Welcome to Oliver's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Oliver
I had the privilege of meeting Oliver when he was one and a half years old. My wife adopted him at six months old and I came one year later. Oliver wasn't too thrilled at my arrival because I took up his space in bed. Eventually, he grew to accept me and eventually love me as a member of the family. Oliver was alongside at a lot of the great moments of our lives including my marriage to Brooke and our trip up to Pennsylvania where we bought our first home. He was upgraded to a much bigger home where there were much more areas to explore. He loved Science Diet, feathers, laying in bed, treats, and cuddling with us. On the weekends even though I tried to sleep he made sure I was awake at a decent time by his adorable meows or tapping me lightly on the face. In the end, his favorite thing to do was look out the window. I would open the blinds in our guest room and he could look out there for hours. I would lay beside him and fall asleep. He loved belly, face, and back rubs. Every morning before work he would stand in front of me as I was about to leave. I almost feel like he was protesting my departure. There were many times on weekends I didn't want to leave so I could spend more time with him. Vacations were hard but it was exciting to come home to see him again. I know he is in a better place right now and back to normal health. I look forward to the day where I will stand at the end of the meadow and hold him again. For now, it's more about "See You Later" versus "Goodbye". I cannot wait until I see him again.
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