Alone and sad
Always thinking of you
Alone and sad
and terribly blue.
"But I am here," you say
With a twitch of your tail
"I am here" you say
Not sick and frail.
In memories cherished
Never to die
In memories cherished
Please, don't cry.
I have a place
Deep in your heart
I have that place
We are never apart.
Nov. 19, 2007
Daisy's Mom, Sue, helped her to the bridge today. Daisy's Mom and I have been good internet email friends for years. Sue lives in Loughton, which is outside of London, England. Daisy came to live with her Mom Sue and Dad Stephen, 4 1/2 years ago, at the age of (about) eleven. She was an honorary Calico Girl and teleported over to our kitty napathon in January, 2006. She had a heart of gold, was timid and shy and always such a good girl, touching everyone who knew her.
She reminded me so much of my Mittens. While I never met her, I will really miss her as I feel I knew her, through Sue's many emails.
I am very sorry to learn the sad news about English Daisy.
We are very sorry about English Daisy. Purrrrrs.
This is sad news!
We've been emailing her momma talking about guinea pigs for awhile and will send our condolences. Poor Daisy was quite sick and even though some thigns are for the better, it's still terribly hard because a piece of your heart goes with them. ::sniff::
We are all very sorry to hear about English Daisy.
Oh no, how sad. Please send owr purrs and hugs on to English Daisy's Mum.
Love Finny & Buddy
We got an email from Sue when we got home from work today with the sad news. Just posted about Daisy on Fat Eric's blog. We will miss her. Yours is a beautiful tribute.
Such sad news. We are very sorry for your loss. You are in our thought and purryers!
We are so sorry about Daisy. She was a very lucky cat to have such a good family. Another angel watching over us all from the Rainbow Bridge.
And Toni, your poetry is amazing and such a beautiful tribute. Purrs to one and all.
We are sorry to hear of English Daisy's passing. We will light a candle and purr tonight.
What a lovely tribute!
What a beautiful tribute to English Daisy.
It is a very sad time for her parents and all who knew her (and even some who only knew her thru the internet). But she is no longer suffering, she is waiting at the Bridge for the rest of us.
Prayers to her Mum and Dad and all of us who knew her.
ML (Mary Lynn)
Oh, this is sad news. We'z been purring and purraying for her since we heard she was sick. She's not sick anymore but we know her mom and dad will be heartsick so we'z sending purrs and purrayers fur them.
I am very sorry to hear about English Daisy.It is always sad when any cat crosses the Bridge :(
Purrs to you and Daisy's family.
Our purrs are going out to English Daisy's Family in this sad time.
we are sad she s gone. please tell her mom and family that we are purring for her to have found many kitty friends again at the rainbow bridge and was welcomed with joy!
puurrs and hugs Kashim & Othello
we are so sorry and so sad to hear this. We will light a candle for her tonight and sing her to the Bridge.
We are sorry to hear about English Daisy. This is a lovely tribute to her. We send our purrs to her family.
We are sorry to hear of the loss of your friend. We are sending our purrs to her fambly...
Thank you to everyone for such kind comments, purrs, prayers and thoughts for my English Daisy. And thank you so very much to my dear friend Toni - this really is a beautiful tribute to Daisy, and such a lovely poem. Yes, our hearts are sad right now, but we know that Daisy is healed and happy.
I just heard about your friend over at Fat Eric's. I am so sad that she had to go to the bridge, but I bet she is having a great time.
Willow and I were so sorry to hear the sad news of English Daisy's passing but we are happy that she is out of pain, healed and happy now. We'll keep sending over purrs to help with the ones who are missing her now.
Purrrrrrrrs, China Cat
Purrs to you on the loss of your furined. You have given English Daisy a very nice tribute.
How sad. We learned about English Daisy's passing when we visited Fat Eric's blog. You wrote a wonderful tribute for a well-loved kitty.
Your tribute to English Daisy is lovely. I am very sad that she is gone, but she is healthy again and without pain at the Bridge. I am very sad for her family, because it is so hard to let the little furry ones go, even though you know it is best. I send them hugs and condolences.
Sorry to hear about English Daisy. Hugs and purrayers to Sue and her family.
Daisy does look like Patches / Mittens. When I saw the picture my heart died for a second, I thought it was one of the girls.
That is a beautiful tribute to Daisy. I'm so sorry to hear that she's gone to the Bridge.
On a happier note, I've presented all of you with an award! You can pick it up on my blog.
We are so sad to hear this news!
We hope that Daisy and running and playing now with all of the bridge friends, painfree and kittenlike.
We want to add our condolences to Sue and her family for their loss. Their Daisy was well-loved and through her Sue made a good friend. We hope the good memories help her find some comfort now.
Please send our purrs to English Daisy's family.
We will do a posting on Rainbow CoMC for her.
What a lovely tribute to English Daisy.
May you, your family and English Daisy's family feel the warmth of all of the world's blogging cats and their people.
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