It’s been five days since Luna left us. I am still having a hard time processing that she is gone. But I have been very touched and humbled by the outpouring of love for her and sympathy for us. There have been a few tribute posts as well, and we share them below.
The Cat Blogosphere has long posted memorials for blogging cats when they pass away. We have shared a few of those over the years on this site. This time we were on the receiving end, with this beautiful graphic and a very sweet post.
Luna is an icon of the Cat Blogosphere, and will be sorely missed. Fly free, sweet girl.
Our friends Elvira, Kiril, Sneakers, Friday and Nikita at Opinionated Pussycat have dedicated a full post to Luna.
The beauty and grace of Luna so finely complimented the beauty and grace of the instruments her human blogged about and the music and art her human created and shared (the photo above is from 2010).
Her presence complimented perfectly the contributions CatSynth made, as frequent contributor and host, to 3 of the earliest and best of the pet blogging share fests, all about cats, Carnival of the Cats, Weekend Cat Blogging, and Bad Kitty Cats Festival of Chaos, for many years, beginning in the summer of 2007…CatSynth first hosted CoTC with #189.
Music & art shows, travel, photography, cats, synthesizers, sass and grace.
And finally, our dear friend and supporter at matrixsynth have a post for Luna.
Certain pets more so than others. JD was one of them, and I know Luna was as well. They let you become who you want to be. They are your confidante in life. Loosing them feels like loosing a part of yourself. Luna will not only be missed by her owner and friend Amanda, but by those of us that have enjoyed her virtual company online through numerous posts on CatSynth, and a few here on MATRIXSYNTH. We will never forget you Luna!
Never forget, indeed! Thank you all for all your kind words and support as we grieve and move forward. 🎶 💕
One thought on “Tributes for Luna”
Luna will always be loved, and never, ever forgotten, by all of us who were fortunate enough to be touched by her life. Please know that we continue to keep you in our thoughts, purrs and prayers, Amanda.
Comments are closed.