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            #6
            I adore both cats and dogs. But cats literally know the hour of their deaths, and I have personal experience to confirm this.

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            • PacificDude
              PacificDude commented
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              I believe you. Cats have the amazing ability to see things most people cannot see.

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            My cat came into my room the night she died, and just stared at me. I was home for a while, but had been gone for many years.

            Still, I was the one who appreciated her. I was home, and she just stared at me.

            I laughed at her and did the mindless bullshit I was doing (trust me, it was cheap,) and she just stared.

            In the night, she started running in her sleep. I laughed.

            In the morning, she was dead.

            I'll never outlive the guilt until she forgives me.

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              #8
              I owe my pets a penance. Not people, though.

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                I had been gone for years, and she came to me. The one who lied awake at night with my arm raised under the covers to make her a cave. And what did I do? I laughed at her for staring at me, and continued on to my jack-offery.

                And she died. That's too much utter garbage for there not to be some redemption. Life isn't just utter garbage.

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                    Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
                    I owe my pets a penance. Not people, though.
                    Hey Neon, we cannot predict the last time we will see a pet or person alive, so I wouldn't judge myself so harshly. I'm sure there were plenty of times you were good to your cat, and she was grateful to you for that big time. Also, I don't believe in Karma or penance (not sure what your faith/religion might be?) even though I was raised Catholic and now consider myself a Buddhist. Just keep in mind that for every bad thing you regret doing in life, there's also good things - and hold fast to that as best you can. I bet you will cross paths with your cat again :-)

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