By Birthday girl - 06/01/2013 05:59 - United States - Wahpeton
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I can. It's been four years since the mother's cat - her CAT - died, and she's still sobbing and wailing over the poor thing. I'm a dog person, and I lost mine to kidney failure about the same time as she's lost her cat. I cried, but I've moved on since then. Yes, it sounds heartless and callous, but it's not like the the cat was her firstborn. It's time to move on. And before you accuse me otherwise, yes, I like cats, too. :)
Definitely agree that the mother is selfish. My father died on my older sister's birthday and we always make sure that it doesn't get in the way of celebrating her birthday. We definitely don't act like the OP's mother and losing a cat isn't nearly as bad as losing a husband or father. Anyways, Happy Birthday OP!
Damn cat... out of 365 days of the year, why couldn't it have chosen a more opportune time to pass away? How dare the cat do that!?
Think about your mother. Poor woman lost a cat. Perhaps next year you could show a bit of compassion and say something like "hey ma, sorry about Mittens, but I was thinking that maybe we could go out for dinner tonight for my birthday."
I hope that this is sarcastic comment Otherwise you are a complete douche. Yes. We all care for our pets. But this is her DAUGHTER. Perspective is needed from her mother and every other moron that said 'ydi'. I assume that every person who does that for such an obvious FML must be a troll, as noone can surely be as emotionally and mentally incapacitated to think that OP deserved it. Happy birthday OP! I hope that beautiful things happened for you on that day that restored your faith in humanity.
I smell a rat. Maybe you shouldn't have killed her cat. Did you ever think of that? Don't have a spat. Put on a birthday hat. Eat some cake and get fat.