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Pocket Welcomes Tuna of the Moon to Rainbow Bridge

 

 It is I, Pocket Dog, once again ably filling in for my sister Foley. I don't know what is happening on the mortal side, but we have had a rapid influx of friends at the Bridge. Maybe more angels are needed to help humans, or Santa needs us to help deliver gifts. Whatever the reason, we have been swamped, which is why Foley asked me to visit Tuna, one of the Trout Towne kitties, writers of one of my favorite blogs.

She had arrived a few hours before I visited her. I knew Tuna was very popular and had many predecessors, who wanted to greet her, and I did not want to elbow in on their greetings. I appeared after the large welcoming dinner and found her sitting on the ground, removing meat from a salmon bone.

I introduced myself to my online friend, who looked up at me and smiled. "Eye happy zee you Pocket," she said. "Zo manzee of me friendz have come to zee me, it meanz zoo much zat zay took zee time."

I smiled politely and wished I had brought my dog to cat dictionary. Tuna had a strong cat accent, and I had a bit of trouble understanding her. I looked down and saw the puddles. "Were there from tears?" I asked.

"Oh, yes, my Food Servizz gurl cried a zillion tearz when I pazzed, and ven zee told zeople about my pazzing they cried too, and there wuz a moonzoon of tearz."

I sniffed and found my Mom's tears, then put them in my pouch for safekeeping. There must have been 1,000 cats there, joyous at Tuna's arrival and grieving because they knew the pain that the ones left behind felt.

I asked him how he was adjusting. "I mizz my family and I makez my heart hurt, but eye have met zo many angelz, friendz, and family memberz. And get theze, eyemet Saint Francis, he wuz very zweet to me and told me I would never zee alone, afraid, or in pain again. Zweet deal"

There was one other sweet deal I could offer, Tuna. I said I could send one more message from her to her Mom. Tuna thought hard and said, "Thank you for a wonderful life; eye loves you with my heat and zoul."

Tuna's family members Sam, Little Joe, Jigz, Perky, Bonnie, and Dobie, told her they were taking her into her Mom's dreams to help heal her pain. "Herez eye come!" Tuna said. She thanked me and invited me to dinner later that week, which was very gracious.

I hope her Mom let the cats into her dreams or heard Tuna's message for her, which eased her pain. Eye know she lovez her tabbies.

Oh no, Tuna is rubbing off on me.


Comments

  1. we bet she will open her heart for such visits... we need them... urgently...

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  2. OH yes, she will know. Her heart will know. All of we mom's and dad's know when our babies come to see us in the softness of the night. My mummy's tears were there too. We love all the Tabbies.

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  3. Pocket, you are a "zweet deal". No matter if a bit o' Tuna rubs off, it's good thing.

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  4. Oh man, there go the tears flowing again.

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  5. Yep! Our Mom 's eyes have turned into a fountain again! Having Tuna rub off on you is a terrific thing!

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  6. pocket; please tell tuna; mackerull and I send love back, a million times and we send you, and foley, love a million times as well ♥♥♥♥♥ THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for tuna's welcome story ♥♥♥♥♥

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  7. Big healing hugs to Tuna's mom and dad.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  8. Oh my goodness me this is absolutely beautiful Pocket. Somehow an itty bitty puppy like you has the biggest heart and bestest vocabulary.
    Hugs Cecilia

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