Monday, September 10, 2012

It's a nice quiet day here.  Mom's doing all kinds of cleaning, and dad is home sick from work.  I'm taking a break from napping in the sun, and I thought I'd share something.  

     My veterinarian's office, who tried their best to take care of Grayson, sent us this beautiful arrangement the other day.  Very thoughtful of them, wouldn't you say?
     I've been wandering around the place, snooping into the bathroom and such, sure he's gonna hop out from hiding somewhere. Things are getting back to normal, but, well, it takes time, I guess...


Random Felines said...

how nice of the v-e-t.... it does take time to heal - mom says she kept looking for both our angel kitties for a while after they ran for the bridge.

Kjelle Bus said...

A very nice gesture from the Animal Hospital <3
Huggies from me and mom

Old Kitty said...

Oh how lovely and how thoughtful of your vet's too!! It's really really nice!

Purrs to dad - hope he feels better soon.

Take care

Tina T-P said...

Oh, I am so sorry to read your sad news. You did such a wonderful job of letting the little guy know that he was loved, even if it was for such a short time. T.

brandi said...

Our vet sends sympathy cards, signed by the whole staff, each signature including lovely comments aboute your pet.
Your sweet Little One was blessed to have, in his short life here on earth, a sweet loving family to care for him.
Love is important, no matter how fleeting the time.

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

We agree...that is such a nice gesture. Our vet didn't do anything like that when my Bobo passed ((((hugs)))) I know how hard it is. It will get better.
Hoping your Dad feels better soon.
Much Love.

William said...

This is so touching. I saw this yesterday but I knew it would make my mom cry.

Meowers from Missouri said...

we are furry sorry to read that the little guy has gone to the bridge. that made our mommer's eyes leak a little.

your v-e-t is a real good person!

we hopes you an' yer dad feels better soon; it's so hard to bid a sweet one goodbye.