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nonni991

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My little man came into my life 2/12 years ago a beautiful white kitty. He disappeared for a few months and when he came back he was so sick i knew  somehow i had to get him to trust me. So after working with him and feeding him i knew it had to be now or never. I sat down on my deck and cried and he came over to me and put his head in my hand. We made it through that sickness and he was with me until yesterday. My neighbor found him laying in her yard as though he was just sleeping.
He may have been a feral cat to everyone but to me he was my little man and i will never forget the time that we had together. 
He will be coming home Wednesday and i hope i can feel better.
After losing my Shadow almost four years ago i thought it would be easier, but it is not. I have not stopped crying since we found him.
I do have my rescue girl Baby Star and she is being the best help ever.
I will continue to feed and take care of feral kitties as i somehow know that is what My Little Man would Want.
Tanker_1

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I think grief is accumulative. I think each time we go through it we grieve what we grieved before too. Live long enough, we grieve a lot and deeply. 
nonni991

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Tanker_1
i think you may be right there. I have found myself missing my shadow more than anything and missing my little man.
It seems to be really hard but i love those fur kids and will always try to save them.
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