Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Pictorial Tuesday with Link Up 7 24 18



This week I made a graphic showcasing my Tess. She was a kitten that showed up at our campsite, stayed the week-end, very hungry (we all took turns sharing food with her), and she was still there when we left on Sunday. I couldn't get her out of my mind so I headed back over to the lake a few days later to see if she was still there. At first, there was disappointment because I didn't see her, and then she came running meowing. I took her home. We only had Tess about four years when her story turns sad. She was too young to have heart failure the vet said when I took her to the Vet on a Wednesday, but she was very sick and died a few days later.

Tess loved to play hide and seek. Can you find her hiding among my flowers? Sometimes at first, I wouldn't notice her at all. These furbabies sure do tear at the heart sometimes. Tess has been gone almost 10 years now, but she is missed always.


If you'd like to have the graphic frame I made, here is one below without my watermark. Just right click and save. Hope you enjoy.



Time to link up and share your photography, graphic art, or a photo turned into art. Thanks for sharing.



~hugs 'n giggles~

Peabea

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12 comments:

  1. That is a sweet frame. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  2. Lovely frame for your sweet kitty! Sad, that she's gone so fast. To us came a homeless too, was two or htree years old with sick kidneys. Vet says, he is to young for that... but I think, somehow gave him poison in his street time.We cannot know, what happened with such cats...
    He is still here for over 7 years now, but needs regularly medicine. Seems, it helps.
    Have a good week

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  3. lovely framing for your kitty. A sad story but it sounds like she brought joy into your life, and you to hers. Have a fabulous week and thank you again for the link up.

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  4. We never do forget our favorite pets do we? I still remember by very first little kitty. Her name was Buffy, she was a calico, and I loved her more than anything when I was a little girl.

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  5. I'm sorry to hear about Tess, but she sounds like she had a happy life and I'm glad you have good memories. Thanks for hosting and God bless! I think this is my first time visiting. Tina from Amanda's Books and More and 1camera1mom.

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  6. What a sweet photo memory to have of your cat tess, You amde her short life a happy and loving one.

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  7. I'm sure your sweet kitty was lucky to have you to love on her!

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  8. Tess sounded very happy to see you again. You taking her home gave her 4 years of wonderful life and living.

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  9. I'm sure the kitty was the happiest one when she was with you...
    Thank you for hosting.

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  10. What a beautiful kitty. I am sure Tess had a wonderful time
    living with you.
    Thank you for hosting!

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Nothing better than a scribbled comment or just a Hello. I look forward to them all..~Have a great week~ Please note that since if I reply to your comment here, you won't know unless you keep traveling back, so I try to always visit anyone who comments and leave a comment on their blog plus I like visiting anyway and making new blog friends. Have a great scribbling day. :)

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