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@IAmSmittyKitty

This past week we lost one of the brightest lights in the Twittersphere, and our pal @IamSmittyKitty passed over the Bridge. We had not realised that for a long time he had struggled with major health issues, fighting back time after time with the help of his loving Mum and Dad. We just saw a loving and bright friend who brightened our lives with his positive manner and his good soul.

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His death came like a bolt from the blue, and it hit his friend @Mr_Pie particularly hard. As each pal learned of his passing the shockwave on Twitter for us all was immense and deep. It is Pie I have to thank for the wonderful images here of our pal Smitty – pictures that I dearly hope will make you smile – I believe Smitty was a smiling happy soul – one whose memory we will treasure.

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If you have a moment, please, watch the little video. I know these things take a lot of time to assemble – and it was done with such love and affection you will smile, not cry.

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3 Comments

  1. Cathy Keisha

    September 7, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    Aw, I used to see him at night if we went on Twitter before bed. I’m sorry to hear he joins so many furrends that we lost in the past money. Do you know what the song in the video is? I really like it.
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  2. Summer

    September 7, 2014 at 7:26 am

    That was such sad news. We are losing too many special kitties right now. 🙁
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  3. Brian Frum

    September 7, 2014 at 5:57 am

    That is so very sad and we are so sorry to hear that news.
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