Suzy Says

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   Apr 02


I found Henry Etta dead in her little bed by the heater this morning.

She looked so peaceful.

It’s amazing what a huge hole a four and a half pound cat can leave in your house, your life, and your heart.

I can’t write any more now. Thanks to all of you who followed her adventures and cared about her.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    So sorry to hear about Henry Etta…you gave her a wonderful last couple of months.

  2. Mike says:

    I too am sorry to hear about Henry Etta.

  3. Oh, I am so sorry. I know all too well how it hurts when a beloved companion dies. Your love and care for her was a mitzvah for you both.

  4. Joy says:

    She was one lucky cat towards the end of her life….. you will have good memories .


  5. suzy says:

    Thanks so much, everyone. Your kind words and caring mean more to me than I can say. Love to all of you.

  6. Guy says:

    Sorry to hear about Henry, yes she was lucky to have had a friend like you and because of you she was able to enjoy her last days, she did not have to die alone in a laneway somewhere, I will remember her and her stories.

  7. Alison says:

    Aww. You gave her a good life. *hug*

  8. Kelly says:

    For sure, she had the best of luck to find you later in life and spend out her last days in a home where she was loved. IIt sounds like she went peacefully and there is much to be grateful for in that regard.


  9. Amber says:

    I am so sorry to hear this, but so happy to know that her last days were so peaceful and warm and loving. And I am also grateful that you were able to give her a place to go peacefully. I so enjoyed following Henry Etta’s adventures with you and will deeply miss them.


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