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By Bird - / Sunday 19 November 2017 15:00 /
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  exileonmainst  |  10

Paw-don me, I cat speak for anyone else, but I paw-fer to make people laugh (or at least myself). Be-claws anyone can express their sympathies in an un-fur-tunate situation, but it’s a meow-velous thing to make jokes in a-paw-ling times. That’s my cat-titude to life.

By  Glowworm56  |  23

While it's never cool to unexpectedly lose a beloved pet, I can't help but feel that your cat trolled you one last time by causing you to trip over it in a spot you didn't expect it to be.

By  Mightytall  |  29

It's a sad day when your cuddly house tigger passes away. I've experienced this many times with cats that are allowed to roam free. There's always a car they didn't see coming or some douche that hates cats and shoots or poisons the poor kitties. Worst is if they just vanish and you don't know what happened. You get to say goodbye to your cat, which is sad, but also good because you know she isn't lost or was taken. She's always going to be in your heart. And now, go quick and give another furball a new loving home, the animal shelters are full with poor cats that need a new can opener to look after them.

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  PhantomCrevan  |  2

Whoa, hold up there. Let OP have some bloody time to grieve and process their loss before they go adopt another furbaby. It really sounds like you are telling them to replace the cat they just lost, and that's horrible and unfair to both OP and any cat that they adopted.

By  KittyMack  |  6

No. No! That's definitely one of the worst things that could happen. I hope he had just fallen asleep and passed on naturally. If he was murdered or run over I am gonna cry.

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