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AztecPyramid

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I ran over my 20 year old cat Blue yesterday. I was heading out to dinner with my friend after working on his truck all day. My cat Blue liked to go outside. She was a stubborn, loving, smart and tough cat. She was becoming deaf and losing her eye sight. She would struggle some days, but kept going. She would sit in the middle of the street unafraid recently and I tried to keep her inside. I was backing up and heard a cat shriek and I immediately knew it was over for her. I did not fully run her over, just crushed her a little but it was enough to kill her. I feel bad, but I also feel happy for everything we went through together along my my wife and my 2 daughters who are now 22 and 24 years old. It is tough, I feel sad. I know she is in kitty heaven now. I miss her. It was an accident. Her favorite snack was slices of ham, I fed that to her since she was a young kitten. Blue. You will be missed but always remembered. Good cat Blue, good cat. Blue.

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MossimoLove

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Oh AztecPyramid,  Im s sorry for your loss and thank you for the courage to share your grief.  I can only image what you may be going through and I want you to know you re not alone and you always have someone to talk to, cry in silence with or even just sit in solitude.  

Please know my heart is with you and I hope you find some peace as time heals your heart.
My love to Blue, you and your family. 
grievingmom

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I had to smile at her liking ham.

You have every reason to feel sad. 20 years is a long time. Longer than many marriages.

My heart goes out to you. Right now is a hard time for you. Trying to understand why things happen the way that they do. When we view ourselves as having had a hand in the death of a pet child, the angst is infuriating.


Thank you for sharing your story.



God bless you,
Stephanie
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