While you may say that a week is seven days, I say that sometimes, a week is just longer than that. This was one of those weeks.
Suddenly, on Wednesday, Aries the Cat, who had been The Matriarch of The Zoo for almost 18 years went into renal failure. We lost her within hours. She will be missed by all that knew her and those that didn’t can know a bit more about what made her special in our tribute post.
On Saturday, we posted our monthly “I Am Canadian” Feature Post and introduced you to Cathy from Cathy Thinking Out Loud who shared her thoughts on the wording of the Canadian National Anthem.
We provided you with some information to determine whether Multiples get along Better than Siblings of Different Ages and provided you with a new opportunity to WIN $40 from FlipSize Canada in Quality and Brand Name Kids Clothes!
See what I mean when I say that this week seemed like eight days. No matter because today is Tuesday and that means…
Journeys of The Zoo Weekly Giveaway Linky!
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So sorry to read about your cat. It’s always hard to lose a pet – they really are members of the family.
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Thanks for inviting me to join your linky!
I’m terribly sorry to hear about your cat. We just had to put our 14 year old Chloe down a few months ago and it’s been rough but I find if you see them suffering it makes it a little bit easier because you know they’re in a better place! *hug*
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Thank you so much for your kind words regarding Aries. I’m sorry to hear that you too have gone through the loss of a furry family member. I find comfort in knowing that we did everything we could have for her. She wouldn’t have survived the surgery and we saved her some pain and suffering.
I appreciate you stopping by and linking up.