My kitty boys loved, loved, loved it when my brother came for his annual visit.
(Sorry for “the word”.)
Unfortunately, Dick died on December 19, 2016. We miss him a lot. He was a funny, gentle man, a good and decent fellow, a man who was comfortable with anyone he met. Children loved him, cats and dogs loved him. I loved him. I miss his visits. On this anniversary, I share the few pieces of video I have of him.
RICHARD M. THOMAS
I bet Andy and Dougy miss their Uncle Rich, too. It looks like he spoiled them. Winks and purrs.
They do. They always had a good time during his visits, as the videos show. If I spoil them rotten, Dick took spoiling to the next level!
Purrayers to you and The Boys as you remember your beloved brother.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your loss, Doug. <3
I’m so sorry about the loss of your brother, Doug. Thank you for posting these videos, they are memories to treasure for sure.
THank you for sharing the video. It is nice to have photos and videos of loved ones past.
I’m sorry about your brother, Doug. Here’s a hug for ya. Love the videos, he sure knows how to wind the boys up! ❤️😎😻
Thank you. Yes, he had therm really, really, really excited about play! They definitely enjoyed his visits.
I liked the music in the background and when he said, “You shouldn’t be up here, Dougy” The cat jumped down.
Sorry for your lost. Thanks for sharing the memories.
Thank you. I enjoyed making videos, then Microsoft dropped the editing program or hid it somewhere. I bought the music from a fellow who makes creative commons music.
Lovely precious memories.
All the best, Doug!
hugs to you… he looks like a fabulous guy, the one we want to meet for a coffee and tee for a chat…
He was a talker! He enjoyed a leisurely chat, and that was something Dick and I did a lot of during his visits. We were so different in our interests, yet we never ran out of things to talk about. The kitty boys (and Louie the ginger cat before him.) loved him because he played cat games with them no matter what we people were doing.
Holidays have a funny habit of bringing back memories of those no longer with us. I’m sorry for the loss of your brother; it looks like the kitty boys miss him too. Merry Christmas, Doug!
How true. (I really enjoyed your post today!) Anyway, I miss Dick, yet he was suffering so much (cancer) at the end that I am glad that suffering is over.