My Mouse - Spring 2002 - Oct 28 2019

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My Mouse - Spring 2002 - Oct 28 2019

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She left me on the 28th October; she had been getting very very doddery for a while though clearly not in pain, and her world slowly contracted to favourite chair and heated mat - with visits to the nearby feeding bowl. She was a gannet up till the end - little else seemed to register with her but if food was there, so was Mouse.

The vet came out to her which saved a lot of bewilderment, I hope.

Goodbye, Mousey - I miss you x
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I'm sorry to hear this, RIP little one x
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Oh Lilith, I'm so sorry to hear this - Mouse was a real CatChat cat, and will be sorely missed by us all, though of course not as much as by you

it sounds as if you managed a good passing for her, which is all any of us can ask
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Aw Lilith, I'm so sorry to hear of much loved Mouses's passing, such sad news.

Thinking of you

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Very sad to read you have lost Mouse, may she rest in peace. It won't be the same without Mouse tales round here.
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I am so sorry. Sleep well, Mouse, until it is time to meet again.
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So sorry Lilith. I thought you had been quiet lately. Thinking of you.
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Thanks for the kind words, guys x
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Only just seen this, i'm so sorry for you Lilith.

Sleep in peace little Mouse.
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Re: My Mouse - Spring 2002 - Oct 28 2019

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Thanks Ruth - sorry I didn't reply sooner but early on Saturday morning a pipe exploded in the bathroom and what they call a 'torrential downpour' shot through the livingroom ceiling and the electricity went off. Only got it back on yesterday afternoon. I was SO glad Mousey wasn't there - she lived on one of the livingroom chairs and would have been terrified out of her mind. Even the dreaded Molly was a bit ruffled.

'What's all that water, Lil, and why's it doing that?'

And no, I couldn't get the damn stopcock to turn off until a good friend who keeps strange hours like me came out and gave it the benefit of his manly muscles ... that was fun, that was ... not ... :evil:

Oh ps - SO glad you got Saturn back safely! You must have been worried sick x
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Oh gods, Lilith, if you'll pardon the phrase, it never rains but it pours, a leak like that was the last thing you needed.

Yes, I am so glad Saturn returned on his own although it did take him about 48 hours to recover back to a semblance of his old self, he is still staying close to home and close to me. I would say he has learned his lesson, and he has, until the next time he decides to get too nosy for his own good.
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