The cats always have the right idea
as it was one of those days today
It was cold but we headed out for a short walk. We walk by this bed and breakfast every day. Isn't it beautiful! It's called Rosenhof B & B.
Dreary looking, isn't it?
Snow blowing in your face as you walked
Freshly fallen snow
This is all part of being Canadian.
If you have followed my blog, you know I love my work. I care for cats in the comfort of their own home while the owner travels. I have expanded the area that I will travel to clients and my business has grown. There is nothing I would rather do than this. It, unfortunately has a down-side. I fall so in love with these cats in my care and I am so saddened when I hear of one passing away. Today, I was told that Baby had been very ill and passed away from liver disease. I was scheduled to look after her again this February as I always do while her owners travel south.
My heart is heavy today and I feel sad to know I won't see her again. I cry a lot with this work.
She was a pudgy, grumpy-faced little ball of love. She always had a big wiggle when she walked and would almost stand on her head to greet me. She was an indoor-outdoor cat and I remember the day she brought me a gift when I arrived
Yes, a worm. I was so flattered. I guess she loved me, too.
I thanked Karen for letting me be a part of Baby's life. I felt priviledged to have been asked to be her care-taker while they travelled. I told her that Baby was very special to me and that I am very saddened to hear the news and that I will miss her funny little face.
"Godspeed, Baby girl"
I will miss you