Easy’s Heading Home

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Easy is heading home today and we are going to help light our friend’s way home.  As members of Blogville, we salute you Easy and shall never forget you and your antics.    Please go to The Lone Star Cats and see the others guiding Easy home.                                                                  shoko-and-easy-thanksEasy and flat me giving thanks for  a happy visits-up-a-treeLooks like Easy and flat me exchanged mews and woofs and are ticked with each other but not really.  Easy was wondering if he should run or go tinkles…..big decision.

Still Kali and my favourite picture is Easy arriving at my 7th birthday party.

easys-tunnelThis picture will always be the fun and playful Easy to us.  Our love for Easy will live on in our hearts.

Till we meet again my dear friend.  May our candle plus the others in Blogville light your way home.                                                                          candle

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31 thoughts on “Easy’s Heading Home

    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      You know Angel Sammy….I think we were privileged to know him and his mom. The same as we have been so privledged to know you and your mom. You made a terrific pair and continue to do so.

      Shoko and Kali and mom too

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  1. angelswhisper2011

    We’re having a smile on our face and a tear in our eyes. He was very special and you made such a beautiful post for him to guide him home ❤ I think Easy is smile from the Bridge to you two, Shoko and Kali. Soft Pawkisses to you all ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Dragonheart, Merlin and Devi

    We are sorry to hear about your friend, Easy. What a lovely tribute. To answer your question on our blog: we are in Ontario.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Ontario…what a lovely province. Mom lived in Ottawa, Kingston and Newmarket when she was growing up. Grampa was in the army and they moved about every two years. She says the changing leaves in the fall were fantabulous. The different shades of red, golds and orange are to be seen to be believed. We have shades of yellow and that’s about it. None of the trees that turn red in fall.
      Shoko

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  3. Nylabluesmum

    Mee-you mee did do a bloggie post fur EASY all so…..
    Mee had to help guife mee mentor home. It has been such a sad year….
    No more 4 leggedss goin to Pure Land!!!
    Love you Kali an Shoko ❤ ❤
    Yur Cuss-inn Dharth Henry =^,.^=

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  4. Irene

    The YD171 was one of three cranes built by Germany during WWII. One was destroyed in the war, the second one, the British tried towing across the English Channel and it sunk, and the third was towed out of the Metaedrranein, across the Atlantic, through the Panama canal( scraping both sides) up to Long Beach CA, where it has reamined until this day. My father, William Sawyer Hanson of Weymouth and Whitman Massachusetts was the last living crew member on the US ship that towed it that full distance and I have pictures of it, from when he and my mother visited Long Beach in the 1980′s

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We love mewing with you my friend so pull up a cushion and let's chatter like the squirrels.

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