Tuesday, May 12, 2015

RIP, Sweet Romeo

I lost my best friend today.

He had 4 furry paws with mittens on them.

He was my sweet Romeo Kitty.

This is my very favorite picture of him.

I'm not going to say I am ok.
I am soooo not ok.

My heart has been broken
 and it will never be the same.

I am going to miss him so much.

Showing fluffy guts:

Or being curious to discover why we named
our house Finch Rest -
 oh, how he loved watching those birds!

Yes, he was my true Prince.

(I married the King )

This is the earliest pic of him I could find today.

When he stretched we called him Tube Cat.

He's so tiny here! Hardly any fluffiness at all yet.

He was ALWAYS finding the highest spot to be....

This kitty stole our hearts when he was sleeping.

My office chair was his absolute favorite!

Remember he was always my Lumbar Support Kitty!?

He looks like he is in pain but he was there 24/7!

He was the best office assistant!

He always kept me company.....

Even when sometimes I didn't want him to do so!

He just had to be close by at all times.

He always knew when I had a migraine -
he'd be close by, keeping a watchful eye when I napped it off.

He was my Comforter Blankie.

(Hubs says it looks more like I was captured here, heh.)

I was captured all right - my whole heart and soul!

Or the time during a bad summer storm
when we didn't have electricity for a long while....

He was right there with me the whole time-
keeping me company, whilst I read.

Just how am I going to be able to stand 
losing my favorite little shadow?

It's not easy letting go.
He was so easy to love - and to NEED.

I have to believe in the Rainbow Bridge.

I cannot imagine not being reunited with my Romeo again.

Be at peace, little furry britches.

I shall never EVER forget you or stop loving you.

Our home just won't be the same without you!

Goodbye, my dear friend, Romeo.

Parting is indeed such sweet sorrow.

"Turn him into stars and form a constellation in his image.
 His face will make the heavens so beautiful that the world 
will fall in love with the night and forget about the garish sun."

                                                     William ShakespeareRomeo and Juliet