The death of Nyan Cat. Tears will be shed. The death of Nyan Cat Tears will be shed
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - redwrench
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#14 - homicidalherpes
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My cat, Sal, just passed away last week. I got him ten years ago and he had been with me through everything. I live in a house with an abusive alcoholic and he'd try to protect me when I was being beaten. For ten years, he's slept on my feet at night, watched me play video games, I even brought him for drives with me when I got my car. He was my best friend. Sorry for the lengthy comment, this just got to me.
User avatar #303 to #14 - failtolawl
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**** off thumbwhore
#88 to #14 - anon id: 1630ed72
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Yeah, post about your horrible life here. We really want to hear it.
#125 to #88 - comanderspy
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#102 to #88 - homicidalherpes
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Muffin? I'm not the only one who's done it and I never claimed that my life was ******. Sure, parts of it are, but who doesn't have their problems?
#328 to #88 - redwrench
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#248 to #14 - mangusta
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sorry about your loss bro
#292 to #14 - anon id: 17a27a16
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>living in a house with an abusive alcoholic
>18

Underage detected
User avatar #299 to #14 - crazyhindu
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This, this is why i hate when people say cats don't do anything.
User avatar #332 to #14 - homicidalherpes
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Wow, guys. Thanks a lot. I never expected this kind of reaction to my comment, FunnyJunk is amazing. Also, I never said that to be a thumbwhore, just sharing my "I miss my kitty" feel.
User avatar #61 to #14 - xboxperks
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Everyone has a special bond to a pet. I'm sorry for your loss, bro.
#40 - anunamoose
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#316 to #40 - noodlemunch
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^ I LOST IT WHEN I SAW THIS
#69 - mirandaasx
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My cat, Butters, died about 4 months ago. Him and my other cat, Kitty Cat, were best friends. A couple weeks ago I walked outside and saw Kitty Cat on Butter's grave. He left him a half dead mole on top of the grave.
#249 to #69 - tehubernation
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User avatar #89 to #69 - azumeow
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Noooooo that's so cute but so sad....
User avatar #147 to #69 - hektoroftroy
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When I was six I got my first dog, a golden retriever named Pup. She was wonderful and rambunctious although over time she became a little overweight. She loved to go swimming and play fetch, although she never would give the ball back when she retrieved it. Then when i was 16 we got another puppy, also a golden retriever named Ellie. She was just as rambunctious as Pup had ever been, and even though pup was close to 10 years old, she still would run around our yard and play with Ellie. About three months after we got Ellie Pup started drastically losing weight. She stopped eating and became lethargic. We took her to the vet and discovered both her kidneys were failing. There was nothing we could do but put her down to save her pain. My whole family except for my dad was in the room petting Pup and saying goodbye. My dad was on his way from work, and when he got to the vet he walked in the room and wasn't able to take another step. He loved that dog more than anybody else did. She must have smelled him because she raised her head and wagged her tail once. Before he had arrived she'd barely had the energy to lick our hands, but when my dad whispered "Hi Pup" she struggled to her feet and hobbled over to him. She laid down next to him and fell asleep with her head in his lap. She never woke up again. Months passed and Ellie was fully grown now, skinnier than Pup had been and a little taller. She wasn't very good at playing fetch, she kept losing the tennis balls we would throw for her. It wasn't until about 6 months after Pup died that i visited her grave site in the woods behind our house. There were literally 45 tennis balls all around her grave left by Ellie
#7 - moruck
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Literally two months to the date and I guess I still haven't fully accepted the loss of my cat.   
   
...****.
Literally two months to the date and I guess I still haven't fully accepted the loss of my cat.

...****.
#45 to #7 - anon id: 6252314c
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about 5 years from my cats death and i still miss the **** out of him, the pain never really goes away you just get slowly numb to it
User avatar #180 to #7 - haunterbrony
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Three years and still mourning. Just a heads up, it will never truly pass.
User avatar #237 to #180 - moruck
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Not sure who thumbed you down, but I brought it back up.

Stay strong friend, keep him/her in your heart and memories.
#9 to #7 - curbed
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You never do, bro... Believe me, I've lost 2 cats and a dog in just the past couple years, the one cat and the dog died at the very beginning of this year... Still hurts but they lived long lives.
You never do, bro... Believe me, I've lost 2 cats and a dog in just the past couple years, the one cat and the dog died at the very beginning of this year... Still hurts but they lived long lives.
#10 to #9 - moruck
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And I take solace in that. They lived long, comfortable lives. But...it still hurts like ****. I'm deeply sorry for your loss friend. Truly.
#12 to #10 - curbed
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Just remember the good times and enjoy the fact that you got to have time with them. I swear to God, there are still times where I'll come home from college and I'll be hanging out in the living room watching TV and I'll still have the urge to find my dog and chill with him on my lap, and every time that happens, the fact that he's not there anymore hits me like a ton of bricks. It's like a sick feeling you get in the pit of your stomach. But he was about 16 when he passed away and the cats were nearly 20 as well. How old was your cat?
Just remember the good times and enjoy the fact that you got to have time with them. I swear to God, there are still times where I'll come home from college and I'll be hanging out in the living room watching TV and I'll still have the urge to find my dog and chill with him on my lap, and every time that happens, the fact that he's not there anymore hits me like a ton of bricks. It's like a sick feeling you get in the pit of your stomach. But he was about 16 when he passed away and the cats were nearly 20 as well. How old was your cat?
#13 to #12 - moruck
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Trust me, I know exactly what you mean. I have another tabby cat, same colors and size, throws me off every time I see him. Keep thinking he's still alive for a moment. Hits hard.   
   
