland tomorrow?
Comment by Lou on July 29, 2010 at 7:34am
rip tiddles x
Comment by Sandpirate on July 29, 2010 at 7:06pm
wow...
Comment by Frances on July 29, 2010 at 7:30pm
I am sorry about your loss.
Comment by Linda G on August 5, 2010 at 8:45pm
Oh my gosh....I'm so sorry.
I have to say though....if it had been my cat, there is no way I could have taken a picture of her after she had died....I would have been a total mess. I'm tearing up just looking at Tiddles, whom I never knew.
xxx

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