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    • On 8/12/2020 at 9:24 AM, Cris said:

       

      I am so sorry  It doesn’t make sense does it.  Your boy looks so much like my Merlin. All I have now is his ashes. I’m dealing with it now most days and I’ve had a couple of visits from him but I know I have to let him go on his onward journey but I really don’t want to let go.  My other 2 cats have struggled with the loss but they seem to be dealing with it now. Thank you for your message. 

      Cris 

      Thanks Cris,
      It's hard to loose a friend and family member but as platitudes go 'time heals all wounds' fits one of the saddest things i have seen is on the way to work one morning i saw a cat with his head pressed against the head of his twin (colouring) dead in the road, these two feral cats obviously lived together and the one left looked so sad, i moved the dead one under the hedge so no more damage would be done.

      I got my boys Raven and Spooky about a year after Merlin died and they are still running me around changing their minds on food and sleeping places 😄.
      Where we are now has 35 cats in our road so no more dead voles or rabbits. Ravens claim to infamy was bringing a dead rat into the house that was over twice his size when he was a kitten, Spooky was once stalking a fox cub in our back garden unaware it's mum was watching him from the hedge the picture when all three became aware of each other was quite funny.
       

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      I am so sorry  It doesn’t make sense does it.  Your boy looks so much like my Merlin. All I have now is his ashes. I’m dealing with it now most days and I’ve had a couple of visits from him but I know I have to let him go on his onward journey but I really don’t want to let go.  My other 2 cats have struggled with the loss but they seem to be dealing with it now. Thank you for your message. 

      Cris 

    • On 7/24/2020 at 6:13 AM, Cris said:

      I had my boy Merlin taken away from me too early.  Killed on the road 

      he is my beautiful black cat 

      I’m left devastated and empty 

      i so want him back desperately 😢

      Hi Cris,

      I had a black cat called Merlin he to was killed on the road after my ex let him out, He was black with dark grey stripes only a six month old kitten when he died, I was due to collect him from her the next day, all she said was 'oh yeh the cats dead' I hope she enjoyed the curse i left with her, i know from friends her life went to crap afterwards 🙂

      This is Merlin on my shoulder one of his fav places to chill

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    • I have two cats, they've owned me for 13 years I thought we would loose Spooky a couple of times but he keeps bouncing back. They become close family members from day one and I'm dreading the day they go but I know I only have them for a while. Not really a dog person (especially small yappy ones) I was raised with working dogs and yappy little carpet crappers so give me a cat anytime

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    • Rather than start such a thread from the beginning, have a look at this from way-back-when!

      https://bit.ly/2PGaVz7

    • Moonsmith

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      Others share your opinion.Ellinas.

      .... of a good leader, when his work is done, when his aims are fulfilled, men will say, " we did it ourselves."

      Lao Tzu    Tao Te Jing

      (Gender issues of somewhere about sixth century BCE)

      I can go along with that as long as the leader leads by example and carries any and all cans.  

      This also means that a charismatic/visionary orator takes responsibility for the actions of the mob who interpret or misinterpret their words. 

    • The best leaders, seems to me, are hardly noticeable.

      Ab tergo ducimus, I believe, translates as "we lead from behind".

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    • 9 hours ago, Earthdragon said:

      I'll go for Shiva Ayyadurai as a visionary leader. 

      Thank's for this ED.

      I particularly appreciate..

      Letter to the president

      There is always hope.  Cautious optimism is better than none at all.

      Once again my thanks. 🙏

       

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