Saturday, January 05, 2013

DaisyMaeMaus

THE BIG THING HERE:  There are times when the current kitties don't have a long history.  Ayla, Iza, and Marley are young, and don't go back to when this blog started.

But I do.

DaisyMaeMaus was among the first kitty blogs I came across after Max and the Meezers.  Skeeter and LC were friends of her.

It is hard on us Beins when kitties leave our world to go over the Bridge.  In the 6 years of my blogging for (and with the help of) my cats, there have been many friend cats.  Some of them have simply stopped blogging, others have had to leave our world.

A few days ago, DaisyMaeMaus left our world.  I cry each time I see one of the kitties I love leave.  The longer I blog, the more kitties I love leave.  I understand that it can't be stopped, but that doesn't make it any easier.

 I have been crying each time I think of DMM.  I wish I had the skill to make a special unique small graphic for her, but I don't.  Not one worth showing, anyway.

I am grateful that someone else could.  So I will copy it here.


We will miss you, DMM!



9 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

I am sad about DMM too. Believe me, I wish we kitties lived at least as long as you humans do too!

Andrea and the Celestial Kitties said...

I didn't know this one, but I know how sad it is to lose them. My heart goes out to her family.

ABBY said...

TBT

I feel exactly the same way.
When we first started blogging it never occurred to me that there would be sadness and loss. (I don't know why??) So with each loss, I feel it so deeply and it makes me cry. I am so sadden when I see any loss, but the losses that cut so deep are those long termed cat bloggers. We are now amongst them, and of course I am well aware of my 13 year old teeny tiny beauty. What I have discovered is when a loss occurs I feel it because I know I will lose each one of my kitties and it tears my heart out....plus I know the days are shorter rather than longer as all of kitties are seniors now.

So I hear you, and understand.

Katie Isabella said...

I understand too. When Admiral started blogging she and I didn't know how very much we would grown to love all the kitties and woofies we saw each day. We learn one anothers ways and habits; how we each play, what we do naughty and what we do so lovingly that our pawrents just would turn the world over if only they could keep us or hold back time and illness.

Mom has cried till her shirt front is wet each time another baby crosses the Bridge. She as do all of ius, knows the pain. I didn't know this precious little girl but I mourne her loss regardless as I know her family is totally broken hearted.

Derby, Ducky said...

Mum always gets leaky eyes when someone goes to The Bridge.

Angel DaisyMae Maus said...

TBT:
Mom and I are trying to live with the Maus-shaped hole left in our lives, and it is incredibly difficult. DMM knew me my whole life an' I only knew her for half of hers. She was smart an' knew how to make Mom do whatever she wanted. An' blogging? I'm outta my league wif the blogging! But I'm gonna try 'cuz I'm the only cat for now!

Mom is still crying alla the time, but gramma sez Mom'll be better when DMM's urn arrives ...

Thank you for your beautiful tribyoot to Miss Daisy ...

Charmee an' his mom

Pretinha said...

É doloroso ver amigos partirem.

Maxwell, Faraday and Allie said...

Our hearts go out to Daisy Mae Maus' mom - we didn't know her either, but we completely agree with your sentiment: it's so hard to see a good friend pass OTRB. Our blogging friends have become like family, and so at times like this, we grieve....

Teri and the cats of Curlz and Swirlz said...

Yes, it is sad to know some of our first friends are no longer with us, too. Teri visits our Pawprints every once in a while to give remembrance to them...