Other People’s Abys: Maisy Hunts with StarClan

I cannot believe I am writing this post. I cannot believe that this is happening.

Back in January, I reported the sad news that my friend Kelli lost her Aby Emmy. In March, she adopted a new Aby girl, Maisy.

Sadly, just this past weekend, Maisy was diagnosed with FIP and Kelli made the horrible, painful decision to put her to sleep. Losing two beloved Abys in less than six months…oh, Kelli.

It’s especially painful since Kelli and I met because we shared a loss of Abys to FIP, her Maggie and my Gun-Hee. It’s never easy to lose a cat…but it’s so much harder when they don’t even get a chance to grow up.

My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend has stopped running today. Sleep well in Tuonela, dear Maisy.

6 thoughts on “Other People’s Abys: Maisy Hunts with StarClan

  1. Such a loss, and such a pretty girl. I hope that Kelli can find her way to a strong, healthy Aby soon. Gentle journey, Maisy.


  2. Oh! God, Coco! Your friend Kelli’s little Maisy was ADORABLE! She was just a KITTEN! Such sad news and way too soon after the other. Please let Kelli know that her dear Maisy is in Heaven and won’t be suffering any more and will be awaiting her arrival!


  3. My heart breaks for Kelli and goes out to all who were charmed by Maisy. I hope this horrible disease does not impact either of your lives ever again.

    We recently lost our dear Abyssinian Gabonna who was 16. He was my husband’s most special little buddy and is sorely missed. The loss of any pet leaves a hole in the heart of those who loved him or her.


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