Last week we said goodbye to our cat, Jesus. Now, some of the (very few) weird communications I’ve had over the years on this blog have related to the name of our long-lived and much beloved feline and all I can say to those who find themselves troubled by his moniker is that there is nothing inherently wrong (and certainly nothing disrespectful) with Jesus as a name, just as there was nothing wrong with Jesus, the cat. Jesus was 19. This is a long time to share one’s life with an animal.

He was Tom’s cat, when I met Tom.

A determinedly outdoor animal, Jesus lived out the majority of his years with Tom and I, in different cities. He was a particularly canny cat: he avoided roads and cars, saw off countless local feline interlopers, and devised his own unique way in and out of our first floor Edinburgh flat via a plum tree and the bathroom window.


(those are knitted mice, not real ones)

Jesus was resourceful and resilient. He once went missing for over a fortnight while on holiday at Tom’s mums, in St Annes. When a neighbour finally responded to our “have you seen Jesus?” flyers, he was reluctantly captured in a nearby garden. Later, he disappeared about a month before our move from Edinburgh (perhaps he didn’t want to leave). Tom had despaired of ever finding him, but through a chance encounter we discovered Jesus, happily being fed full cooked breakfasts by a neighbour who had renamed him “Fatso” and refused (at first) to believe that he belonged to us (Tom had to provide photographic evidence before she’d give him up).

Jesus was more than ordinarily interactive. He was one of the only cats I know who a had a trick that he would perform on command (waving back at you, like a Chinese lucky cat, if you performed the same gesture). It’s hard to know with cats, but I also suspect that Jesus had a sense of humour. Certainly he tolerated ours.

Jesus was remarkably hale and hearty. Over the course of his long life, he never suffered a single serious health problem – until his final months.

Goodbye, Jesus. Here’s to your long and happy life.

148 thoughts on “feline farewell

  1. So sorry to hear about Jesus. What a wonderfully special kitty he was. Cats, especially special cats, are, well – special. They fill our hearts with love and affection, and then in a whisker’s turn, become independent. (I call that being given the cold whisker.) He is an angel now, looking out for you.

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  2. He certainly was a beautiful kitty. I’m curious as to why you named him Jesus. I love cats, and we have one named Chessie. She’s 16 and still acts very much like a kitten. Hopefully, she will live at least as long as Jesus and still do so well.

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  3. Kate, my sympathies to you and Tom for your loss. As an animal lover, and cat/dog owner, I know it can be hard when you lose one that you loved. Surely he is now wherever good cats go when they die, and playing with my long gone but much beloved Mr. Pee Wee.

    And I have to say that I snorted Coca Cola out of my nose when I read about your “Have You Seen Jesus?” poster. I’m QUITE sure that caused a few heads to turn.

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  4. It is never easy to lose a pet.We have shared our lives with two cats who lived to the age of 19, a ripe old age for a life well lived, but a hard parting none the less. I am glad you have such wonderful memories and photos to keep his memory alive.

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  5. Jesus sounds like a real character who will be remembered with love and affection for many years. His part moustache reminds me of my cat Angus who still acts as my Ravatar despite being gone for a couple of years. He also lived a good long time. Our cats were loved and are missed. Hugs

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  6. 19 is a very good amount of time to have with a feline friend; we’ve only ever managed 13 years, though I’m hoping for longer with Star and Ray (of sunshine). Jesus did well and I’m sorry he had to leave, it’s a hard time when you have to say goodbye to a family member. I’ve done it 3 times now, RIP Jesus, Chloe, Dennis the Menace and Smokey.

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  7. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’ve enjoyed seeing Jesus pop up here and there on the blog over the years. What a beautiful and interesting cat.

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  8. I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s sounds like Jesus had a full and rewarding life. He was a beautiful cat (and I have always felt that cats have a very strong sense of humor).

