Yeah, he could be a little cranky...and he ate too much grass, sometimes...and he left a permanent mark in my fresh concrete...This was one of his favourite places to lounge...
Hi, I've been lurking around your blog for a long time. We used to have a cat too. Goodbye Construction Cat. Hope there are some renos going on in Kitty Heaven :)
So sorry about your cat but glad he didn't suffer. I think it's nice that you'll always have a reminder of him in your concrete.
Sorry about the cat, sounds like he liked the sound of the skill-saw and the fresh smell of drywall dust. What a cat.
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Oh.. so sorry to hear about your construction kitty's passing. We had a construction cat for years. She went patiently through reno after reno. She was the boss and over saw everything. I must say our reno's now have never been the same without her. She past away as well. Best wishes, Susan :)
I keep coming back to this post. Saying goodbye to a pet is really tough. Good luck to you and yours, and bless your construction cat.
I'm sad for you -- ours is 21 and each time we leae we're never sure she will be there when we get back. Ours is black and white too -- glad he didn't suffer.
I hope that Kitty's construction might have completed and she'll be also happy in that place. Please share updated details about it.cheap kitchens
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