We first saw Clancey at 3 weeks of age. I knew he was so special the first time I held him in the palm of my hand. I was looking for a show kitten, and got so much more. Although he turned out to be a regional winning cat in CFA, he was such a large part of our lives. He was so full of love for everyone and everything. He slept on a baby blanket in between us since he was a kitten, and I still have his blanket to this day. I am so grateful for saving his baby tooth and putting it in a locket almost 15 years ago. One of his names we frequently called him was "Baby C". I cherish his life and all that he was. He taught me about patience, tolerance and unconditional love. He never complained, and had a very funny sense of humor. He would go through his toy box and carry around a|
carrot or a mouse in his mouth making sounds like a baby calf. He wanted to show you his "catch". He would do this sometimes in the middle of the night when you were in a deep sleep, but it was so cute you had to sit up to see it. He took a huge part of our hearts with him, and it is still hard to believe he is gone. They are never here long enough. He was our "Mochi Bear", and loved to be held tight and squeezed. He is so missed in our lives. Although I have 4 other babies in the house, it still feels empty when I come home. I miss his little funny cries. I miss him in the bed next to me. Life will never be the same without him. We will never forget you Clancey. You will live in our mind and in our hearts forever more. We miss you!!!
Lincia's Dream Catcher of Islandsong July 9, 1991-Jan.20, 2006
And now my sweet Earl is with Clancey, taking care of him. My soulmate is gone and with all the ones he loved so much....we will all be together again someday.