”These two were rescue cats (from an experimental farm) and whilst this image doesn’t say it, they were very, very distrusting when we first got them. It took 6 months to be able to get close enough to stroke them without being mauled. After that time they became our best friends and were inseparable. They had so far spent 14 years together before we sadly lost the grey in the autumn.”
20th Challenger – A Lifetime Together
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16 responses to “20th Challenger – A Lifetime Together”
Very touching ❤
Thank you so much. They touched us deeply – and still do.
This is so sad…. but how nice of you. My cat is a rescued one too. I loved this photograph, Good Luck. Love, nia
Thank you Nia. Cyrus, the black & white one obviously misses his lifetime partner, but he gives us a great time and still provides great memories. Thank you for the vote.
And, sorry for your loss….
Thank you – for the like & the comment – it is much appreciated.
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This is so precious! I think you have the winner here 🙂
That’s very kind, thank you. They were both winners with me anyway. Actually they still are… 🙂
I know how it’s to lose … lost both of mine – Whiskey & Zoda. Love this photo. Good luck to you!
Thank you for the thoughts. Zoda, what a great name. Ours were Cajun & Cyrus (Cyrus is the B&W survivor)
Thanks for coming back to me … somebody has said that cat love names with letter ” S” in – don’t have a clue if it’s true … but they listen better when they are kittens to a name with S-sound. Whiskey he just moved into me as an adult cat. So I had to rename him.
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Sorry for your loss. I am dreading the day when I lose my current furry friends. These cats are beautiful though, and rescuing animals is always an amazing thing to do.
Unfortunately it has to happen. It is what life is all about, well apart from the money that no-one will stop talking about at the moment 😦
So sorry that you lost these precious two. I’ve rescued countless kitties, some of which I found homes for and some stayed with me. I had a stable feral colony (all neutered and spayed) numbering 4, and four inside kitties (also all feral – or born in the wild). Thanks for doing your part in saving these poor furbabies. It’s so sad to lose them. I’m down to three now.