Welcome my wonderful readers. You may call me crazy after what happened to me today. You see when I woke up this Morning, I had this strange feeling. It was very strong. My mind was racing which is something because I’m not a Morning person. Then after breakfast, I saw 2 humming birds just there on my deck. Then after I read on several blogs it was Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day 2019. I knew what that strong feeling was. I was remembering my cat Tigger.
None of you probably remember my Tabby Cat Tigger but may have read about her. You see, sadly Tigger earned her wings and went to Rainbow Bridge on 9-11-2015. A bitter sweet day. Bitter because my cat died and sweet because 9-11 would have been my Grandmother’s birthday if she hadn’t passed away a few years earlier. I miss my Grandmother and my rescue Tabby Cat Tigger. There are 2 pictures of my rescue Tabby Cat Tigger below. She’s now over the Rainbow Bridge and playing and teaching all the other animals that come after her.
Hi everyone, I’m excited because I asked The Queen Mom Deputy Sister Crystal if I could do the Friendly Fill-Ins this week and guess what? She said sure I could do it if I wanted. In fact, she said I could do them every week if I wanted to. WOW!! she wants to give me more responsibility. I guess if I’m going to have my name on her site I better do my part. So here it goes my first Friendly Fill -Ins.
My wonderful forever family brings out the best in me.
Cat fights, animal cruelty, heat and humidity and going to the vet make me grumpier than Grumpy Cat.
If money grew on trees I could help other animals, get a tall scratcher with multiple floors, I could help St. Labre Indian School and send money to Biblical churches and organizations.
I have a fear of getting stuck somewhere and not being rescued. I also have a fear of accidentally getting out and my forever family leaving me.
Remember EveryoneRAINBOW BRIDGE REMBRENCE DAY is August 28. For those who don’t know what this day is or about it is a day that is set aside to remember the pets companions we’ve lost. The death of a pet whether furry, feathered or an uncommon variety, we feel the loss deeply. They become family and a familiar part of our lives. You can find more out by going to Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day August 28th and Rainbow Remembrance Day(Choose Your Link)
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