If you’re looking at the title Title Tigger and wondering who is that? Tigger was my last cat. None of you got to meet my Grey Striped Tabby cat Tigger because she died on 9-11-2015 and I didn’t start blogging until January 2017.
In a nutshell, my family and I rescued Tigger out of a very bad situation she was in all through her kittyhood. She didn’t like men for whatever reason. I’m happy to say she eventually made friends with Daisy Mae and in the end made friends with my Dad too.
I wanted to do a tribute to my last cat Tigger who was a Grey Striped Tabby Cat. Tigger died on September 11, 2015 and this year marks the fourth year death anniversary.
I miss Tigger daily as well as think of her daily. I look for a whole lot of Butterflies on 9-11 to celebrate her life.
I wanted to do do something special for Tigger so I wrote a poem for her.
Written By: Crystal Stewart
Written On: 9-10-2019
TIGGER you were a beautiful
And smart Grey Striped Tabby
Cat that had a bad kittyhood
But despite that you survived
Because my family and I took
You in. You hid in my bedroom
Closet when we first got you
But as you adjusted you came
To love us just as we loved you.
Tigger, you had this cute little
Heart On your nose. OH how you
Liked To play with string with a
Feather on it and OH did you ever
Like laying on wrapping paper too.
I even remember how you liked to be
Under our feet all the time. I still
Laugh and chuckle when I think of
How You kicked at your litter all
Over the place when you were
Doing your kitty cat business.
Your eyes were dark with yellow
Around them. Even though it’s been
4 years since you earned your
Wings and crossed over the Rainbow
Bridge. When a Monarch Butterfly
Shows up with its beautiful wings. I
Know when I see A bunch of
Butterflies, A flock of birds,
Hummingbirds staying together as if
To say I’m here for you and don’t be
To upset or mad because it rains or
Snows. You see the Rain and the
Snow are your friends not to
Mention when it Rains and Snows
That’s me Angel Tigger sitting on
Your shoulder and saying, I’m here
To make sure You and the Family are
OK. I love you very much
Tigger and always will.
You left pawprints on my heart!!