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The Last Meow is dedicated to all the pets who died or became seriously ill due to the Menu Foods Pet Food Recall, and the fur siblings they left behind.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Whiskers is Wonderful



The Mom had a hard time choosing just one word for me. When she thinks of me she thinks of LOVE and so that was the word she started to choose. But one of my nicknames when I was alive was Whiskers the Wonder cat, so I told her in a dream I would like the word WONDERFUL.

The flowers in the background of my picture are special. They grow on my grave and Mommy has never seen them growing any where else on the property, and she hasn't been able to find them in a book. Since she doesn't know their name she calls them Whiskers' Flowers and knows I sent them to cheer her up. You can't tell well from the pictures, but they are a pale blue and very small. Mommy says blue flowers are very rare.

We didn't know about cat and dog blogging when I was alive. I would have loved it, I loved making new friends and having my pictures taken. I hope you enjoyed learning a bit more about me ~Love, Whiskers (The Supreme Ruler of the Universe)

9 comments:

Milo and Alfie Marshall said...

Sweetheart ~ it is a beautiful choice for yoo. We know yoor fambly love and miss yoo tons.

ArtemisiaFSS said...

Thanks for stopping by Milo and Alfie.

Brian said...

That is a great word for you and I know you would have loved the Cat Blogosphere.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Wonderful is surely a good word for Whiskers. It's nice the flowers grow for you to enjoy.

Hannah and Lucy said...

There couldn't have been a better word for you.
luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

Furkidsmom said...

We think that is a WONDERFUL word for you!!!

The Florida Furkids and Angel Sniffie

Cloon said...

Wow beautiful pictures and story...love it about the flowers.

Eric and Flynn said...

That is the perfect word for you Whiskers. The flowers are pretty and Dainty.

ArtemisiaFSS said...

It means so very much to all of us that you stopped by to visit Whiskers.