I'm so sorry to have frightened and confused you so badly. I hope that the love and comfort you receive in your new home will absolve me from causing this temporary upheaval for you.
Thank you for being such a good girl when you entered the arms of your new mama. The tears that filled her eyes as she first hugged you and kissed your head made me feel so strongly that this was the right thing. Having so recently lost a long-time feline companion, I think you will be a wonderful way to fill the hole in her heart.
I know it will take time for you to adjust -- both to the change of scenery and the people within it -- but I hope it will be a happy adventure for you. I know that someday soon you will have the run of a house, one where you will be the center of attention. One that isn't filled with unfinished floors and walls, littered with tools and supplies and home to an insane cat that would enjoy nothing more than to make a meal of you.
Be nice to Sandra and be patient. She is a kind lady and I think you will find that she will spoil you almost as much if not more than we have. I sincerely believe that your patience will find you having everything you need -- and more -- or I would never have let you go. I hope that you understand this in the brief time that precedes the ever diminshing memory of the mother and I.
I know it won't be that long and you will forget us. But we will never forget you. And, if for some strange, unforseeable reason things just don't work out ... the door will always be open to you. We'll make it work somehow.