When laying rubber gloves out to dry after using them for cleaning, I worry that Annie will come and bite holes in them. She used to bite holes in the rubber nipples when she was weaning, and then she started biting holes in rubber gloves after that. We went through many kitten nipples trying to get goat's milk into her on a daily basis! She didn't do so well on KMR, and had to be switched over to goat's milk, with Nutrical and Karo syrup mixed in.
G.T. is wondering where his fresh Costco Chick-Hen is, because he was getting very used to it being available daily since that was all that Annie would eat in her last few weeks.
And Maw thinks about filling up the bathroom sink because Annie would always get her water from the bathroom sink. And Paw was wondering which cat will be the sheet cat to help make the bed and play with the sheets everyday because Annie loved to play with the sheets and hide from the humans.
And occasionally Annie would leave a "deposit" in the tub, or sometimes the bathroom sink. We don't know why, but that is something that she would do. Ok, that part we don't miss.
She could smell the salmon cakes cooking and would come and meow for them. And she would want a catnip toy from the cabinet in the mornings, and Paw would get it out for her to play with.
And Annie loved to talk to us. She would meow, and carry on talking and telling us things that she thought we needed to know. Oh, and she had a tremble tail that would just shake with anticipation and joy when she saw us! It would tremble and tremble for minutes!
Yes, we sure do miss Annie.
Luf, Maw and Paw