Monty as a kittenWinston here . . . no p'rrrrr, p'rrrrr today.
Monty isn't coming home ever again and we're all so sad.
Monty loved Jenna
Monty really enjoyed training Gus - dogs need to learn their place!
His heart was too big, his kidneys couldn't cope and he was just too tired.
Mark-the-Vet and all the nurses at Kynoch did their very best but Monty simply couldn't cope.
Above all he loved people . . .My Humans say that he had a short life and a merry one – he was a very big personality - but they are so sad . . .
I'm sad - I've lost my friend and companion - Monty was fun, he was lovely to snuggle with, he washed the bits I couldn't reach, but it was his time to travel on into stardust . . .
I don't think I'll be lonely – there are lots of people here to keep me busy and happy – but sometimes a cat just needs another cat. I'll keep you posted.
RIP Monty - 20.11.2006 - 15.04.2010
Oh Janice, I am so very sorry to hear about Monty. A short but happy life. My best wishes, Sylvia.ReplyDelete
So sorry. Brought a tear to my eye.ReplyDelete
Hope you have alovely memorial service for Monty
Thank you Sylvia and Mo. It feels very strange without him.ReplyDelete
Janice (and Winston)--I am terribly sad to hear about Monty. Having lost two of my mogs last year, I can express my sympathy earnestly. It sounds like Monty had a good life, though, which is all we can really ask for.ReplyDelete
I was really quite teary-eyed after reading Winston's post, but have to say that the pet rules then cheered me up. I think I'm going to post them on the fridge for our lot.
Candace - thank you.ReplyDelete
What clever animals you have to be able to read the rules! I just hope they abide by them.