Friday, March 5, 2010

Franklin T. Cat, 199?–2010

I just threw out the unfinished food from his dish and unplugged his water fountain. His absence is even larger than he was.

1 comment:

Jack said...

A tough but necessary and inevitable lesson for the kids. I was five when our cocker spaniel Bonnie died. I came down the stairs at the old place at 7th & Laurel. There was a door there. I pushed and felt some resistance but with a little give. It was Bonnie. I knew immediately she was dead. I cried the whole day. We had other dogs but it was never the same. RIP indeed, Franklin.