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Am i being daft?

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JerseySpud Mon 24-Feb-14 11:20:54

My sil's cat got run over yesterday. she was nearly 8. I spent her first day at home with her and she slept on my bump for my both my kids.

I cant stop crying sad

RightsaidFreud Mon 24-Feb-14 11:42:38

sad I'm so sorry to hear this. Of course you're not being daft. It's so lovely that you have that memory of her.

cozietoesie Mon 24-Feb-14 12:47:32

You're not being daft at all and I'm so sorry.

How are your SIL and all the kids doing?

Lilicat1013 Mon 24-Feb-14 13:21:36

I am sorry for you loss and for your SIL's loss. It is not daft to be upset.

JerseySpud Mon 24-Feb-14 13:44:17

My sil is ok. Luckily the woman who hit her stopped and also the kitty died instantly from a head wound.

I do have happy memories of her. The cat was beautiful and the daftest kitty ever.

Fuzzymum1 Wed 26-Feb-14 20:32:42

It's not daft at all. I think it's perfectly natural to grieve for the loss of a pet, even if it's not yours. I'm so sorry, for you and your SIL. I sobbed and sobbed when my friend's cat was run over - she was the litter-sister to one of my boys and it it hit me so hard.

timtam23 Wed 26-Feb-14 20:55:43

Not daft at all. So sorry to hear about this sad

HarpyFishwifeTwat Thu 27-Feb-14 07:59:09

Not daft at all, our pets are members of our families and it's completely natural to grieve for them. flowers

Wishyouwould Thu 27-Feb-14 13:50:42

Not daft at all OP, I'm tearing up just reading your post.

So sorry for your loss flowers

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