Saturday, December 15, 2012

Saturday Sharing With Sadness

 Little did Mom realize that a few hours after she took this pikh
 And this
 And this one too
 That so many lives in Connecticut - the state with the UCONN HUSKIES - would be changed beyond furever - 
 Butterskhotch on Tuesday


Khyra's Mom here - in shock - from the moment I first heard of it - and now, as I'm watching the NBC Nightly News as Khyra and I put this together - trying to find the words - not sure they exist -

We do know that all of our recent furry crossings are now doing important work at The Rainbow Bridge - helping to welcome the new human pups - in need of comfort -

Since Rusty The Rooster - the SUPREME clown - is one of the newer residents of The RB - we know he headed there for a reason this week - just as I had a sad feeling in the pit of my stomach when I passed the construction site this past Sunday where I had been snagging shots of all that equipment that Rusty just LOVED - it was all lined up  - not working for a change - when I saw THAT, I knew - their work was done 'there' for now - 

Make sure you hug your loved ones whenever you can for we never know -

Please keep all those affected in your thoughts - 

Hugz&Khysses From Khyra's Khorner


Unknown said...

Dear Khyra & Khyra's Mom,

Those are beautiful photos - we love Butterscotch on the window especially.

But we wanted to say that we believe you are quite right about the Bridge.
Quite a number of Ruger's twitter pals also made their Journey the last couple of weeks - some of them unexpectedly.

But now we understand that they were preparing for the very very great honour of welcoming & comforting such small Angels & walking them over the Bridge. As most of those little Angels are not even old enough to have their own doggie or kitty waiting for them. :(

Journey well young Angels & guard them well our furry friends until such time in the future as their families come for them.

Prayers for the families of Newton.

From Ruger Mum, Ruger & Izzy

Unknown said...

I very Sad. Rest in peace.

The Thundering Herd said...

That makes sense in so many ways. Because I am always so careful about putting people's faces on our blog - particularly people who have not given their permission - I never shared pictures of Rusty surrounded by children. He would wiggle with as much delight as the kids petting him. He was always one of my greatest kid ambassadors (along with QNTE, believe it or not).

Sad that he and others have so many children to comfort today.

How Sam Sees It said...

Good words to live by and remember. We are so heartbroken over the news.


Tama-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette, Ollie, Hotesse & Heloise said...

Looking good, Butterscotch!

Each and every day, we remember how precious each one of us is to the other.

Get busy, Rusty!


Jans Funny Farm said...

Butterscotch is such a handsome - or is that beautiful? - cat.

What happened in CT is beyond terrible!

Clive said...

We were truly heart-broken listening to the news. It is just so terrible.

- Clive & Murray

BeadedTail said...

We think Butterscotch wanted to come in to comfort you and your mom Khyra! We're so sad about the tragedy in CT that we haven't seen any news since noon yesterday. We just can't bear to watch it because we know what happened, we'll never, ever understand why and we certainly don't need any details. Our hearts and purrs are with those affected.

Two French Bulldogs said...

Butterscotch you look so cute. Those poor families in Connecticut
Benny & Lily

Elyse K said...

Dear Khyra and Mum - these are wonderful pikhtures. You are so right about the Rainbow Bridge.

Praying for Connecticut today. We here in Illinois know these emotions all too well from the 2008 shooting at Northern Illinois University (another "home of the huskies" school).

I saw an instruction on Facebook to hug the ones who are precious to you, so: (((HUGS))).

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Our hearts are hurting too- just like yours and so many others.