Friday, February 22, 2013

Rest in Peace, Sweet Little Tavi! You Will Be Missed!

Last Friday my dear little pet sitting client and friend, Tavi, peacefully crossed over Rainbow Bridge at 4:45 pm with her doting father, Rich, by her side. Letting Tavi go was not an easy decision to make but it was a loving decision because at the ripe old age of 18, Tavi's kidneys were failing and because of that she was unable to enjoy doing the things she used to love to do such as wandering in her back yard

and watching birds, squirrels, and butterflies on her back deck.

One of the other things she loved to do was to sit in front of the fireplace and that is exactly what she did one week before her passing with assistance from her worried dad, of course.

I am so happy I had the privilege of being Tavi's friend and pet sitter for six years and I am going to miss her sweetness forever. Rest in peace little girl!


  1. We are so sorry to hear about Tavia. She was beautiful!
    Hugs to her parents.
    stella rose and mags

  2. Sounds like Tavi had a wonderfully full life filled with much love.

  3. We're so very sorry to hear about Tavi. I know she had a wonderful life with her Dad. She will always stay in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.

  4. Rest in Peace dear Tavi. You will always live in the hearts of those who love you.

  5. As a cat-sitter, I understand the sadness in losing a client's cat. We build such wonderful relationships with them. It is always so hard to think you will not see them again. What a beautiful cat she was. A darling cat. Rest in Peace, sweetie.

  6. Peace to Tavi and family. And to you.

  7. Run free over the rainbow bridge Tavi. Paws and hugs to dad. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  8. what a gorgeous cat. We send our deepest sympathy

  9. Awwwww sweet adorable angel Tavi! We send purrs and hugs to her family. Take care

  10. The sweet girl! Our sincere condolences to her family xx

  11. I appreciate all of your kind words of sympathy and I'm sure Tavi's owner appreciates them as well! Sadly, the last time I saw her was in the summer of 2011 right before I moved out of Manchester to Dover. I knew her health was declining then but was in serious denial that she would live forever! As a pet sitter, it is hard to deal with the reality that my pet clients will not live forever but even harder for their two-legged family members to deal with the pain even more so!

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