Post 2153: tit for tat or quid pro quo…

I scritch Dougy’s head, then he hops up on my lap and kneads my chest. Happy! Happy!

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A note from my sister on your condolences on the late Molly’s passing:

Please thank your bloggers for the condolences, and now Molly’s and Sox’s memories will be together in Elbert’s garden.  That is such a kind thing they do.

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8 thoughts on “Post 2153: tit for tat or quid pro quo…

    • I underestimated the response and had the comments turned off for a bit. Since people began commenting on other posts, it made no sense not to leave the comments on on the Molly post. It is possible to comment there now. My sister has appreciated the comments and sent her thanks.

    • She is sad, of course, but has no regrets that she got Molly as an older shelter cat. She had lots of personality, was active even at the end, exploring the examination room. She was unable to eat, however, toward the end and that was my sister’s sign it was time to end her suffering.

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