Abby came into this world back in 2008 and left at the young age of 12. I took her in when she was just a kitten from the woods on Furnace Road where I found her eating frogs to survive. She welcomed my other cat Jiji into the family in 2015 and raised her as her own teaching her all the best ways to be a cat. From playing, fighting, loving, and caring. The two of them got along very well and loved to run around the house and play.
Abby had a wonderful personality, she was very loving and playful. She loved to cuddle and steal the warm spots. One of her favorite places to lay was on the heating pad I got her and her favorite toy was her squirmles.
She wasn't like any other cat, she could tell how I was feeling. When I was sad she knew just what to do to make me feel better. She even knew when I was mad.
She always knew just what she was doing too. One time I made her mad and to my surprise she let me know it. She made sure to keep eye contact with me, jumped onto my bed and peed on it while never breaking eye contact. She let me know just how upset she was at me, I was shocked.
Abby came to a whistle anytime I called for her and never hesitated to be there for me when I needed her most.
Her meows were nothing like I've ever heard before, she was quite the vocal gal, always having something to say.
She was the perfect companion for me and I loved her as a child. I would've put my life on the line to save her at any given time. I am going to miss her cuddles, her meows, and most of all her compassion.
Not a day goes by where I won't be thankful for every single moment I was able to spend with her. The good and the bad days I will cherish forever.
Rest in peace my sweet girl.
I will keep you in my heart forever.