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  9. Love everything about this Kate. So glad you were blessed with a cat like Jesus. What a character- he’s a beautiful green eyed tabby. I know he’s no longer with you in life, but he’s certainly never going to leave your hearts. Oh the anxiety wandering kittens create. Bless them, bless him and bless You xoxo

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  10. You were truly blessed with such a wonderful kitty and in return he was blessed with such a beautiful family. Keep him in your ❤

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  11. Beautiful. Rest easy, Jesus, it sounds like you had a fabulous life. So sorry for your loss Kate, Tom, and Bruce. I know how impactful a cat can be on a household, and it is very strange when they are gone. <3

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  12. What a gorgeous kitty. and a remarkable individual. I’m glad he shared your lives and brought his own special brand of joy.

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  13. Jesus seems like such a special guy. He looks (and sounds!) just like our cat Tampopo who passed away a few years ago, and he was just 5. Clever and sweet. Although you’ll miss Jesus so much (always an understatement…cat love is so special), you are lucky to have spent so much time with him, and made so many years of memories together. Sending love.

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  14. I’m so sad to hear of the loss of your fur baby Jesus. I think it was a wonderful name, my dear friend in Vermont has a cat named Baby Jesus, an the cat I recently lost was named Three. Here’s to wild and wonderful fur babies! Give Bruce some extra love, I’m sure he will miss his brother

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  15. I am so sorry for your loss but so happy that he lived a great happy healthy long life! It’s never easy to say goodbye though. :(

    Just a couple of weeks ago we had to say goodbye to our sweet old Persian cat:

    He was almost 18 years old so I know it was his time but we still miss him, he really was more of a live teddy bear instead of just a cat. I am so happy he lived with us his entire life.

    Aren’t we blessed to share our lives with furry friends? They bring so much joy, cuddles and comfort to a home.

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  16. Grief is the price we pay for love. It is an act of love and beautiful.
    I loved reading his story and seeing his photos. Thank you for sharing it.

    Also, I will spend many happy hours thinking of other signs you could have put up when he got lost “young couple looking for Jesus”. “Have you found Jesus?” “Is Jesus in your heart? If so, please send him home.” Etc. hours and hours of fun for me.

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  17. Oh I know how awful it feels, but also how glad you are that he is not suffering. Take care, all of you. Everyone at our house (furry and otherwise) will say a special prayer for Jesus and for all of you.

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  18. What a marvelous life Jesus had with you! I was just thinking about him not that long ago. I’m so sorry for your loss, he seems like he was an extraordinary cat. It’s wonderful you have so many great pictures of him, including that gem with Tom! xo

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  19. So sorry to hear of your loss, a beautiful cat we lost our Westie last year and it still seems like he is still here, always getting in to mischief sounds like your Jesus was the same they will always be remembered Hugs x

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  20. i was a fan from the moment i learned he came into and out of your apartment in edinburgh via the tree. i missed the cooked breakfast story.
    jesus, you were a lovely boy. it was a pleasure to know you. amor manet. love remains.

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  21. You gave Hesus a great earthly life. Comfort yourself with the knowledge he surely now being patted while in the lap of his namesake – and eating his full of a heavenly cooked breakfast.

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  22. I am so sorry for your loss. I’ve enjoyed hearing about your pets as much as your knitting. I hope you will tell us some more Jesus stories!

    Hugs and warm thoughts
    Alicia

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  23. I’m so sorry for your heartache! It certainly seems like your wonderful memories of Jesus have eased the pain of your grief. He was a very handsome and resourceful feline!

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  24. Dear Kate and Tom,
    So, so sorry for your loss. ❤ Thanks for sharing this beautiful eulogy for Jesus. I hope you’ve had some time to remember him, to go out and avoid roads and cars and wave your paws for luck in Jesus’ name. I hope Bruce is consolable, or that you’ve managed to get him some extra potatoes to alleviate his sudden loneliness. Wishing you all the best,

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  25. I’m so sorry to read about the loss of Jesus! What a lovely life story you’ve written, though. As it happens, I have always thought Jesus was a great name. Years ago, long before the Sneaky Pie Brown cat mystery series, its author Rita Mae Brown had a cat named Sweet Baby Jesus. Related to this: we have had occasion to medicate our cat (Ellie.) In order to do this we roll her up in a towel, so that she resembles the swaddled baby Jesus in the manger, or a burrito. So I call the maneuver “Sweet Baby Jesus Burrito.” I mostly remember your Jesus’ misadventures–going AWOL just before your move from Edinburgh, and I think a period of adjustment at your current abode. (Maybe that’s when he took his two week vacation at Tom’s mother’s house?)

