Monday, May 20, 2013

Blue Tuesday

Mom has been blue for a couple of weeks.  And then tornadoes started hitting hard around North Texas and then today in Oklahoma.  Two elementary schools raised.  Children taken too soon.  It makes Mom feel guilty for feeling blue.

This is Miss Gray. She has lived in our back yard for three years, at least, maybe more.


It took two years to get her to trust Mom and then Dad.  Mom took very good care of her.  Provided her a shelter and fed her twice a day.


 You can see how far she has come.  She  always presented her tummy for scritches.

She and Kirby had become  good friends.  He went outside every afternoon to visit with her.


And then two weeks ago, just two days after Mom and Dad came home form a trip, she disappeared.
Mom checked the shelters for her,but they have not taken any kitties that look like her.  Mom just hopes where ever she is, she knows she was loved.

17 comments:

Griffon Silvertongue said...

I'm so sorry to hear about Miss Grey. Hopefully she found Black and they are together again. I hope and pray she comes back soon.

Prancer Pie said...

Sending purrs and ((hugs)) to your Mom. We hope she comes home soon. XOXO

Sparkle said...

I don't blame your human for missing Miss Gray and feeling sad. Yes, others have big tragedies they are facing, but it should not necessarily minimize her blue feelings.

Barb and the Gs said...

big hugs to you, for taking care of Miss Gray and missing her. We've lost several strays like that. They just suddenly don't return. We feed them and water the ferals and strays and many wild animals here at the Swamp. It's heartbreaking when they don't return and you have no idea what happened.

I'm just now hearing about the tornadoes. Just dreadful.

Rene said...

Oh, I'm sorry. It's so hard to know what happened to her. . and I understand how you feel. I can't even touch "our" ferals yet I care for them.

Fuzzy Tales said...

Whatever has happened to Miss Gray, we hope and purray she's okay.

Brian said...

We totally understand and it is so sad. Hugs from all of us.

Flynn said...

I hope Miss Gray comes back again. The devastation from the tornadoes is terrible. Our thoughts are with all those affected by them.

The Island Cats said...

We're sorry to hear about Miss Gray. It was nice of your mom to take care of her. We hope she comes back.

We're purring for all those affected by the terrible tornado in OK.

www.TheVeryBesCats.com said...

We so understand your sadness here at the Very Best Cats. We had a beautiful outside cat named Smokey who also was with us for 3 or so years. Then gone. We were heart broken. And we are still sad. Smokey has not shown back up to this day, but that does not mean Miss Grey won't. We have heard miraculous stories of cats disappearing, only to show up again after some time. So don't give up hope. And we will hope with you. XXOO

The Paw Relations said...

We're sure she's just off doing her own thing and will come back in time.

xxx

Emmylou said...

Such a pretty girl. We will keep her in our purrayers and hope that wherever she is, she is getting good care.

Pattyskypants said...

What a beauty! We hope she comes back and don't think you should feel guilty about being blue over her disappearance! Also, we hope you have a basement or storm cellar if you live in T-nado Alley! xxoo

ra husky said...

We are very sorry this has happened, woo should not feel bad about feeling bad. Bless all the two legs who take care of the ferrels,

RA, Isis & Nanük

dog friendly cottage said...

Sending best wishes to you and your family. It's totally understandable that you are upset and missing your furry friend.

The Misadventures Of Me said...

We is sorry Ms Grey is missing. We hope she found a good home too!


We is sorry the Mom is late in helping to answer our blog comments. She's a mad person mixing up lotions, salves and whatever else she makes fer her big convention next month.

Fanks fer stoppin by!

Team Tabby said...

Purrs and purrayers for your mom and we hope Miss Grey will return to your yard again.