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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Emma, Emma, where have you gone?


Emma is a white cat, with blue eyes.

She belonged to the BRD.

A day or so ago, she was lying on an outdoor couch on the patio. Then she disappeared.

Cats do that sometimes.

Sometimes they feel ill and go off to a dark corner to either heal themselves or to die.

Sometimes they wander off to an open field and become "coyote candy".

Sometimes, they just come home . . . asking "what's for dinner?" and offering no explanation of where they've been.

The BRD is heartbroken. Emma had been with her for many years. We share her sadness.

So . . if you've seen Emma around your neighborhood, tell her to go home.

This photo is not of Emma but it looks like her.

8 comments:

  1. Hope Emma returns home soon. Hope you hear her purr and jump to your feet.

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  2. Oh, I have another friend Stomper, who is bereft for the loss of her loved Bertie Wooster. I just hope they both come home!
    Both are too beautiful to lose.

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  3. Oh, how horrible. I have another blogging friend who recently had her kitty go missing. They feared it was coyote "candy" as you said. :(

    Hope she comes home. I keep my kitties indoors. I lost a cat when I was young who was an outdoor kitty and didn't get over it for years, so since then I never let mine out. I'm a big baby like that.

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  4. Issure hope that Emma returns forthwith. I worry about my Max cat who insists upon spending the early evening outdoors.

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  5. To all - It does not appear Emma is coming home. She's been gone since Wednesday night and up until now had never wandered and stayed inside most of the time. Time for a new kitten.

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  6. Awe. :( So sorry to hear about that.
    We had a bad animal story today ourselves...so we did not escape the animal calamities either. What is up with the bad animal karma lately?

    Hubby was attacked by a pitbull. I am cooling off being mad at the dog now that it's been several hours, but the owner....not so much.

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  7. P.S. rescuing a new kitty helped my girlfriend a lot..and saved a kitty. At first she was going to wait (I think she felt a little guilty going so soon afterwords.) But it really did turn out to be a good thing.

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