|She loved the backyard, even on a leash.
The next few weeks were hard, but knowing that we did what was best for her helped us cope with the loss. I remember we kept her food dishes out for over a month, because neither one of us were ready to put them away. It was a comfort for us to see them in there spot. We talked about her when we needed to, we looked at loads of pics and shared memories of her. We talked about ways we could honor her. We decided our Christmas card for 2015 would be a pic of her, and we had a special Meadow calendar made for us.
|Our 2015 Christmas card.
|She was a princess.
We had no plans to get another cat, I honestly didn't think we would have another fur baby in this house for a few years. We most certainly weren't thinking about any new additions on that day, but little did we know, that a couple weeks after Meadow's passing, a couple little kitties were being born that were going to need a new family after a rough start in the world. I couldn't stop thinking about these two little kittens, and so after being fur free for a little over 2 months, we brought them home and I like to think Meadow would be just fine with that.
|Looking out the upstairs window.
|No Meadow, we can't plant you, you are one of a kind.