Thursday, February 01, 2018



I had placed the string you see in front of Abby,
which was from my bathrobe
around the door handle in the bathroom.
When I was getting ready for work in the morning
Abby liked to play with it.

She eventually played so much with it she cut it in 
That remaining part is still attached to the bathroom
door handle. I can't bear to remove it.
I think of her when I see it.
I touch it and remember.



  1. Aww... sweet kitty :)

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

  2. Such a sweet face and loving memory.

  3. Very sweet photo. I understand your not wanting to get rid of the other part. I still have Phoebe's little coat hanging by the door :( XO

  4. It’s often the small things that remind us the most. As Tungsten aged, she had a little trouble with her jaw. It never caused her pain, and she could eat just fine. But when she yawned, her jaw made a tiny ‘click’. Now, whenever I hear a similar sound, no matter where I am, I think of her.

    Abby knows how much you love her.

  5. Angel Abby left us all with beautiful memories and she was a fun girl
    Hugs madi your bfff

  6. abby; how kewl is thiz.....we due hope tho, sum one else haz az much fun with de string ~~~~♥♥♥☺☺

  7. What a beautiful memory. I love that you left it there. I would've too.

  8. It is a good thing ta kee reminders of the Cats Who Have Gone Before. We have some toys from our previous housemates. "Softy-Mouse" is probly 40 years old. The funny yellow ball that unscrews so TBT can put fresh nip in it is almost 50 years old. It came in a box of Hartz Mountain Catnip once when TBT was YOUNG!

  9. It is the little things that you never forget, and would never want to.


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