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Dec 16, 2015 8:15 AM CST
So sorry about Cinders. I still miss my Dixie so very much. She was 14.
Supposed to get flurries, snow showers here this weekend, too - BUT I saw on the weather that it will be close to 60 degrees around Christmas! Better than -20 with a windchill. LOL
Dec 16, 2015 11:35 PM CST
|Annie, I'm so sorry. We've been there too many times and it's always so hard. You definitely did the right thing for Cinders.
I grew up with a Cinder cat too. She lived to be 20 and was an outdoor cat her whole life because my parents didn't believe in having animals in the house. They grew up on farms. Fortunately for Cinders it was when their home was somewhat remote. Now it's the middle of a large city.
I hope you can soon get back out to your happy place and let your garden cheer you up. From the looks of your garden contest photos, you have a lot of wonderful flowers!
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Dec 17, 2015 7:05 PM CST
|Hi Annie,..so sorry to read about poor Cinders,..nothing said really helps,.. though you did the right thing rather than have her suffer,..chin up Annie.|
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