It's me, Finny! I'm reporting from the other side at the Rainbow Bridge. I can't believe I moved in here on May 7th last year. Mom had a sappy tribute post all planned, but I hate seeing her sad and well, there's no need for all that anyway.
Things are great for me over here. I wish so many of my friends from the Cat Blogosphere didn't join me, but we all have a nice time together... napping, playing and plotting.
I'm able to run things over here as I see fit, and by guiding the boys, I can still have a paw in running things down at Casa De Housecat too. I can even send Mom messages in dreams too.
Of course I miss her and Dad terribly, but I feel their love for me everyday. I miss being able to have direct impact on things there, but my training of the boys is coming along nicely.
Quill is a bit of a goody four-paws, but who doesn't love the big lug! I knew he would be just the kitty to help my parents overcome missing me so much. They thought they wanted a girl like me, but instead I sent them a boy like him. Heh, heh. Always keep em guessing I say.
When I saw how lenient Quill was with Mom I knew I needed to send him a partner in crime. I mean Mom was sleeping in till almost eight on a Sunday! Humans don't wake themselves and books/scripts don't write themselves either. I knew I needed somecat with a firm paw.
I sent Mom the vision of two big kitties curled up in bed in a dream and waited for it to take hold. One was Quill and the other looked just like Greyson. At first they looked for a girl kitty, but luckily Mom recognized Greyson as soon as she saw the lousy picture of the top of his head on Petfinder. I was so proud of her for figuring it out.
The little one has some real cattitude and I have high hopes for him.
He's already pestering me for the email addresses of the elements.
A year later and everything is different, but Casa De Housecat is still filled with love and purrs. I am still adored and cherished and running things. I even feel like I have more power and influence now.
Yes, afterlife is good.
Take care friends!
Finny De Floof