Thursday, December 15, 2005

Little Tiger Didn't Make It

I was going to post about our final Stitch and Bitch meeting for the year and about the wonderful presents that my secret santa made for me but as the title suggests the little kitten didn't pull through despite my best efforts. He didn't suck the best and it was rather difficult feeding him, maybe that is why his mother abandoned him in the first place, it is amazing how animals have this sense of when their offspring are too weak too survive.
Rest in peace little Tiger.

9 comments:

2paw said...

Dear Sharon, the Labradors and I are thinking of you,
Love and Hugs x x o x o x x

AmyDe said...

Little Tiger went with love - not all alone - that's really why he found you. What more can any of us ask in life - and in passing than to go surrounded by warmth and love. My heart is with you.

Liz said...

Amyde said it perfectly. Bless his heart...

trek said...

Oh, Sharon, I am so sorry. I am ten thousand miles away and never met the little thing and I'm still fighting the tears on this one,

Katt said...

Oh hun. Huge hugs to you. I am so sorry.
I agree that amyde said it best.
My thoughts are with you and your family.

Katt

Kate said...

Feeding kitties that age is so hard and trying to get them to suck long enough when they're energy depleted is virtually impossible. Tiger was with you for 6 days, which is completely impressive. A short life but filled with care and concern. I hope 2006 brings you and the kids the next kitty soon.

Ada said...

I'm so sorry. My heart is with you

BlackCrow said...

I'm so sorry to hear about the little fella, but at least you know he had the best 6 days of his life spent with you and your family.

Zippianna said...

I, too, am sorry that Tiger didn't make it. He was very, very young, and I bet he was weak, as you say. Bless you for trying so hard. May another kitty find it's way into your lives soon. You have a lot of love to give to the lucky next one.