Hey. My partner died two years ago. I came home from visiting my parents over a weekend and found her dead on the floor. She died of undiagnosed heart disease. The cats had put their toys around her head trying to get her to play. Three of the four cats have had to be put to sleep and now the remaining cat, my baby, needs to be euthanized. Her arthritis and breathing problems are causing her so much pain, it's the only right thing after fighting it all for five years. Anyway, now I'll be totally alone and I don't know how I'm going to take the nights or coming home to an empty house. I did fine with the first four deaths. This one is hitting me so hard.
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