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O’Malley

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Natalia Graf

You left just as sudden as you came into my life. A small bundle, merely a day old. 

Raised by two human mommies ho cared for you deeply.

Bottle feeding, learning how to eat without the need of a full body bath afterwards.

Hiding of hair ties, rings, literally anything he managed to carry in his mouth. 

It was an amazing journey seeing you become a young adult and keeping you out of my drawers.

With bedroom-eyes you used to voice your love to us. 

As MacMalley you had your fights with the toilet paper and left the fighting trails scattered in the bathroom.

My As Aia loved his blanket which he needed in the evenings to nibble on.

There was a time that a bunny was one of your closest playmates. 

Bathwater was an invitation for you to join my bathing sessions, with you once falling into the water. Did not stop you from future participation.

Breakfast bowls your passion if filled with Joghurt. Ending in daily morning joghurt rituals.

Many times I used to call you tenderly Malley or MalMal.

You filled my heart with so much love, it will hopefully last me a lifetime until I can see you again and take you in my arms.

You will be loved and remembered forever.

I miss you deeply.

 

 

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We got you when you were just one day old. Because your biological mommy was gone, you got these two human mommies who cared for you deeply and raised you with the bottle. 

Ginger male kovingly called O’Malley. But far from being a real cat. 

After many years of spending with cats and being a cat owner, you showed me a complete new bond. Every day was filled with the love you gave.

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