Coincidence or not?


Today, a friend of mine in Wealthy Affiliate, Edwin, posted a sad story. His kitten, Kriss, went to heaven. He had been ill for some time.

But at present with the restrictions for the pandemic, he could not get an appointment at the vet. So he asked for help from a lady who has a site about cats. The lady tried to help him but nothing worked.

Eventually, he managed to get to the vet with Kriss. He found that the kitten was suffering from kidney failure. Coincidence or not?


Just yesterday I posted the story of Sera, one of my kittens. Struck by the resemblance between Kriss


and Sera.


Coincidence or not? That’s why I decided to write this article dedicated to those who lost a cat. I know that suffering is great and can not find relief

I had my kitten Jimmy, who suffered from the same disease. I took him to the vet early, but after a week of infusions, twice a day, he went to heaven. My opinion is that this disease is not treated and is lethal.

Maybe you can find relief

Kriss had three more brothers, two of whom died very early, as Edwin said. Now he has only one cat left, Sabrina, out of the 4 brothers he adopted 6 years ago. He also has other cats and dogs. How good he looks to me, Edwin!

In that post, Edwin said that those who have more animals can more easily bear their departure to heaven. I do not agree with that view. I have had many cats over the years. Each was unique. And for every trip to heaven, I suffered enormously. They were family members.

There are books that can help you. Maybe it comforts you in some way. You can try, but I do not guarantee. The loss will make you suffer and the suffering does not pass, at most it fades.

An extra substitute

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I recently discovered a site that states that “We are truly blessed to have had a positive impact on the lives of so many families.” There are several pet products on this site.

But I particularly liked one: you can send a photo with your beloved pet and they also make your pet. The extra animal is very realistic and accurate. The order lasts about 6 weeks because it involves a lot of creativity.

I think if you lost a cat, it could be a relief. You can try.

Also, if you are a cat lover, but stay in a location where pets are not allowed, it is a solution.

If you are away from home for a while, it is great to have your pet with you. Made in plush. This way you will not disturb the taboos of your fur.

They have other products customized. I invite you to visit the site to see with your own eyes. Even if you do not make any buy, it is a very pleasant visit.

Prices are currently between $ 25 and $ 199


Honor to Heavenly pets

It is a unique connection that humans have with their much-loved pets. Pets bring so much joy and happiness into our lives and that should celebrated openly.

They are adorable, faithful and offer unconditional love. Each pet is unique. He makes his mark on our hearts for good. When it disappears from our lives, it simply cannot replace.

But the Petsies did a wonderful thing: help people celebrate the connection between your pet and you. Forever.

By appealing to them, you bring honor to your pet. There are many testimonials on the site from satisfied customers. Read them.


Edwin wrote a sad story. I have a similar story. And a lot of people have it too. The suffering of losing a pet will never go away. At most, it will fade.

It would be a solution to reduce our pain, ordering a plush animal made after a photo of the much loved and lost pet. Thus, we will have the illusion that he is still with us. What is your opinion?

I’m a big cat loving, since the young baby.   My mother was great loving cats, grandmother as well.   My daughter is coming to the end. My daughter loves cats so much that she makes a second faculty: veterinary medicine.   Four generations, what do you think?

You can now learn to communicate directly with your cat.


22 Replies to “Coincidence or not?”

  1. It is always sad when we lose our beloved pets. I am so happy that this company can replicate our lost pet so we can just keep it as a reminder of the good time we spend together. During this pandemic it is hard for everyone to have access to medical places and that includes our pets as well. I feel bad for Edwin, I went through the lost of my cat Sno Sno too, I am going to check this company our and have them make a replica of my Sno Sno. Thanks for sharing your story. 

  2. Hi there, Our four footed friends are so important to us. They are just simply part of the famlity, so when one lose one, it is beyond being comprehendable.

    I feel your pain and it brings back the sad memories if our dogs that we have lost and buried on our property.l

    Wishing you calm and acceptance 

  3. I agree whole heartedly with you. A pet is a truly valuable friend to have they show there appreciation of you in their own unique way. If you are good to them they will be good to you. 

