My sister and her hubby went away for a vacation to South Australia. She flew over to attend her good friend's birthday bash, whom she met when she was studying at the Norwood High School in Adelaide, South Australia. I don't think the stingy me, could ever fork out air tickets just to attend my Korean & Japanese room mates' birthday parties. Ha ha!
Anyway, my sister deserved a complete change of environment, to get over her recent loss, sadness and depression that was killing her brains.
My wife and I went over to babysit the English cat like how I had always done. Look!! There is just one cat left sadly. The other cat had died a tragic death unexpectedly! My sister and hubby were devastated to mourn that the other English cat had gone to Rainbow Bridge. I really do not think that cats have 9 lives. Do you??
This is how it happened exactly. I am sharing the actual photo from the kitchen's balcony where the English cat named Misty was believed to have sneaked out and tip toed over to neighbour's unit, but plunged down below instead! My head was reeling some nonsense whether this cat had committed suicide but Misty was a happy and pampered pet. She had only 1 life and will be greatly missed.
Squish!! The cat fell flat onto the ground one Friday and the blood splashed all over the walls below. The gardeners quickly removed the carcass but not the blood stains. My sister only learnt about it 3 days later after the frantic search, and heard from the gardeners who threw away her precious pet into the huge DBKL container dustbins. Bye bye!...
May Misty the English cat rest in Eternal Peace at the Rainbow Bridge.
Born: Reading, England - United Kingdom.
Departed March 2018: Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.