Hi everyone. Thank you all for the kind words, prayers and purrs you left for us for Prancie. I knew when I left the house Wednesday morning to go to jury duty that it was the day Prancie would leave us. I was scraping the ice off my car windows and heard the Phoebe bird. I don’t usually hear it this time of year. I knew that meant Phoebe had come for her friend.
The next day, I was driving over to visit The Great One and Prancie’s song was on the radio. I know that was a sign too. Prancie’s song is a disco song from the 1970’s and is rarely on the radio. I have chosen that for my Mewsic this week. I used to change the words and sing to her ” Do a little dance……Prancie Pants”. Up until a few years ago, she did prance around like she was dancing.
Prancie left us at 1:30 PM today. I was stuck at jury duty and didn’t get home until 12:30, but she waited for me. David kept telling her I would be home soon. I am thankful for the 15 wonderful years she was with us. She was the sweetest girl and so full of personality.
She had been declining since last week and we wondered if she would make it to her Dad’s birthday which she did. Our world will never be the same without her, she was such a big part of our lives.
We were so blessed to have one last Christmas with her.
Rest in Peace sweet girl until we are together again.
Thank you to Pam and Ingrid for the beautiful badges.
I won’t be blogging for a while. Thank you for understanding.
Hi everyone! We are joining The Cat on My Head’s Sunday Selfie Blog Hop. This week we are doing something special with the hope of helping our friends at Colehaus Cats. 2019 was a bad year for them and there is still a possibility they could lose their home. You can read about it on their blog. Click here.
On their blog, there is a donate button and an Amazon link to their wishlist. My kitties and I are offering you all some goodies if you can find it in your heart to donate to them.If you donate at least $10, we will send you something of your choice. This is what we have to offer-
Emmy has a lot of her books left.
Prancie only has 2 copies left to offer.
And Joanie is posing with 4 fabric choices for catnip mats. We have a Dr. Who, a white with tuxie cats on it, Mermaid kitties and Dr. Seuss characters. We only have enough for one of each. Be sure to read comments before specifying a pattern to be sure it isn’t spoken for already.
I apologize, but I can only afford to ship in the USA.
If you donate $20, choose 2 items, etc. You get the idea. Please help our friends keep their kitty family together. Once you donate, let me know and I will email you for your mailing information. I know everyone is broke from the holidays, but please find it in your heart to help. Thank you.
PS: Please share this post so more people can help. Thank you.
I am thankful Millie and Prancie made it to 2020. Here is Millie snoozing with his collection of stuffies. About 12 years ago, my niece was getting rid of a bunch of stuffed animals and Millie managed to pull the little white dog and her 2 puppies out of the bag so she let him keep them. They have all been his “babies” since then.
We are also joining Sammy’s Poetry Day. Here is my poem to go with this photo prompt provided by Pam.
Wait til the girl next door sees me
riding my bike wild and free.
I just know someday we will wed
just don’t tell her I sometimes wet the bed.
Here are the Friendly Fill-Ins for tomorrow. I came up with the first two and my co-host, Lorianne of Four-Legged Furballs came up with second two.
1. My plans for the weekend include ___________________________.
2. You will never find ______________________ in my home.
Hi everyone! We are joining Comedy Plus’ Awww….Mondays That is all we are joining this week because I have a cold and I am all tired out from the Christmas festivities.
As many of you know, Prancie appeared at our outdoor nativity in January 2005. It used to be on the other side of the house at a door we rarely use. This year, we put it by the main entrance to our house. Knowing it was going to be Prancie’s last Christmas, my hubby wanted a photo of her out there. She wanted no part of it and made for the house as quickly as possible, but I got one decent shot.
If you are not familiar with her book, you can click here to see it on Amazon.
Penny will be here with an important tip tomorrow. Plus she will be modeling her New Year’s Eve gown.