He had just turned 20 to my family actually. Literally been there since I was born. My dad found him a month before my birth after he had been hit by a car. My dad took him to a vet and managed to save him. My grandma had been taking care of him since. After my dad left, she only had him and my other two cats. His passing hit her harder than it hit me.
Trust me, I know exactly what you mean. I have another tabby cat, same colors and size, throws me off every time I see him. Keep thinking he's still alive for a moment. Hits hard.

He had just turned 20 to my family actually. Literally been there since I was born. My dad found him a month before my birth after he had been hit by a car. My dad took him to a vet and managed to save him. My grandma had been taking care of him since. After my dad left, she only had him and my other two cats. His passing hit her harder than it hit me.
#16 to #13 - curbed
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There this really ******* fat cat that lives right next to us. He has the same print as the first cat I lost, I mean he sort of reminds me of her, but much much fatter. Kitty and Kelsey were ours since I was 3 and my brother was 1. Kelsey was a really good cat and deteriorated slowly, she had a few seizure episodes and she was incontinent so she was out in the garage for the couple of years before she passed away, her weight fluctuated a lot and finally the last straw was when she got a bad bladder infection, at that point we put her down, I think it was the worst for my dad because it was a known fact that he was her human (in a sense). Kitty went really quickly, she just had a seizure one day and was gone, she was definitely mine and was super dorky. Rusty (the dog) went extremely fast, he was fine one day and then passed away in his sleep. It's so ******* hard but he came from a background of being abused, we got him when I was a teen and in a way busted him out of this constant fear that he had. He was really rough to lose, especially right after we lost Kelsey. I cried for days when he went...
There this really ******* fat cat that lives right next to us. He has the same print as the first cat I lost, I mean he sort of reminds me of her, but much much fatter. Kitty and Kelsey were ours since I was 3 and my brother was 1. Kelsey was a really good cat and deteriorated slowly, she had a few seizure episodes and she was incontinent so she was out in the garage for the couple of years before she passed away, her weight fluctuated a lot and finally the last straw was when she got a bad bladder infection, at that point we put her down, I think it was the worst for my dad because it was a known fact that he was her human (in a sense). Kitty went really quickly, she just had a seizure one day and was gone, she was definitely mine and was super dorky. Rusty (the dog) went extremely fast, he was fine one day and then passed away in his sleep. It's so ******* hard but he came from a background of being abused, we got him when I was a teen and in a way busted him out of this constant fear that he had. He was really rough to lose, especially right after we lost Kelsey. I cried for days when he went...
#17 to #16 - moruck
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Dude, I just want to ******* hug you. I lost one, and it causes me so much grief, I could not imagine losing three. Honestly, my sincerest condolences.
Dude, I just want to ******* hug you. I lost one, and it causes me so much grief, I could not imagine losing three. Honestly, my sincerest condolences.
#19 to #17 - curbed
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I mean, that's life you know, they give you so much happiness along with frustration but you love them so much, it's the memory that counts. It's really hard at first and you'll still get pangs of sadness that will get you, especially when you catch yourself expecting them to be there but keep your heart and mind open, talk about the loss, tell funny stories about your pets, let yourself cry from time to time, keep something of theirs, stay focused on your goals and pet lots and lots of other cats. Like with Rusty, I kept his collar and keep it in my room. I'm sorry for your loss, bro. When Kitty died, being the first animal to go, I wasn't even in town, so it hit really hard because you take them for granted so much, Kelsey we were much more prepared for since we had been expecting her to go for the past 2 years before she went. But be strong, you'll be ok. So many people are hit so hard by the loss of a pet that they often swear off getting furry pets for life, but why torture yourself like that? Why not experience that love again, sure you're going to lose them again, but be happy that you were able to experience that love. I don't really have any more feels .gifs other than this one D;
I mean, that's life you know, they give you so much happiness along with frustration but you love them so much, it's the memory that counts. It's really hard at first and you'll still get pangs of sadness that will get you, especially when you catch yourself expecting them to be there but keep your heart and mind open, talk about the loss, tell funny stories about your pets, let yourself cry from time to time, keep something of theirs, stay focused on your goals and pet lots and lots of other cats. Like with Rusty, I kept his collar and keep it in my room. I'm sorry for your loss, bro. When Kitty died, being the first animal to go, I wasn't even in town, so it hit really hard because you take them for granted so much, Kelsey we were much more prepared for since we had been expecting her to go for the past 2 years before she went. But be strong, you'll be ok. So many people are hit so hard by the loss of a pet that they often swear off getting furry pets for life, but why torture yourself like that? Why not experience that love again, sure you're going to lose them again, but be happy that you were able to experience that love. I don't really have any more feels .gifs other than this one D;
#21 to #19 - moruck
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Thanks man. Honestly, it was nice to talk with someone about this. And I'll always have a pet, can't imagine myself without one. I love animals too much not to have one.   
   
