The Day My Dwarf Cat Died

I got my dwarf kitten about 2 years before it passed away. It was a gorgeous white and grey kitten. I named him Dwarfy because of his dwarfism, of course.

Dwarfy and I had a close relationship. He was my best friend. My boyfriend had given him to me a few weeks before he himself went to heaven. He loved Dwarfy with all his heart. I couldn’t bring myself to give Dwarfy away, so i kept him and he slowly went away.

One night, as I was driving home from a Christmas party, I got an alarming phone call from my cat sitter.

She said something about Dwarfy leaving in hysterically screeching tones. I rushed home and as I arrived, I found my cat sitter sitting eating bon bons next to Dwarfy’s dead dwarf body.

He was gone forever to the heavens. I guess its good for him to be with his father but I miss them both a lot and I just want them back so so much.

I thought I couldn’t make it without them but I did. For weeks I laid about crying wondering what I had done wrong.

My sisters came and slapped me across the face and told me to move on and so I did. I went out and bought a dwarf hamster and I named him “Dwarfy II”, after my wonderful cat dwarfy.

I miss him so much and i shall never forget him! 🙁


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Sep 06, 2010
Strange but true
by: Leah (England)

I’m so sorry about your little kitty. Did you ever find out from your sitter why he was crying? He must have been in pain. Did she hurt him?

I’m so sorry too about your boyfriend.

Please tell us more as I don’t understand the relevance of the bon bons either.

Sep 06, 2010
by: Ruth

I also find this a very strange story but if it is true then I am very sad for you for the loss of your boyfriend and Dwarfy too.
Cats don’t usually die just like that,had he seen a vet ?
Maybe you could come back and tell us a bit more ?
I don’t think slapping a bereaved person’s face is a very good idea, you need time to grieve !
You never get over losing a loved one or a much loved pet but with time you do get used to them not being around.
Take care.

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Sep 06, 2010
by: Michael

Hi, firstly, I am sorry about the loss of your cat. But I find the circumstances of his death extremely strange.

What actually happened? I take your story as genuine and forgive me for thinking that it might not be but there is a sense of unreality about it that makes me question its truth.

I published it because it is strange and if true it says a lot about people.

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