Husky, my cat

Today I want to tell you the story of another kitten of mine named Husky. Husky, my cat, was born in the house on August 20, 2001. I lived the block. He had a brother and a sister, Niky and Julie. 


He didn’t live very long with us. After we moved to the house with the yard and the garden, he stayed with us for 7 months. It disappeared in May 2004. In April 2004 I gave him a booster for the vaccine. In my mind, Someone did him harm.

The beginning

He was very sweet when he was born. He looked like a mask with the Husky dog breed. So his name is Husky. It grew like a book. He went through all the stages in normal conditions and at the right time. I loved the whole family Husky, my cat. He was sweet. His mother, Little Jessie, took good care of him. And this without help from us. It’s known that cats are the best mothers in the world. He learned everything a cat needs to know. When he was 3 months old, he was ready for life.


He had a happy childhood. He played with his brothers when he was not busy with the cat affairs (sleeping, eating, washing).

As long as I lived on the block, he didn’t go out of the house. We were very pleased to play with him. He had a favorite game: in the dark, we waved an infrared flashlight. He was at the pinnacle of happiness to follow the light or jump after it. He passed that on to a grandson, Tony. But I tell you about Tony another time.

The photos presented with Husky


Husky, my cat

do not have a very good resolution. But there is one explained: I have no digital photos with him, so now I have taken some classic pictures. I hope I enjoy your understanding.

It was a good kitten that did not cause us any problems. He was loving and caring. Hi’s figure indicates this.

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One of the oldest sciences is numerology.

Pythagoras was the first to highlight the transcendental significance of numbers. At least so they say.

The subject resumed in the Middle Ages.

Nowadays there is a very large material, also available on the Internet. There are several systems and methods of interpretation. I will approach the most used in interpreting the character of the cat. The simplest application is to find a personal number. This accomplished by gathering the figures for the date of birth. We reduce the number to a figure successive.

Thus, Husky

Husky, my cat 

was born on August 20, 2001. His personal figure is 2 + 0 + 0 + 8 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 1 = 13Then 1 + 3 = 4, reduced to a single figure. Personal figure 4 corresponds to a cat full of pragmatism. For her, the world is a huge food warehouse and a hunting ground. She can be won if it provided with consistent food, water, and places to practice their cat talents. The safest way to lose your affection is to cut them off. Otherwise, they manifest their affection. I already had cats. I created all the conditions necessary for harmonious development. I had sisal sharp claws, for play. There were food and water available all the time.

The cat is not too pretentious to be happy. If she has all this and treats her with respect and affection, she is happy and will love you.

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At home

When Husky and his brothers

Husky and bruders

was 2 years old, we moved home. Cats would multiply in our home. I wrote about the movement.

It is certain that in November 2003 we settled in the new home. For cats followed a period of adaptation to the new location. The following winter, the cats, including the Husky, stayed home alone. They had a lot of work to do. Everything was new and the cats are very curious. They inspected every corner.

But spring came and my cats went out into the yard and the garden. For those who have been in the house all the time since they were born, it was something new. They fascinated. Grass, flowers, sun, hunting butterflies. I didn’t catch them in the house anymore except for sleep, food, and litter.

We were so glad we moved to the house when we saw the cats so happy. Some even ventured through the neighbors. Among which is Husky. He disappeared about twice, but in the end, he returned. The disappearances and appearances lasted several months, after which he did not return. For nothing, I searched the whole neighborhood. For nothing, I cried day and night. Husky disappeared without a trace. I suspect a neighbor has hurt him.

Shortly after Husky’s disappearance, we secured the yard. Our cats couldn’t escape. We were sorry because cats like to walk. But their safety was more important. Husky will forever remain in our memory as a loving, loving and kind kitten.

Instead of the end

I wrote this post in Husky’s memory. But not only. I want to be an alarm signal for the safety of your cat. And I want you to get to know your cat better, to give him a happy life. I will post soon about numerology in interpreting the character of  cat.

 Don’t hesitate to leave a comment if you liked my article.

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


18 Replies to “Husky, my cat”

  1. Wow, This article is so interesting and touching. Even I feel like crying for reason that you lost Husky 😭😭😭😭😭

    A cat is the best pet to keep at home. It’s so loving.

    I have bookmarked this page so that I can come again to read.

    Thank you for sharing such touching story. 

  2. First, I am so sorry you lost your cat.  It’s not an easy thing to go through, as they become like part of your family.

    I, too, am definitely a cat person.  I’ve had my share of sadness because of them, but a great deal more joy.  I’ve been fortunate enough to live in a rural area most of the time, so have let my cats out regularly.  I do establish hours…they can go out after breakfast and have to come in at 4:00 for dinner.  This schedule works pretty well, as they are not out after dark, when there are more dangers. 

