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It’s been 6 months since my cats passed away, and the grief was almost unbearable at times. They always say the hardest part of pet ownership is losing them. That’s an understatement.
I was raised with cats, so believe it or not, I have always gravitated toward cats. Losing my babies made me realize how much I need a cat in my life. Our feline friends own a piece of my heart.
I went to my favorite Arizona shelter when I felt “ready” – Arizona Animal Welfare League (AAWL) to look for a new cat. Summer was kitten season, and I knew I wanted a kitten for a few reasons.
Meesi. Bud. Buddy Pal. Meesa. Meesins. Siamese; these are all nicknames I’ve come up with in the last year of having Leila in my life. I think “Bud” is probably the most used, simply because my baby Siamese has transformed into my serious buddy. She’s my pal. I can’t believe it’s been a year since this girl blessed me with her presence. Over the span of this past year, I’ve come to believe that perhaps Leila was put in my life by way of my heart cat, Edison.
I’ll never forget when I first started hearing about World’s Best Cat Litter™. All of the ads about this environmentally friendly cat litter reeled me in. The concept of a 99% dust-free litter with powerful odor control is extremely attractive to a mom of three rescue cats. I’ve had cats my entire life, and during all of my adult years as a cat mom I’ve struggled to find a litter that truly reduces odor and makes cleaning easier. Well, my friends, I’ve finally found a solution! World’s Best Cat Litter™ Zero Mess™ has changed the cleanup game in my house.
Almost exactly four years ago, my heart cat Edison ran away. I admit that I still haven’t fully gotten over the loss, and I’m not sure I ever will. But last year I finally found myself searching for another cat. I wanted to throw a kitten into the mix so I could raise him or her around my other animals. For a while I contemplated adopting a kitten from AAWL, my favorite animal rescue organization. Then one random Wednesday afternoon I saw a Facebook post from my friend Stephanie. A friend of hers had found a baby Siamese kitten (who had been rescued from a car engine bay) that needed a home. When I saw the photos, I knew she was the one. She was what I had been waiting so long for. Not even five hours later, Leila was home with me, and I fell in love instantly.