I’m having a hard time writing about this and telling the story of Moonie over and over again, so I’ll let this little video tribute I made speak for itself.
In short, Moonie was a beautiful cat who came into our lives a couple of months ago. She was doing just fine until last week, when she suddenly fell ill. She passed away on Sunday. It’s a devastating loss and I’ll have to take the week off from my blog, but I wanted to leave you with this, while I’m trying to cope.
I originally did a tribute with the Queen song “All Dead, All Dead” playing in the background, but because of YouTube’s copyright restrictions, this royalty free music will have to do. I picked “All Dead, All Dead” because it was about losing a cat and I found it so relatable. You can always mute it and play “All Dead, All Dead” in the background if you’d like.
Shout out to my good friend and Topaz level Patron, Patrick.
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