Lost my Cat Circe, Videos to Remember Her   February 22nd, 2020

I lost my sweet kitty Circe to cancer in January of 2020 and I wanted to collect a few video clips in memory of her, as well as my other cat Ziggy.

Here’s a clip from 2017 with her stuffed turkey. It was a toy she had since she was little and came with her from the breeder. It was one of those stuffed birds which used to make noise (the battery long stopped working) and she had imprinted it on it long ago.

It was a toy she took as her own and would carry it around in her mouth and meow for a several minutes while she carried it. I could never figure out if it was a pet or prey for her. If I left clothes on the floor, she would sometimes make a little nest with them and put the turkey in there.

Egyptian Maus have such cute personality quirks and Circe’s “turkey time” was always so funny to watch. I made sure to have the turkey cremated with it, so she could have it with her on the final journey.

Here’s a clip from 2019 where the two of them are done being patient waiting for breakfast and they’re letting me know it. Circe could get especially vocal.

Circe was the more vocal of the two. Ziggy would occasionally give me a little peep or chirp of a meow, but with Circe gone, he has become more vocal, chirping at me more often. It is quite cute.

He seems to be dealing with her passing okay, and has settled into being a solo cat. He was always snuggly and has gotten a little more so.

Circe and Ziggy are both silver-furred variants of Egyptian Maus and look like little snow leopards.

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March 3rd, 2020 at 3:47 pm
redhusky Says:

Sorry for you loss. It’s hard to lose a pet. I remember when my Black Lab Sheba died. It was very tough.

March 4th, 2020 at 4:36 am
Will Says:

Thank you for your condolences. It is very hard, pets leave such big holes in our lives and our hearts.

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