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  26. Please accept my and The Cat Shimmer’s condolences on your loss. What a long and wonderful life Jesus had with you and Tom. Shimmer too is an indoor-outdoor cat. He started as a feral kitten but decided to compromise after a near-death experience. Shimmer is a mere 14 years old and still crosses the ravine to obtain treats from the denizens of a local cafe.

    Anyone questioning Jesus’ name has, in addition to other probable limitations in their worldview, no awareness that in some cultures humans are named Jesus. (Shim adds he has yet to meet a human named Shimmer.)

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  27. We are saying goodbye to our little Lucy Lockett today. Only ten years old but very sick with some form of leukaemia. She has had a favourite for breakfast, tuna, and plenty of treats. I will light a candle for her later today.

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  28. Tom and Kate: I’m so sorry for your loss of Jesus. I’ve enjoyed reading of his adventures on Kate’s blog. When my husband and I first moved in together not only did I “inherit” Kevin’s stuff but also his two cats. I loved those cats as if they were my own children and, when they passed, I really was inconsolable. Our fur babies add so much to our lives. I will keep you in my thoughts.

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  29. Dear Tom, I address this to you of your primary relationship with Jesus. I share your pain of loss of a feline. In the early days you used to include pictures of him, but not for long. I asked about him but don’t recall a reply. It is not easy getting cats to cooperate in photographic attempts. Then, the one really good one becomes too personal to share. How lucky for him not to have had any lingering illnesses during his long life. I do hope the end was painless. He is now in heaven sitting on the lap of an angel. Your pain will lessen with time. I have a black cat, Charley. -Goldie

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  30. Dear Kate and Tom,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. I liked reading about him. What a remarkable cat. How he managed to get into your flat from a plum tree. I often thought what he was doing because he wasn’t on the blog for a long time. Sending lots of love and hugs.

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  31. Losing a pet is losing a member of your family. We have to go through the grieving process, however long that may take. Sharing pictures, talking are all therapeutic. My thoughts are with you.x

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  32. So sorry about your old friend Jesus. I always had a liking for him, and for a while years and years ago, I nicked the picture of him determinedly leaping from the plumtree to be my desktop background on the computer. He hadn’t featured in the blog for a while, so I always wondered how he was, and pleased to learn that he was carrying on his long happy life, even if temporarily with other people.

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  33. Thank you this beautiful story of Jesus. As a devoted cat lover and someone fortunate enough to share my life with many truly special feline friends I sympathize with your loss and feel very happy for you both that you had Jesus in your lives as long as you did.
    Julie

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  34. Kate, Tom, Bruce…I send my deepest condolences and hugs to all of you. It is hard to say goodbye a splendid kitty like Jesus. I fondly recall those early pictures of him leaping into your apartment from the plum tree — what a character!

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  35. I’ve always loved reading about your Jesus. He brings to mind all the wonderful cats that I’ve been lucky enough to have in my own life, many of them also as long-lived, all of them grand characters.

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  36. So very sorry for your loss. Jesus seems like a particularly cool cat, and very handsome too. You wrote one hell of an obituary for him. Made me tear up and laugh at the same time (which, in my book, is exactly what a good obituary should do, unless the deceased had no sense of humor whatsoever). Something that confuses me, though: “Jesus” is seen as potentially disrespectfull, while “Fatso” is deemed acceptable as a name? Weird.

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  37. I’ m sorry for your loss. It’s hard to lose a family member, furry or otherwise. He was a gorgeous boy & looks like was a joy to have underfoot.

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  38. But…how did he come by the name Jesus? Inquiring minds want to know! It is always sad to lose a companion, but how lucky to have had him so long and so healthy.

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  39. I am so sorry for your loss. Jesus was a wonderful name for him and he looks like a serene little beast. I feel your pain. I lost my husband, my 17 year old dog AND cat within 18 months. I luckily had another dog who helped heal the wounds. You have Bruce who will comfort you.