I have a few, along with some Doc Who feel gifs. Would you want them?
Thanks man. Honestly, it was nice to talk with someone about this. And I'll always have a pet, can't imagine myself without one. I love animals too much not to have one.

I have a few, along with some Doc Who feel gifs. Would you want them?
#234 to #7 - bluekisses
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Don't worry it does get better. I lost my 14 year old chihuahua, her name was taco. I got her when i 10 years old. I'm 23 now. I was grief stricken, I did not get out of my bed for 3 days.   
   
When i came home that day and i found out. I cradled her small body in my arms, turn on my favorite show "married with children" held her close and cried the whole time. hugging and kissing her goodbye on her little head.   
   
It is rough but it will get better with time, I still think about her daily.   
   
        taco   
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This is the only kind of hug i can give you
Don't worry it does get better. I lost my 14 year old chihuahua, her name was taco. I got her when i 10 years old. I'm 23 now. I was grief stricken, I did not get out of my bed for 3 days.

When i came home that day and i found out. I cradled her small body in my arms, turn on my favorite show "married with children" held her close and cried the whole time. hugging and kissing her goodbye on her little head.

It is rough but it will get better with time, I still think about her daily.

taco
05/1999 - 09/14/2012

This is the only kind of hug i can give you
#240 to #234 - moruck
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My deepest condolences for your loss. At least you can take solace in the fact she was happy and warm to the end. Stay strong friend, keep her memory alive in you.   
   
Here's another hug, in its own way
My deepest condolences for your loss. At least you can take solace in the fact she was happy and warm to the end. Stay strong friend, keep her memory alive in you.

Here's another hug, in its own way
#20 to #7 - AliceZ
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I've lost quite a few animals through my life. It gets easier to deal with, but you never get over it. Just remember that you gave them the best life you could, and they likely died happy.
My hardest one to get over was, and still is almost 2 years later, Jamie, my baby horse. My mum and I bred his mom, and were gonna raise him and train him from a baby. When he was born, he was too big, his mom hemorrhaged and died immediately. We stayed with the newborn horse, Jamie, for two days before he started breathing poorly and we moved him to an intensive care vet. One day there and we were told that we had to put him down. He was suffering. Broken ribs punctured his lungs, and he wasn't eating enough. We sat with him as he went to sleep. I hadn't cried that hard in a long time. But he was happy. He kept trying to nuzzle us, his little tail was flapping (yes foals flap their tails when happy).
Sorry for the sadness, but I miss the little guy and his mom. I only knew him for three days but he would have been a great horse.
#22 to #20 - moruck
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My deepest, sincerest condolences for your loss. That was just...wow. But, like you said, at least he was happy. That they both were happy. Something to take solace in.
My deepest, sincerest condolences for your loss. That was just...wow. But, like you said, at least he was happy. That they both were happy. Something to take solace in.
User avatar #24 to #22 - AliceZ
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Thanks, and to you as well.
#95 - CurlySuee
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I was fine until "I'm so sorry"
I was fine until "I'm so sorry"
#298 to #95 - rapsuskiller
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Me too. It seemed to me as he started crying right when he wrote that. A feel was felt
Me too. It seemed to me as he started crying right when he wrote that. A feel was felt
#50 - nim
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My kitten Gizmo died a little while ago in a house fire. Oh god the feels. Excuse me while I cry hysterically.
User avatar #54 to #50 - iwebby
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i'll go buy a cat

and he shall be named feelix
#87 - SrgWTF
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That last line.
That last line.
#197 to #87 - xDarkness
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#31 - sweateryams
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This was my cat Lil' Bit out of nowhere he got sick with a bladder infection after 3 days in the vet they told me he wouldn't pull through so to easy his suffering I had him put to sleep. He was the coolest smartest cat I ever had he passed on 1/31/2013.
#28 - thg
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**thg rolled a random image posted in comment #72 at Try This ** <i hope this is related. you sir, deserve a thumb, i am so sorry about you cat, may he rest in peace.
**thg rolled a random image posted in comment #72 at Try This ** <i hope this is related. you sir, deserve a thumb, i am so sorry about you cat, may he rest in peace.