Life comes, life goes

Another sad day on the farm.

Shortly after we had the first , sadly our cat was run over by a car on the road. We found her with open eyes dead in the middle of Taylor Road. In the short time that she was with us, we loved her with all her odd personality and slight grumpiness. But she never scratched or bit anybody, always been a well behaved girl. We will be missing her dearly.

Cheetah hiding in Jolans bed amongst the cuddly toys

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