She looks like she was a real sweetheart. You WILL be together again someday.
Aww, What a precious kitty and Reese is right! Yall will be together again! I lost 2 of my precious tuxedosm Domino when he was 11, I think from brain & Peanut when she was 20from liver failure. Such sweet souls will never be forgotten or lost!Linda:)
She's pretty. And they don't ever get forgotten.
Asti looks like she was a wonderful cat! One of our Rainbow Bridge cats, Fletcher (he died in 2006) was the smartest cat I've ever known too. He set the bar very high for feline intelligence, and we still miss him (especially when it comes to giving guidance to the other cats around here!) I hope I'll get to see him again someday.
I'm sure you have the fondest memories of her.
That is very sad and we send you purrs.
I have sweet memories of all ofmy kitties that have gone to thebridge. Purrs to Asti and you from all of us.
Asti wuz a very beautiful tabby kitty! She must be who your blog wuz originally named for.Whitey iz enjoying mai Whitey Hairy Blanket! There iz a photo on today's blog post! Whitey loves it a lot. Thank you so much, Peggy!
Awww, she was a very purrty kitty and I bets you luvs her lots! Momma lost her first kitty last year to what started as kidney failure but she hads cancer to. She lives in your heart!Momma gots your lovely email and I is so happy to comes meets you all! Those Plague Ratsies are made in da UK by a very nice lady named Sally Pointer. She puts Valerian root in em and makes em irresistible! I adds you to my cats who blog list!Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrs
That's such a lovely picture of Asti, and she is indeed beautiful! I love the white accent on her nose, and her pristine white feet. I'll be she had a marvelous purrsonality as well. It's all in the eyes!
Asti must have had a terrific life with you, and you will always have many good memories if her.
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