Amira

On Wednesday 30 January, Amira did her usual jump off the first floor balcony of our flat to go out to hang with the other cats in the neighbourhood.

She never came back.

The realisation that she has gone and will never be back to rub against my legs, sit on my lap, squeesh on my side when I sleep or just drive me insane, has hit me today.

I know a lot of people get exasperated by us cat ladies but hey when you are single and lonely, your pets fill that void. There is nothing better than coming home to be greeted by your cats. They are like our children without the answering back.

I’ve lost one of mine and its awful. Worse than losing the 5 goldfish I had when I was a kid. My parents saw her recently and are sad. It’s like they lost one of their grand kids. They even used to Skype to each other 🙂

Maybe a miracle might happen and she will return but I don’t have much faith.

To my darling princess. I love you and miss you xxxx

Ps: to @mich1mich for finding Amira over 2 years ago when she was a few weeks old. @esperanca for naming her and being her godmother :). To @toffeeprincess, @mita56 and @kangayayaroo for sharing the flyer to find her and you lot who gave your support and love and didn’t call me a silly cat lady. Xx

Update (12 Feb 2013): it seems that Dubai Municipality are taking cats from areas if they are not wearing the DM, tag even if they have a collar on and are microchipped. I have tried to call but not surprisingly, no one is answering. I may try and visit the Khawaneej office but I have been informed that they are euthanising the cats after 3 days of capture. If you are ever in the same situation as me call 04 289 1114  immediately to try and see if DM were doing a capturing program in your area.

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2 thoughts on “Amira

  1. lara dunston says:

    Oh no…. I know that feeling. Many years ago a neighbour kidnapped our cat Claude. We were both devastated. Walked the streets of our suburb for weeks calling his name, put posters on street poles, placed signs on noticeboards. Until one day I thought I actually spotted him in the neighbour’s upstairs window! Soon after he mysteriously returned – only the poor cat seemed like he’d been drugged and it took a long time before he was normal again. But at least we got him back. I hope Amira returns to you – wherever she may be. xx

    • shelo9 says:

      God thats awful. What is wrong with people out there. I have a bad feeling she was taken along with her mates (5 others) as they have all disappeared. Im going to check the DM and Feline Friends this week just in case but not got much hope. Thanks for the wishes babe xx

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