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RIP, sweet kitty.
I live on 7th street and passed Jack on a daily basis. I am a cat dad myself and loved him so much when I would stop and pet him. Such a friendly, beautiful cat with so much personality and warmth. I wondered for the past two months what became of him. I thought perhaps his owners moved away with him. Sadly, that wasn't the case. When I discovered the memorial, I felt a pit in my stomach. I went to work and cried. That is how much this cat touched my heart. I hope his parents read and know this. My condolences to them. I cannot imagine losing my cat. It is the equivalent of losing a family member. RIP sweet Jack :(
How did I not know about Jack?!? While I never met or played with him, I hope that he is bouncing around over the Rainbow Bridge with many pals, waiting until his owners join him again for eternity. RIP, and condolences.
RIP! what a beautiful and deserved memorial!
So sad...even though I never met Jack in real, my son texted me pictures of Jack's whenever he spotted him...My cat Bella looks just like Jack...can't even imagine loosing her...RIP beautiful, sweet Jack...this world was a better place when you were around!
Jack was the best. Still can't help but look for him when I walk down E 7th.
i love him. I miss him already cc: taylor
Rest in peace, sweet Jack. I loved seeing him on the fence as I walked on that block. I had missed his presence and wondered what had happened to him.
Oh no! I met this beautiful cat as he was walking back and forth on top of his fence. My condolences to everyone who loved him.
Rest easy Jack!
We know Jack is blessing us all. Our new spirit animal. ❤️🙏😻
RIP, Jack, I did not know thee. What a lovely watercolor likeness. Though sometimes sad, I do LOVE reading and seeing pictures/video of our neighbors' pets. Any chance of making such posts more regular? This blog just gets better and better. What ever happened to rent-stabilized apt. portraits? Loved that feature, too. (You are) such a community treasure, grieve.
Farewell, sweetie neighbor. You are loved and missed!
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