It’s really difficult for me to believe that my gorgeous Rags has been gone for 3 years.
As far as I know, I think most of us have reoccurring dreams, but do you have reoccurring dreams about your cats? How about your dead ones? I do! I wanted to share mine, see what your interpretations were and also see what your dreams were.
Rags was born August 8th, 1989 at Ragnarok Cattery in California and came to Kansas City in November 1989.
I am a firm believer that we are given what we need to grow in life. I also believe that I am supposed to have the cats I have, those are Charlie and Trigg and that I was supposed to have Rags. Although, he, technically, is not mine, I have a very strong bond with Caymus, so he is also included.
Rags, was my family’s cat, who I got when I was 10 years old. He lived until he was 19.5, so until I was 29 years old (I am now 31). Since I had Rags for so long and because I was the most into him, I ended up claiming him as mine – although he was my family’s cat. After he died, about 6 months later, I got Charlie and a month later, Trigg in 2009.
I was raised to believe that fresh air was a good thing. So it begs the question, do you let your cat outside?
A question and answer session that Rags and I had through, animal communicator, Tim Link.
If you are a loyal reader, than you have more than likely read a couple of the Animal Communication interviews that I have featured on Sundays. If you would like to check them out – they’re under our pet communicators category.
I was talking to a friend a few days ago and telling her about my Silversmithing classes and how I had created this box for Rags’ ashes – as we were getting off the phone, she said she wanted to see photos of it, so I just went to Floppycats.com and linked to the posts I did.
I am in the process of making a box for Rags (my 19.5 year old Seal Mitted Ragdoll who died in March 2009).