Sunday, August 28, 2011

5 years ago

MILES

5 years ago today mine wonderful Gramma Trixie went to the Rainbow Bridge to be wif Grampa Norton and The One Who Came Before - her little brofur Ralphie.

I loved mine Gramma Trixie very much.  She went blind 'afore she went to the Bridge and I would help her walk around the house and make sure she got to the litter box ok. 

She teached me alot about doing fun things and making the mom holler, but how to nefur get in trubble for it.  

We all miss you furry much Gramma Trixie.  You can read more about here HERE and at her offishul Rainbow Bridge page HERE

19 comments:

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

grandmas are tits. i would know!

smiles, auntie bee
xoxoxoxoxooxoxxo

Karen said...

I just realized with this post how long I have been reading cat blogs. I hope she helped guide all of you threw the storm. Hugs

abigailemily said...

I'm glad you got to know your Gramma, Miles. That's rare in the pet world.

fivecats said...

You're a good meezer, Miles. Remembering your Gramma Trixie on her Rainbow Bridge Day, and helping her out.

Prancer Pie said...

Aren't memories great? They help us visit our luffed ones after they go to the bridge. We are glad you haf such nice memories of your grandma. Purrs to ya'll on this anniversary. xoxo

Cheysuli and gemini said...

We remember when Grandma Trixie left you all. We always thought you were so sweet to be of such help. We also loved that it made your Momma think to send Georgia her lovely blanket when you were our paw--and Georgia snoozed on it and it always reminded us how much our geezer friends love their special places.

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Aw Miles, memories are always good. We bet Gramma Trixie watches yoo from da Bridge and smiles...

FURKIDSMOM said...

We think Gramma Trixie was very special and is always watching over you from the Bridge.

The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

Oh my has it been 5 years!!!!
We loved Grandma Trixie. She was a "character."
We know she's enjoying the Rainbow Bridge with it's sun and lush green grass.

Fuzzy Tales said...

We're sending you all purrs of comfort today. We never "get over" the losses, just accustomed to the absences, as someone else around the CB put it a while ago.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

One of the saddest things about dementia is losing one's memories. (Don't worry, we're not calling you demented.) Memories are so precious and we treasure each one after a furry has left us. What would we do without the happy memories reminding us of those we love?

Hugs for all.

Benny and Lily said...

What a nice tribute to Grammaw
Benny & Lily

Max said...

Dang...it doesn't seem like that long, and yet it does. She really helped turn you into a real mancat, didn't she? I hope Buddah is half the help to me when I get old as you were to your Gramma Trixie...

Derby, Ducky said...

Purrs to you, we amember Gramma Trixie.

ABBY said...

We remember when Gramma left you Miles. She was a wonderful Gramma. This is a really lovely way to remember her.

purrs and nosekisses to my sweet floofy cocoa puff meezerman
from you adoring tiny tuxie princess
Abby

The Island Cats said...

We send you purrs, Miles, as you remember your Grandma Trixie today.

Tillie and Georgia said...

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!
That is so cool that you remember Grandma Trixie :)
Memories are nice :)
Purrs Tillie & Georgia

Oskar said...

Lovely tribute.

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

chezcat1970 said...

Those are great memories of your gramma, Miles!

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