We always wondered how either Mew or Amie would manage when it was time for one of them to part.
They were always inseparable, even sharing visits to the vet.
Mew was about three weeks old when she was found on a very wet June day, on her own in the middle of a sports field. No one will know if Mother cat was moving her kittens or Mew had been put there to fend for herself by some uncaring owner. How ever she managed to be there, lucky for Mew she was found by a dog walker and taken to a cat rescue run by my friend. My friend, knowing that we already had two new kittens, asked if we would hand feed her until she could find a new home when Mew was old enough. We didn't only have two new kittens, Frank and Hannah, we had a new pup at the time, Amie Soto Blossom.
Amie and Mew spent their puppy and kitten hood playing together, chasing each other up and down stairs or around the garden and house. Where ever Mew was, you could always find Amie.
Mew and Amie were always a very big part of Soggibottom Cottage..There will always be a certain spot in front of the fire Mew used to warm her paws that will always be hers. Mew was a gentle, loving and beautiful friend who now lies beside Amie again beneath our apple tree.