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  40. Sad to hear of the loss your Jesus . Thinking of you Kate, Tom and Bruce. They leave huge pawprints in our lives which stay forever.
    Understand your sorrow, my soulmate Mollydog died on 4th March, spleen cancer rarely shows before collapse.

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  41. I am so sorry, Kate and Tom. I know you must be missing Jesus terribly — our pets leave such a huge hole in our hearts when they leave us. I have also lived with cats who had very long lives, and it seems like they will never leave us, which makes it an even bigger shock when they do. Thank you for the lovely, loving tribute to a cat who lived life well!

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  42. Oh my! Did this make me cry! My beautiful cat, Piccadilly died after 22 years as my companion. He had a brother, Fortnum who died with cancer aged 16 and looked very like Jesus. But Piccadilly was jet black. We lived variously in Primrose Hill – where he was le grand boulvardier and then in Sussex where both became hunter/gatherers – sorry it is in their nature – and finally in an apartment in South London.
    I feel for you all, what a sad loss.

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  43. It’s hard to say goodbye to a longtime feline companion, but your tribute to him here is a fitting salute! Hopefully Bruce will pick up the emotional slack. He seems more than capable of it.

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  44. Jesus was a gorgeous boy, and clearly deservedly well loved. I’m so sorry for your and Tom’s loss.

    (True story: I know someone who inherited a cat named Jesus (pronounced HEY-sus) from a roommate who moved out. Her Jesus had a feline foe who lived down the street. Battles with said foe cost my friend much money in veterinary bills. That cat’s name? Satan. [I swear, I am NOT making this up!])

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  45. “I cannot keep your waves,”
    says the bank to the river.
    “Let me keep your footprints
    in my heart.”
    ~ Rabindranath Tagore
    From “Stray Birds”, CCII,
    Collected Poems & Plays of
    Rabindranath Tagore

    Oh, I am so sad to hear that you will no longer be sharing escapades & adventures with your beloved Jesus. I certainly have enjoyed hearing about him & I know you & Tom will miss him dearly. I highly recommend listening to Anouar Brahem’s 2002 CD: Le pas du chat noir. It is very soothing & serene music.
    Condolences & hugs to you & Tom & Bruce & all who knew & loved Jesus. 😻

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  46. I was walking with my cairn Pooka in Central Park in New York City and he got his face in something nasty, so I bawled out “Jesus Pooka” and a guy turned around and said, “Oh hi, haven’t seen you in a while.” ( I didn’t explain…)Sorry that Jesus the cat went on his way after a good life.

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  47. Oh Kate! I’m so sorry to read this. I will always remember him asking to come in through the door, and then not coming in. :D Sending all good wishes as you all adjust to him being gone. xxx

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  48. I loved Jesus the cat immensely if vicariously and am really sorry for yours and Tom’s loss. I’m also glad that this magnificent fuzzy feline had such a long and illustrious life, and that he was so well-loved. I remember over-keenly attempting to befriend Jesus on a visit to you in Edinburgh, during which he regarded me shiftily from his plum-tree perch. He was a wonderful cat and this tribute to him is very moving. Big hugs x

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  49. I’m very sorry for you loss. Jesus was loved and had a wonderful life. That’s all we can hope for ourselves and our pets. Lovely memorial, beautiful photos. He was a handsome guy. God speed Jesus

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  50. Thank you for sharing the outpouring of your kind heart, eloquently as always. We are so fortunate to be your knitterly confidantes, supportive of one another as stitches together!

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  51. You posted a sweet memorial to a dear cat, very nice to read. He is in heaven with all the other cat Angels. Jesus in Spanish is pronounced Hayseus, so if anyone is put off by the English pronunciation, they can always go with the Spanish one.

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    1. Recently I had to say goodbye to my dog Jezebel. She was the first dog in my life that was just mine. She was so sweet. I used to get “the side eye” about her name too. I considered that someone else’s problem. Jesus sounded like he lived up to his namesake and that is pretty good.

