I have lost my beloved cat last Monday. I didn’t realised how much feelings I had towards him. It hit me hard, it hit me harder than I could possibly anticipated. He died of a sudden death (Grey was found in neighbour’s garden) – we don’t know what happened to him. I feel so much guilt that I could had been better to him when he was with us. I regret many things I had not done and had done – unfortunately it is too late to change things. I miss my dear friend, it’s only been few days since he’s gone but I sort of can’t accept he’s not there anymore, he won’t greet me when I come home from work, he won’t be annoyingly sitting on tv stand covering quarter of the telly while we would be watching it, and there won’t many other silly and heart-warming things that he used to bring to our lives. I miss my dear friend. I do hope I showed you my love during those years you were with us. I hope you felt loved, I hope you were happy as we were having you in our lives. Good bye my friend. Good bye Grey.
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