WFlashSo my dad just returned from the vet, with my cat inside of a cardboard box. She had been sick for like a week, but we couldn't imagine that it was so bad.
Now I'm just sitting here sobbing and writing this instead of working, but I cba to do anything else right now. My last memory of her is just her crying and pissing inside of the pet carrier. I'm so sorry that it ended this way Miky, you were the best cat someone could ever had, sweet and cuddly. Rest easy babe, you were the greatest of all warriors.
Its fucked up, getting so attached with an animal. I had a cat I loved for almost 18 years, one moment she was fine, I walked outside my door to get my shoes for work, I turn around and come back in and she was on the ground. It was like she was waiting for me to leave the room. The entire situation left me very hurt, but at least I was around for the last few moments.
The 2nd cat I had, I adopted her here in Florida. She was amazing, very athletic, loving, so much damn personality. She started out as a indoor cat and at one point I had to take a long trip, couldn't take care of her so I asked my parents if they would. When I got back I discovered they turned her into an outdoor cat. This was upsetting. For 2 years I had some very interesting moments with her, I could go on walks like someone taking the dog out for stroll. If she got bored she would jump up me and wrap around my shoulders. Sadly she ALWAYS, wanted out at night, I hated that. One night she never came home. I dont know if she is dead, or if she got "adopted" by someone else. Honestly, any potential relationships with animals, owning them or taking care of them, just straight damaged. I cant do it. It hurts so fucking bad, thinking about the what ifs.
So I'm sorry about your cat, I hope you able to become attached with something that needs the same love you once gave, I only wish I could do the same. Also sorry for the 4 month reply, I dont check this thread often, I saw your post and it just opened up old wounds with me and if I didnt talk about it, It would probably sit with me all night.