Saturday, July 14, 2012

And then there were three...

Dini didn't turn up for breakfast this morning.  This isn't unheard of.  However, on getting to the end of the driveway to go grocery shopping, I saw why this morning was different.

No more head butts
No more meows that took her whole face to make (and she was the only one who did actually "meow" - the rest peep, cry or yowl)

No more fur left everywhere (she was the fluffiest of the five four)

Dini had the most beautiful yellow/green eyes

And the longest whiskers
Dini was our ratter...
20 minutes from leaving the house to coming back with daddy rat,
then a bit later on with mummy rat was the record
The house feels even more strange now...


Rowyn said...

So sorry to read of another loss to your family, Kathryn.

You can tell from the photos Dini was well loved.

Anonymous said...

So sorry to hear about Dini, especially so soon after Burma. Maybe she was missing Burma? They'll be purring and napping in cat heaven together.