As some of you may know, I recently lost my pet cat Winter. I didn't go much into what happened, and the details are not suitable for a description of this picture. I did not have a chance to say goodbye, and I did not have time or access to a vet to try and save her life, So I was left with a very difficult and painful choice.
I adopted Winter from the Humane society from where I used to live not long ago, and took her with me when I moved. She was deaf, as are most white furred cats with blue/green eyes due to genetics. Regardless she was a very curious but loving cat, and also the first cat I had that was mine alone. Every other kitty Ive ever had was not neccessarily one Ive picked and raised, but that doesn't mean I didn't love each and every one of them.
Winter however, was special to me, because I wanted to giver her a better life, a long, comfortable life that my Mom was always able to provide for hers.
When I moved out on my own She kept me company, and everyday she would always headbunt me , cuddle up beside me, whine for my attention or purr, and would always sleep on my bed where she felt most comfortable.
I still think about her and I still think about the one million what ifs that maybe if I did this or that I could have saved her, but if any of you saw the state she was in, you would understand why I took this pretty hard.
I couldnt do anything, I couldnt get anyone to help, I had no options and no time to say goodbye, so this is my goodbye.
I love you Winter, I hope you are at peace.
To anyone whom may be thinking "She's just a cat" The door is right behind you, please do not let it hit you on the way out.