I've also been going through my vast collection of photos of Orbit and I realize there are so many I hadn't used in previous posts. Additionally, I may revisit some older posts, and do some sort of flashback thing. We'll see.
My wife and I haven't stopped missing or thinking about Orbit, and I don't think there's another one out there who could ever take his place. We've talked just a little bit about if/when we'll be ready to have another cat, and the only thing that's certain is that if we do, we want it to be a rescue. God knows there are many out there just waiting for a forever home.
I just realized the other day that this is the first time in a long time I haven't had a cat with me. Unfortunately, some things are up in the air right now as far as my job and our living arrangement.
Changes are afoot at work, and I'm not sure which direction things will take. As much as I'd love to go right out and adopt another pet we're going to hold off for a bit. Since our apartment situation goes along with the job somewhat we don't want to welcome a new member to our family until we figure out where things are headed.
As Orbit learned many times over throughout his long life, moving sucks. Period. It can be especially stressful to a pet, never mind one just getting used to new