This might sound silly. I lost my beloved cat Oct. 31. I have still not gotten over him. Since the day he left I have slept on top of my cover and have not moved the pillows. I still have his food and water bowl on the floor beside my bed. I find myself sometime thinking the other cat is him and have to stop and remind myself it is not him. I need him back and I don\'t know how I can make it thru this holiday without him. On top of that I am fearful that my grandparents will give up soon their fight. Its a slow death of Altizemers.
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