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  52. Beautiful tribute and photos Kate to a beautiful kitty who was lucky indeed that you were his parents. What a gorgeous happy life he led :) Sorry that you will all miss him xx

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  53. As Pet Parents you and Tom are fortunate to have such wonderful pets. We will all miss hearing about Jesus’ escapades and I’m sure Bruce will miss him too. So sorry for your loss.

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  54. Kate and Tom, my condolences! I’m sure you know the 18th-century poem “For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry,” by Christopher Smart, which is a eulogy full of beautiful and idiosyncratic remembrances of Jeoffry that are not dissimilar to your tales of Jesus. He writes, “For at the first glance of the glory of God in the East he worships in his way. / For is this done by wreathing his body seven times round with elegant quickness.” And, “For when he takes his prey he plays with it to give it chance. / For one mouse in seven escapes by his dallying.”
    Just in case you’re not familiar with it I’ll link to an excellent post about it from the lovely Spitalfields Life blog: http://spitalfieldslife.com/2013/11/10/for-i-will-consider-my-cat-jeoffrey/.

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    1. Preciousmettle, Rather fantastic poem, thank you. Hello Kate and Tom, you were excellent humans to your charming feline companion. Heretically, my personal spiritual view is that we Too may be fortunate enough to come round again as a loved, but fiercely independent quadruped in this rather fascinating wheel, and learn much.

      Blessed be.

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    My dear Wifi cat with me to say Good bye to Jesus ! There is a paradise for the cats, even when they are so close to the divinity! !
    Brigitte

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  56. So sorry for your loss. He was lucky to have you both to care for him. My Izzy is 21 and a half and I know I’ll face this soon, but in the meantime we have to love them till we nearly burst!

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  57. A beautiful – obviously characterful! – cat and you are lucky to have had him for 19 years, but of course you will miss him all the more. Such lovely comments here.

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  58. So sorry Kate, Tom, and Bruce, what an interesting cat Jesus was. My daughter’s cats, Guinness and Murphy, were characters too. I had never really understood why people had cats as pets until I met them and we all miss them. Thank you for sharing your happy memories of Jesus.

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  59. So sorry for your loss …😥 but I think that Jesus had a great life , and he lived a lot of adventures …. Maybe he will meet wiht my “Pepa” over there .
    Pd : I am spanish so the name if Jesus is perfectly normal for me … In fact “Pepa” is the female version of “Pepe” ( meaning Jose , the husband Mary and “father”of Jesus ).

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  60. I’m sorry to hear this. What a great long life he had – he must have loved the last few years with all that countryside to roam.
    That huge tail reminds me of our late Molly (aka Darth Maul) a huge personality on her own terms. She terrorised the local dogs, and dealt single handedly with dog fouling in our street – as owners walked them elsewhere, rather than having a huge hissing beast leap on the fence.

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  61. Thank you for sharing Jesus’ life with us; really moving, wistful and funny (I’m reading this at 4 am, California time). 20 years with any living creature is a long time indeed. Gorgeous pics (the windowsill smiley is priceless as is Jesus looking at the knitted mice—but I have to say, that picture of Tom in bygone days takes the cake…and frosting.)

    My childhood pets remain a close presence in my heart and soul (I am in my late 40s). I still hope to share life with another pet at some point but very urban living and long hours away from home make that difficult for me (and my spouse). Fortunately, I have very strong bonds with my dog-niece (and the human nieces, too). Again, thank you for all that you do.

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  62. Jesus wasn’t named Jesus. His name was Yeshua. We just transliterate it to Jesus. I’m sorry for your loss. I found out yesterday that my Charlie cat has cancer of the jaw bone. I am devastated because we have been best buds for a while. I have similar stories to yours of Charlie and his unique personality. Like the time a man kicked in my back door while I was home and Charlie chased him out of the house and then proceeded to stand guard the rest of the night. I need to ready myself for a similar loss. I hope you find peace.

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  63. I’m sorry for your loss! My daughter’s cat lived to 20, Midnight but more affectionately and appropriately called mighty Simba because at 8 lbs and pure black, she really thought that Ohio was the African plains and she ruled with an iron hand. I miss her daily with a smile, though she only tolerated me because I was Angela’s mom. Hugs while you mourn.

