As I mentioned in a previous recent entry, I don’t wish to emphasise the condolences of one person over another. Each and every comment or gesture of sympathy following Parker’s death is appreciated; each was an effort to communicate kindness and fellowship. However, I named Ann of Zoolatry in particular for her marvelous badge capturing Parker’s unique character because I wanted to display it and credit its maker.
Now, another unasked for tribute to my orange-boy has been sent to me, this one by Ingrid of Meezer’s Mews and Terrieristical Woofs (and yes, I had to correct that spelling a couple of times!) Just as Ann’s image shows me my sturdy-boy’s personality, Ingrid’s gives me the impression of his journey, his journey to where I hope he will wait for me, with those who have gone before.
Thank you, Ingrid, for your generosity. Parker loved to greet his friends, and I know he would love to meet you.
Thank you, everyone.
Ingrid did a beautiful piece of artwork of your beloved Parker. Please know our thoughts are with you.ReplyDelete
That is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the compliments...I like to make these mementos for furs and their peeps, it helps me deal with the stresses in my own life, and also as an ongoing tribute to the kitties and pups from my life, both here in blogville and from previous time.ReplyDelete
We still add lots more purrs, woofs and wagggles to help surround you with some small comfort
We ALL love pussy~cats John..that's quiteReplyDelete
obvious..and most of us are miles from each
other..but when someone like yourself, writes
with such love, we ALL feel, and love in the
same way, and always will..!
I've only just come on board, and slowly reading
some of your older posts..God Bless you John....
That is a beautiful tribute from Ingrid, and she used a lovely photo of Parker.ReplyDelete
Aww it just shows how much we all loved Mr Parker and will miss him.ReplyDelete
You should know that you have mountains of support here from so many who've gone through the same thing. This is a wonderful sharing place where friends support each other in so many ways. We continue to send purrs and prayers your way.ReplyDelete
IT is loving and important to know others do care about our loved one who have gone on. I would have loved to have had the talent to do that for mine. Ingrid did a beautiful rendering for Parker as did Ann.ReplyDelete
That really is such a beautiful tribute.ReplyDelete
Ingrid did a fantastic tribute to Parker. I think everyone who reads your blog loved Parker and misses him greatly.ReplyDelete
I want to thank you for your wonderful words and sympathy concerning Parker’s passing. They have been a great comfort to me.Delete
What a beautiful piece of art, and a lovely tribute to Parker!ReplyDelete
We, as a community, all lose a friend when one of our cats passes.ReplyDelete