Dear Madi(son) D. Cat
It is I, mom, aka the old gray mare, your assistant,
writing a letter to you from your peeps.
On May 11, 2002, little did we know life as we knew it would be
changed by a 2 month old itty bitty kitty with the heart of a lioness and vocal cords of an opera star. We tried to follow
all the suggestions for introducing a new kitty to her home.
1. Confine to one room for the first few hours
Nope you weren't having that as soon as you were out of your carrier your quick as lightning legs took you out of the room and down the stairs. From that moment
the house was yours and we were your staff.
During your first month here you continued to take charge finding
new and more exciting places to explore. Your Dad and I realized we had our hands full with a furry ball of kitten...often we said SHE is nothing at all like our first cat. You tried things
in your first month here that Milky-Way never tried in 14.5 years.
|"The mathematical probability of a common cat doing exactly as it pleases is the one scientific absolute in the world!"|
Lynn M. Osband
You grew quickly during your first year and our love for you grew quicker.
|Dad and I learned to laugh out loud with you and at you|
and all your craziness
|You are Queen of Comfort and Sun Puddles|
Thanks to your antics,I decided to start blogging in 2009...we have had the best time, met the nicest folks and OH little girl you have done so many amazing things. Who would have thought a Feline Diva could be Mayor of Blogville...surely not me.
Your love of boxes became known all over Blogville.
Never, ever has there been a box too small, too large, too full,
Oh what fun we had at your Going away Box Bash.
Madi, we love you from the tip of your ears
to your mesmerizing green eyes, and adorable pink freckled nose
to the last hair on the tip of your tail
Madi, thank you for keeping us young, teaching us how to laugh at ourselves and most of all not to take anything too seriously.
When in doubt, sleep it out.
Love, huggles (snuggles and hugs) to
you from your Mom and Dad.
Now for a few of our favorite quotes about cats, all of which, apply to you.
Cats invented self-esteem
Cats are endless opportunities for revelation
A cat can purr its way out of anything
My cat does not always talk as respectful to me, as I do to her
Finally for all pets who have found FUREVER Homes:
We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a second chance.