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    1. I am so sorry to hear your news. One of the blessings of old age (my own, at any rate) is that I am more than likely to outlive my two cats — half-sisters, and they hate each other.

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  64. I believe our cats wait for us in heaven, but it’s kind of hard to believe that Jesus won’t have a personal assistantship awaiting him. Here’s to Jesus in this life and the next. Both of them. ♡♡♡

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  65. Sorry Jesus is no longer with you. Maybe if there is a cat afterlife he is playing with my Noah, a big soppy but very loving ginger cat who was so named as he insistently decided he was coming to live with us during some floods a few years ago. He was originally Martha but as the vet assured me he had male tackle, Nah seemed most appropriate as he er survived the flood. And the snip. No religious offence intended!!!!

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  66. Like Lestersmama above, I have met several Latino men named Jesus. No big deal in some cultures.
    I am sorry for the loss of your family member. I have had cats in my family since I was a little girl and I remember them all with fondness and friendship. St. Gertrude is the patron saint of cats and her saint’s day is March 17th…it kind of gets lost in the green beer festivities. So Jesus at least has a patron saint to join up with as he sails west.

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  67. Our pets so do bookend our lives. I am so sorry for the pain this loss will cause.
    Jesus the Cat did not die on Good-Friday so, with luck, you will be spared any accusations of sacrilegiousness at this time.
    What a great life Jesus had and what great dignity he clearly possessed.
    Rest now Pussy-Cat!
    Cheers
    The Knitting Man

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  68. Sorry for your loss! Jesus was lucky to have lived with you and see such a respectable age.
    We only became cat owners few moths ago (being dog people all our lives) and we already could not miss our two Maine Coons in spite of all the knocked off objects and attempts of stealing my yarn. My condolences to all three of you – he shall live on in your hearts.

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  69. Jesus was a lovely cat. My cat did the same thing; climbing through the bathroom window. He was a huge (but not fat) and very beautiful marmalade striped male. He was clever as well…. a neighbour eventually knocked on my door and asked why I was feeding her cat! Timmy – said cat – played his cards very well. Farewell Jesus!

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  70. What a wonderful cat, thank you for sharing moments if his life with us. I must admit to chuckling at the thought of your posters ‘Have you found Jesus?’ And wonder how many people were surprised to read on and find that you were searching for a lost cat!

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  71. my condolences! lovely written and recognizable in every single way.
    I have lived my whole life with cats and you couldn’t have described a better way to the ‘cat being’.
    Cats have a will of their own, they are funny, naughty, unpredictable and cuddling.
    Goodbye Jesus! Have fun in cat heaven!

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  72. So sorry to hear about your loss. We had to say goodbye to our beautiful Jess at 23 . We were very fortunate to have him for so long. It’s never easy but the knowledge that you shared a wonderful life together and have made lovely memories will make it easier.

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  73. You’ve done him proud… he could not have hoped for a better eulogy. I know how hard it is to part with a beloved pet, they become so much a part of the structure of your life, that it seems very empty without them.

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  74. There is nothing wrong with the name Jesus , it is used a lot in different country’s , but what a beautiful cat he was, and I should no doubt be sorely missed , It is so very sad when you have to say goodbye to your beloved pets so thoughts are with you best wishes x x x

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  75. Awe, I’m so sorry to hear about Jesus, never easy losing an animal friend! He did live a long, happy and eventful life, I actually remember reading your post about him disappearing before your move from Edinburgh.
    Always a comfort knowing you gave them a good life but goodbyes are hard.

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  76. He was a beauty, lucky you sharing your life with him for so long. Sympathies.

    My beloved cat used to stroke my face gently with her paw.

    Anyone who has a problem with his name should travel in Spanish speaking countries where there are a lot of people named Jesus.

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  77. Oh Kate and Tom, I’m so very sorry. I just had to say goodbye to my oldest cat, Piotr Illych Catinsky, aka Pete. Sweetie Petie was 16 and was my husband’s cat. We miss him. Sending loving thoughts and gentle hugs your way.

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