In Memory

Over a month ago, I posted that we had a new kitten. We loved that kitten, and thoroughly enjoyed having him, but something must have been wrong. One morning last week, we found him dead in his cage. Mr. Inventor, who had found him and who was the primary caregiver, was especially sad. Here are several pictures we took while we had him. He especially liked my rocking chair.23-IMG_300624-IMG_3030


We had to be careful about sitting down; he loved to cuddle under blankets on a couch to sleep!


These last two pictures were taken the night before he died, when we had no idea anything was seriously wrong. We’re hoping to get a couple of kittens sometime, now that everyone has had a taste of the fun they are.


About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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3 Responses to In Memory

  1. chickenscratching says:

    So sad when you lose a pet. I hope kittens are easy to come by there, around here it would be an easy pet to replace. I like the picture of your girlie loving on the kitty while she eats. 🙂

    • NZ Filbruns says:

      Kittens aren’t quite as common here as there, but we have some friends who have a cat who regularly has kittens. She had some a couple of weeks ago, but last I heard they hadn’t found them yet. We’ve spoken for a couple of those when they are ready. I love that picture, too! Actually, I was protecting the kitten from her. She was pretty hard on him.

  2. kireikireikirei says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of your kitten! 😦

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