    If you feel you cannot live without your pet then Petsies may well be the solution.

  4. What a great way to honor your lost pet! We are a multi-pet household with dogs and currently also have two cats. They are sisters (a stray pregnant mom endeared herself to us many years ago–she passed a couple of years ago) and are beginning to show their age (they are now 19). We will probably open our home to another cat or two when they are gone, but I like the idea of the memorial pet. 

    I can also see the benefit if an older senior loses a pet–it might help keep the connection for them. My Dad was very attached to his little dog in his senior years and I worried about what would happen if the dog passed first. That didn’t happen (special pup is still with our family today–sadly, Dad is not) but if it had, this might have been a good idea for him, too.

    Thank you for the information and ideas!

  5. I am sorry to hear about your cat Jimmy, my condolences. 

    Well, I guess since pets are not allowed where I live, I would have to try your suggestion about having a cat fabricated instead of a real one. Since I don’t own a cat, I don’t have any pictures. I will have to find pictures of cats that I like and sent that instead so that I could get a cat.

    Thank you for the suggestion,


  6. I’ve lived with cats all my life and I know I couldn’t live without them. They are such great listeners and always know when you need a bit of company. One of our two is getting on now and is a bit thin, we are starting to get a bit worried about him. Maybe this is a service we should look into for him.

  7. Thanks for sharing this interesting post with us today. I’m sorry about what happened to Edwin’s pet and yours too. Ordering a plush animal made after a photo of the much loved and lost pet may serve as a tribute to the pet. But I’m pretty sure it won’t give the illusion of that he is still with us. 

  8. quite an awesome story She Wrote on her  petI could feel the pain she felt cuz I also lost my dog some years back and I really felt it.. it was like I lost a good friend of mine because he was more of a companion to me other than a pet.. thanks for sharing such a story,  my sincere sympathy to her…

  9. Hello dear, thanks for presenting such a great and remarkable article on coincidence or not I think you have a very good article here with the story of greef well told I have to say I really felt your pains kitten Kris’s Is now in heaven with it’s brother may it’s find peace I have already save this website for recommendation and for future reference thanks for sharing such amazing post with us all 

  10. Am sorry Edwin for losing your furry friend to the cold hand of death. Losing a kitty is not a pleasant experience at all. I do weep when I lost my cat to heart muscles disease, after so much medications. It wasn’t a pleasant experience at all, as it was my only furry friend and a close on at that. It took me time to have her replaced. Keep the good work, warm regards

  11. Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry for the loss of Sno Sno. I understand how you feel. Maybe they can make you a plush cat to remind you of him.

  12. Thank you for your comment. And for the wishes. I understand how you feel after losing your dogs.

  13. Thank you for your comment. You’re right: the way you treat your pet, the same way he treats you. And it gives you the love he receives.

  14. Thank you for your comment. I’m glad to hear you have dogs and cats. I wish your cats a long life. (I also love dogs but I love cats more).

  15. Thank you for your comment. And for the condolences. I’m glad I gave you an idea. Too bad you can’t own a cat. But the plush one is also something.

  16. Thank you for your comment. If your cat is not OK, try to get a vet appointment. In cats, diseases evolve rapidly.

  17. Thank you for your comment. Making a plush pet can be a consolation for some people. But somehow, you’re right. It’s not a consolation to me either.

  18. Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry to hear about your loss. I know how you feel, even if it happened a long time ago.

  19. Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry to hear about your loss. I’m glad you finally managed to replace the cat.

  20. helllooo dear, thanks alot for sharing these amazing story  you wrote in your content, i was actually doing some research online when i saw these post, my friend sarah lost her cat some months ago she cried alot cause she was so attach to the cat, i never really understood their bond but i can say based on experience , its very painfull to loose your cat when theres a bond, thanks alot for the info, may their soul rest in peace..

  21. Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry about your friend Sarah who lost her cat. I understand. The connection with the cat can be the most intense connection that a human can have.

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