Friday, January 7, 2011

Good Night, Webby

Yes, this is a dog blog, but cats are people, too, right?

Dear Webster, Little Webby, The Webinator, passed yesterday due to kidney disease.

13 years is a long time to know a cat, but not long enough.


Not ceiling cat, Sink Cat!


Traveller Extraordinaire
He was one of those cats that thought very highly of himself. Always up for a conversation. He was a legend in his own mind. Really just a chicken at heart, but loved to pretend like he was some tough, wild beastie.

He played a key role in the Raising Of Bella, teaching her very important life lessons like:

It may be smaller than you but it can still kick your ass


Sure, chase the kitty, but for your own well-being it's best to stop about 10 feet out


Sharp things come outta no where. Often for no good reason


And the most important lesson...

The cat always gets the best sleeping spot
Ah, who are we kidding, they get the best spots, period.

Run free Web.

No more pain.

No more suffering.

You can probably eat string where you are too.

See you on the flip side little buddy.

22 comments:

  1. RIP Webster. Love the photos and the lessons learned :-)

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  2. What a touching post. You're the second blogpal to post this week about losing a long-time feline friend, and it's so sad. Our furbabies are heartsnatchers, that's for sure.

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  3. omg - so sorry to hear that. I have an all black dsh girl kitty with CRF; I know her time is going to be up soon. This is very sad to read.

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  4. They are definitely people! I love your touching tribute to your beloved Webby. All of our little critters...they always go to soon. Warmest thoughts.

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  5. rip, webby. i know lots of cool doggies and kitties on your side of the bridge. give them my love and have fun!

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  6. Awww. :( I'm so sorry. Run free, Webby.

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  7. I'm so sorry to hear that. A name full of character for a cat full of character:)
    RIP Webster.

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  8. RIP Webby. We had to say good-bye to our cat, Sammy, last week. He was 14. It's very tough.

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  9. I am so sorry to hear about Webby. It sounds like he had a fascinating life and will be missed greatly.

    The last photo of them all together is lovely. Such a perfect tribute.

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  10. What a lovely tribute. So very sory for your loss.

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  11. Beautiful Post. Webster is super cute. It is always heartbreaking to lose a pet.:(

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  12. Webster looks a great deal like my own string-eater Morgan, who is much missed. This is a really lovely tribute.

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  13. Oh so sad! My heart breaks with you. Cats are definitely people and very important dog trainers.

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  14. hi,beautiful Post,the last photo of them all together is lovely. Such a perfect tribute.

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  15. I was just spending the afternoon surfing around looking at dog blogs and I stumbled across yours.
    Your little Webster looked so much like my little Boo with that little round face. I am so sorry for your loss. Webster sounded like such a special kitty.
    You have given Webby a loving tribute. I send my deepest sympathies.

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  16. This is definitely a beautiful post...Your cat is so great...I love the picture that you posted too...Great job!!!


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  17. wonderful post and the pictures are precious. my thoughts to you...kitties are magical, too!

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  18. rip webster. i love a good sink cat.

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  19. May you rest in peace Webby.. 13 years is long time to be with Webby consider to the other pet owner that they only had 1-2 years of their beloved pets..

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  20. i am equally sad with you for your lovely cat Webbie!
    she was really so cute
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  21. This is definitely a very wonderful post. The pictures are very precious. Thanks for sharing.
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