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When My Cat Died

 

My cat, Kitty, had lost a lot of weight over the past year. We started feeding it wet, canned food, thinking it needed softer food due to bad teeth. However it didn't gain any more weight, and seemed to get skinnier, to the point that it was almost just skin and bone. I brought it to the vet (something we don't do, due to lack of money) and found out that it had diabetes and only had a few months left to live. My cat was suffering through it, so I decided that the best thing for it was to just put it down.

My Kitty was, to me, the only living thing that understood me. I have always had a strong connection and love for animals, and to see my cat suffering was more painful than putting it down. I cried for days before bringing it to the vet. I was so distraught that my Kitty was suffering and that I knew not what was wrong with it. I hoped that it was just an infection that could be fixed with medication, but in my heart, I knew that it was on its way out, I just didn't beginning how.

The night before the appointment with the vet, I lay in my bed, writing in my journal, and felt the spirit of my late Aunt come into the room, and the feeling I got, was that she was there to comfort me, and to help me with what was going to happen at the vet the next day. She was with me the entire time.

A few hours later, after coming home from the vet after putting Kitty down, I distinctly felt two female spirits, one of which I recognized as my late Aunt, the other I wasn't sure who it was, but later, while relating this story to my psychic brother, he told me he experienced the same thing, and knew the women was our late Aunt, and Grandmother. They had come to bring Kitty home.

Over the next two days, I would feel the spirit of Kitty at my bed just before I went to sleep, and my brother said he experienced the same thing. We basically felt it around the house alot, and waiting, sitting on the chair in the front yard, as it always does when it waits for us to come home. Through feeling my Kitty's spirit released from its body (which allows it to comprehend everything and everyone-thus allowing me to do the same with it) I was able to feel its thoughts. It was so happy to be with Grandma and my Aunt, who he loved. And he was also happy to be able to see everyone he loves, who has passed. I was also able to observe it laugh at my dad while he did crazy mock karate moves around the house for fun-something I felt while Kitty was alive, but not as strong as now that it is passed. It has been three days since my Kitty died, but I have never felt so close to it until now! Death is just the beginning of another life!

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Theanimalchick (5 stories) (21 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-05-29)
Your story is so sweet. I'm so sorry about your kitty. Our family dog passed at the vet and I didn't see him some amount of days before. However a few minutes after he passed I saw him laying down in the living room. I always used to look at him and say "Smokey, I have too much homework, looks like we can't play." He would then always lay on my homework so I couldn't do it until I played with him. Which was ok with me:). When I walked back into the living room that day I saw him laying on my history book like he normally would have. Its always nice to know that they are still around. ❤
vanillabean (9 stories) (168 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-05-29)
Great story, thank you so much for sharing. So many of us have lost precious animal companions, and we can relate to you. I have been trying to hold my tears when reading all of these comments from everyone. Animals touch our lives so deeply.

My little black kitty, Cole, passed away last December. I had premonitions for at least 5 days before it happened, so I was blessed with a warning that gave me time to hold him close before we had to (physically) part. I typically sense spirits and see them in my 3rd eye, not with my physical eyes. When my "little boy" passed I woke up and saw a black mass on the foot of my bed. It looked like a black cat curled up. I knew it was my boy. I had other experiences too, but that was when I began to realize that he is still with me all the time. I still grieve for some reason though. Selfishly I just want him to be here with me in the physical. I miss hugging him, playing his favorite games, and feeling his gorgeous fur. He was barely 1.5 years old. I love my boy with my whole heart. I can't wait to get to the other side and be with him in spirit.

Thanks again for writing your message.
Avon1 (26 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-05-27)
I had a cat who I had a lovely bond with. I had him from around 18 months old, as he was found as a stray from the RSPCA, but he died about 4 years later. He was always in and out of the vets with problems with his gums, he was often in pain eating and eventually he had to have most of his teeth taken out.
I came home from work around midnight one night, I work in a bar, to find him acting a bit strangely and then within half an hour he had died. I lay him down on the floor in my living room by my computer, and over that is a bookshelf where I have an arrangement of artificial flowers. One of these flowers fell on to my cat as he lay there.
Paws (3 stories) (16 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-05-27)
Thank you for sharing this story. Just today I was telling someone about my cat who I had to euthanize a year and a half ago. He was 13 and I'd had him since I was 16 years old. I loved him so much that it hurt, cliche but so true. He developed kidney disease and we didn't know until he suddenly became extremely ill. Within a couple of days of being diagnosed, we had him put down. It all happened so fast that I didn't have time to really come to terms with what was happening. The night before his big day, he was lay down in a soft bed where he didn't move. That night, I woke, with my eyes still closed, and felt him jump up onto my bed, walk to my pillow, and curl up by my face and purred. I pressed his soft belly to my face and scratched his back and pet him. This was our nightly routine since he was a kitten yet he hadn't done so since getting sick. I was so happy in that moment, as our bond was full of affection. Yet, when I awoke the next morning hoping he was suddenly well, he had obviously not budged from his bed. I knew at that time it was his spirit and he was telling me he was ready to go. After he died, me, my husband and my young sister in law who lived with us all saw him for brief instances around the house, this lasted a coule of days. I would see him curled up asleep out of the corner of my eye or trot down the hallway, again in my peripherie. Telling this makes me cry as if it just happened but I also feel like it is a confirmation about life energy.
kittykat6 (4 stories) (45 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-05-25)
That's a beautiful story. I am sorry for your cat's sickness and what happened, and I understand how you feel. Three of my cats and one of my dogs died very close together. Two of my cats actually died on the same day from different causes. The one this story reminds me of the most is my cat, Gracie. She tarted getting skinny, just like your cat, and then sometimes she would start spitting and hissing when she was eating. We took her to the vet, and it turned out she had some type of terminal disease that makes the gums and throat swell up painfully where she can't eat or drink, and they didn't have a cure for it. The vet told us she probably only had a few months to live, but we didn't put her down. She actually ended up living three more years with us before she died. I still feel her presence around the house, as well as my other cats. I normally seem to find them laying on my bed. I haven't seen my dog, and I'm guessing it's probably because he lived outside. Your story has given me hope. I had heard that animals didn't have spirits and couldn't pass on, and I started to think that maybe I was crazy and they were really lost to me forever. Thank you so much for sharing!
AnneV (4 stories) (1036 posts) mod
 
7 years ago (2012-05-25)
What a wonderful and uplifting story. I have two beloved dogs of my own and it gives me peace knowing they too will have a happy afterlife. Parting is so sorrowful but I know that I will see them when my own time comes. The afterlife is a new start! People who have NDE's report seeing their pet on the other side and it's such a joyful reunion. Happy thoughts.

Thanks for sharing your story.
Anne

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