    Writing about your cat is a great way to preserve your memories.  I wrote a book about my last cat, Carlos, because he was so exceptional.  It feels good to know that his story will always be around.  Nice that you are doing a website, as it should give you and your readers a great deal of pleasure.

  3. Hi Fran

    Thanks a lot for the comment. You do indeed have sadness from cats, but it gives you much more joy. Congratulations for the book.

    With my site, I want to help cat lovers not to make the mistakes I made. Last but not least, I want to pay tribute, especially  the cats I lost.

    All the best to you


  4. Hi Carmen! I really liked to read Husky’s story. We get so attached to our dear little friends that when we don’t have them any more, it constitutes a huge loss. Thanks for sharing this story. I also liked to hear about the four generations in your family that are cat lovers. Cool that your daughter has also made a second faculty: veterinary medicine.

  5. What a sad story. It is always heartbreaking to lose a much loved pet and it’s even worse when they disappear and you are never really sure what actually happened to them. 

    My friends cat disappeared two weeks ago and after much searching she found him under a bush a few blocks from where she lived with a broken leg and crushed ribs. It seems a car knocked him over. Miraculously he survived and is now being nursed back to health after two operations. My friend was heart broken but very thankful she found him when she did. 

    Hope you never have to experience another loss like you did with Husky. 

  6. How adorable that his name is husky. His name reminds me of my husky, Shiro. As for my cat his name is Sno Sno. I will make sure to secure my yard as well. My Sno Sno likes to do his business in my backyard and most of the time my Shiro accompanies him. He usually cries to let me know that he is ready to come in. Thank god he never disappears on me yet. I will make sure to secure my yard as well. I am sorry that Husky is gone. 

  7. Thanks for your post and sharing your cat’s, Husky, story with us. 

    From your writing, I know that you are a very caring person to your dear Husky. I love all Husky’s pictures. She was so cute and I sincerely wish that she still live happily somewhere. Her numerology also indicates that she is living somewhere happily.

    It is kind of you raising the issues of the safety of your cat, and may be the the animal in general. We all need to have measures to protect our animals to ensure their safety all the time.

  8. I first want to say that I am so sorry to hear that you lost Husky. I would hate to agree with you, but I think something bad happened. Cats are quite smart and if they should disappear they know how to get back home. But I am sure your cats really loved having a yard they could run around in and explore all areas of the garden.

    I never had cats of my own, in my family we had dogs. However my girlfriend has cats and I really like them better than dogs. They are more independent, can stay cleaner, and easier to cuddle with. I also like using an infrared laser pointer to play with her cats in a dark room. Cats can be so entertaining, which is another reason why I like them.

    I have never heard of determining a cat’s character through numerology. I have often used numerology for my own personal decisions and determining my lucky number which is 8. Is there a chart that tells us cat lovers what kind of character traits apply to a certain number between 1 and 9?

  9. I certainly hope Husky wasn’t hurt by a neighbor. Perhaps someone took him and kept him. That would make me feel better because the thought of someone hurting a cat makes me upset. My cat Pebbles got out last winter and it was freezing outside. I looked everywhere for days. I was beside myself. I even put her cat box outside. She finally came home 2 weeks later. She was very scared and skinny but after a week she was back to her normal self. 

  10. Oh yeah, I can definitely relate to the last part of the video – domestic cats hate water. The funny thing is my cat would follow me into the bathroom, check out the shower, smell the body wash and even territory mark the corners. But the moment I turn the shower on, she would freak out and dash for her life. Likewise, she hates the rain too. 

  11. Hi Henry

    Thanks a lot for the comment and for the appreciation of my daughter.

    I’m proud of her. Yes, when you lose a cat, it feels like something is breaking in your soul, especially when you don’t know what happened.

    All the best to you.

  12. Hi Michel

    Thank you for your comment. I’m sorry about your friend’s cat, but I’m so glad she’s back home and healthy. As for the loss of an animal, especially when you don’t know what happened, it is a great pain for the soul.

    All the best to you.

  13. Hi Nuttanee

    Thank you for your comment. Obviously it is better to secure your yard, so that you can remain calm about Shiro and Sno Sno.

    All the best to 

  14. Hi Anthony

    Thank you for your comment. Husky, if it doesn’t live somewhere on earth, it sure is in the cats heaven.
    All the best tou you

  15. Hi Robert

    Thank you for your comment. I have dogs, but I love cats more for their independent nature. Looks like me lol. It exists for determining the character of a cat, numerology. I’ll be posting about this soon. But you must know the date of birth of the cat.

    As for Husky, he was smart. Hunting, but always returning home. And I think something bad happened to him.

    All the best to 

  16. Hi Wendy

    Thank you for your comment. I’m glad your cat came home. It is a very painful pain when the cat does not come home and you do not know what happened.

    All the best to 

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