Norton and Ralphie came to take our beautiful little Princess to the Rainbow Bridge at 5:15am this morning. (click on the link for her Rainbow Bridge site) She had gone into kidney failure and the end was swift and she did not suffer. Oh my baby girl, be happy and free and joyous with your brothers. You have missed them so much, and now you are all together again.
Your daddy and I will miss you so much. You were our beautiful and sweet, runty little girl. Thank goodness for your big mouth, otherwise, we never would have seen you there on the side of the road, where you and Norton were left. You were so very small when we found you - obviously the runt of your litter. But, you definately held your own with your brothers.
You were your daddys little girl. If he was in the room, I didn't exist. You were also the instigator of most of the trouble in the house. Always looking for ways to get Norton and Ralphie in trouble - swishing your tail in their faces to make then wrestle you, then crying for daddy to rescue you and yell at the boys. Sometimes it worked, most times we knew what you were up to, but you were always so cute, we could not be mad at you.
It's funny how your fur never really grew back over your left eye after we caught you squeezing out from under the bedroom door when you were a baby. You left most of that fur there on the bottom of the door, and boy, were you surprised when we were standing there watching you squeeze out.
We moved you around so many times - Connecticut where you were born, New York, Wisconscin, New York again, Pennsylvania and New York one more time. You never complained, you were just happy you were going with us. Oh, and you loved to ride in the back of the station wagon and tease the truckers behind us. More than once, we got an air horn blown at us, only to look back and see you there laying on your back where the truck driver could see you. Funny girl. Jumping into the toll booth when we were trying to throw the coins in the basket. Faking a hurt paw (well, ok, it was hurt for a while after daddy stepped on it, but we did catch you running around, and when we saw you, you just lifted your paw up like it was broken and gave us the wounded look). You had a life full of adventure, and full of love.
Oh baby girl, it hurts so much that you are gone. I know that you will come back often to visit us. I will always feel you, in the middle of the night, staring at me, watching me sleep. What was that all about anyway? How come you never stared at daddy? Why me? Even if I told you over and over that it bothered me, I would not trade one night of having you with me.
To all of Trixie's friends in the blogsphere- thank you so much for your kind words and prayers the last few days. She did not suffer at all, but slipped quietly away in my arms, just like her brothers did. She is at the Bridge, free and happy, and with those she loved for so long.
I have tried to post some pictures, but blogger is not letting me, I will post some as soon as I can.
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