>tfw my cat who had since I was 7 years old died just today at the age of 16
>he was the best cat I ever had
>my cat (should have a comma here) who (i) had since i 7 years old (comma) just died today at the age of 16.
>the cat is 16
>OP is 23-24
also, OP lrn2grammar, it makes a fucking difference
>help uncle Jack off a horse
>help uncle jack off a horse
my cat is 14.
he's had this tictac-sized growth/tumor on his whisker follicle for over a year. it occasionally bleeds.
judging by some things i read online, i think it's likely cancer.
i'm too poor to go to a vet and get it checked out.
I tear up every time I hear about a cat dying. I'll probably die if one of mine dies.
Stay strong bro.
I'm feelin' for you OP. I'm sorry for your loss.
Since OP's cat is dead he technically doesn't have the cat anymore so that really should read;
>My cat, whom I had had since the I was the age of 7, died today at the age of 16.
I feel you anon. My cat died last Christmas and I had him for ages, he slowly got skinnier and stopped eating until it was too late for anything but a painless death. However much it hurts now it will stop hurting, and all your happy memories with him will convince you to get another cat. Rip anon's cat.
We took ours to the vet about 2 days ago and the vet told us his kidneys were failing. We knew something was wrong cuz he lost a lot of weight the months prior to this. He was so light any bump could knock him of balance. He was a great friend.
I'm sorry to hear that anon, I'm siting here with my 15 year old cat sleeping on my left arm.
but hard to see because this nigger won't move and I only have one arm and my webcam available.
found my camera behind the screen.
dunno what I would do if woke up and found him dead one day.
I already lost her sister 3 weeks ago, but thank god I never found her dead, she just never came back one day and I assume she is dead but I'm kinda ok with it.
The same thing happened with my fella. he was sixteen when he died.
He started drinking from everything he could find, his 'thirst regulator' went nuts...
we took him to the vet- it was kidney failure.
The vet said- you could take him home and give him intensive care, etc, but the kindest thing to do....
he's buried under an ash tree in our garden. I miss him.
I know how you feel anon I lost my cat the February before last, had to bury her in the snow, was crying for what seemed like fucking ages, to make matters worse I still have the cat I had since I was 10 here in my room, I know it's only a matter of time before I have to bury him as well.