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  1. #1 RIP Miranda 1996-2014 
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    She was a good little cat. She never weighed more than 5 lbs, but she could take down a 50 lb dog in her day.


    She had a stroke Tuesday night and I took her to the vet and did the right thing yesterday. She was almost 18 years old. I found her when she was about 6-8 weeks old and she ran in front of my car when I was driving on Livernois near 7 Mile Rd. When I brought her home, I was worried that my dog at that time (then 10 year old Rosie) wouldn't like her, but she decided that cat was her baby. Miranda used to lead Rosie around a year or two later when the old dog starting losing her vision. She also killed her share of mice and centipedes over the years.
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    Sorry for your loss Noon.
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    Sorry about Miranda she is in kitty heaven now eating canned lobster

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    Sorry you lost her and I'm sure you did the right thing.
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    Sorry to hear about the loss of the cat.
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    Sorry for your loss... My old dog died two years ago of a tumor in his mouth. It felt really lonely having nobody to greet me when I came home, but then a week or two later my grandma let us have one of her puppies, just a few weeks old.

    Have you considered getting a new (baby) kitten? It won't replace Miranda, but I've found the joy of new life helps ease the pain of death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chex View Post
    Sorry for your loss... My old dog died two years ago of a tumor in his mouth. It felt really lonely having nobody to greet me when I came home, but then a week or two later my grandma let us have one of her puppies, just a few weeks old.

    Have you considered getting a new (baby) kitten? It won't replace Miranda, but I've found the joy of new life helps ease the pain of death.
    It helped with us 2 years ago when we lost Blue (my avatar dog) and Xena. Bella Blue has filled that big hole in our hearts with the loss of our two sweet greyhounds. With greyhound rescue, there's always another grey desperately needing a home.

    Noonie, sorry for the loss of your kitty.
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