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I’ve recently had to euthanize two aged cats. Both had been barn cats, with a few long time companions. Since their passing, I’ve noticed that the other two, older buddies have changed. One a feral, female hasn’t left her perch, the group shared as I enter the area. She remains with her eyes on me, as I go about my chores. Before, I would walk in and she would be hidden below. She is crippled in her back legs but it doesn’t stop her from getting where she needs to go. She just hasn’t left her spot.
The other barn guy has been less evasive and has also developed a bad cold. Is this his way of expressing grief too?
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