Welcome to Morris's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Morris
2008 - May 25, 2019
You were always there to greet me when I came home. You were full of energy and curiosity. You knew how to make your needs known and managed to skillfully persuade those around you to provide you with everything you possibly wanted. But most of all, you were so loving and affectionate. You made it so easy to love you back. You were happy, playful and charming. You enjoyed every day. So full of energy, you loved running around, tossing your toys , looking out the widow and eating. Watching you made every day seem to be just right. I was happy just to be around your delightful strong personality. You were brave and enthusiastic and made the best out of any situation . You inspired me with your optimistic spirit and determination.
You spent your first four years fighting for survival on your own . I wish I had known you then so I could have made it easier for you . I am sure your strength and determination to survive helped you get through those hard years. I was so happy and honored to meet you in the park you called your home. You were incredibly charming from the start. Before I knew it, you had me coming every day to bring food. You were so appreciative that I looked forward to our visits. Eventually, I knew I had to give into your charm and take you home .
You had to overcome a series of difficult medical problems . Yet you never complained . For a long time you had to take medication for your liver problems. You fought hard and you improved . When you were diagnosed with heart problems, you had to learn to take your medication twice a day. You were amazing. I knew you hated taking your pills, but you did it. And for months you made it seem like even that could not slow you down.
You were such a fighter and would never give up. Even when it became hard for you to walk, you kept pushing yourself.
I loved your gentle way of coaxing me to follow your lead . When you were tired, you managed to take me to our bed. When you were hungry, I ended up in the kitchen. You looked up with excitement as I moved towards your food . When you wanted to relax on the sofa , I was right there with you . How could anyone not be charmed by your gorgeous wide eyed face, amazing and delightful markings and coloring and your enthusiast personality.
It is so hard not having you here with me . I want to look down again and see your loving eyes and incredibly handsome face. I feel so lost and empty without you.
You enjoyed every day. You inspired me. I will try to follow your lead again and learn from you how to enjoy life. I wish I had more time to learn your life lessons. I miss you so much. I love you and will always remember how lucky I was to have such a wonderful, smart, charming kitty in my life
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