It has been a week since our 7 month old kitten Daisy got out on a Sagittarian full moon... but, first let me go back to December 2016
2016 the ominous #9 year = endings of cycles. We nearly made it to the end with no major hiccups. until December, so close...
December 2016 a week before Christmas our much loved family pet Mr. Hank passed away. A snake got him and all the anti-venom didn't help. Needless to say that it happened after hours! A trip to the emergency vet and 1000's of dollars later... but money wasn't important at the time (thank God for credit cards....).
So, here we were cat-less for the first time in a long time. The house seemed empty, but we couldn't have another cat, just yet… until.
Daisy a 5 week old kitten pounced into our family. A completely different personality to Mr Hank, cheeky yet loving, naughty yet funny. Yes you guessed it 3 am hanging between the blinds wake ups, 4 am bouncing on the bed wake-ups and then… the cuddles, the purrs, the love. We were in love.
Shortly after, Doris, a 7 year old feline popped into our family, it looked like I was collecting cats! Shy at first, Doris settled into the family dynamic very soon. The double D's (Daisy & Doris), as one of my sons called them, developed a love hate relationship.
So happy family all around with the humans 'fighting" for the cats’ attention.
Until that full moon night, Daisy got out and hasn't returned... yet!
Doris looks at me... sad... I am sad... we all are sad and terribly upset.
I put Daisy on numerous fb pages and the response was overwhelming. Soooo much love from family, friends and strangers in the community. Secretly I think Daisy knows that she is a Facebook sensation and enjoys the attention. I really want to touch on, how people rally together with love in their hearts. The support and concern which flowed our way, as I said, is overwhelming. I truly never expected this in a million years. My heart goes out even more to families who are missing a loved one... the not knowing is the bad thing.
Even though I see Daisy happy and bouncy and I dream of her, I am too emotionally involved to determine if I see her on this plane or n the next.
A recent dream showed me that she will return when she is older....
Do we give up hope? No
Do we keep the faith? Yes
To all families who are looking for a loved one not knowing where they are... my heart goes out to you. I can't even start to imagine how it feels.
On this note…
Never give up hope as hope keeps us going
Truly appreciate all the love out there
From my heart to yours.
Love & Light