Mancat Monday:  Patriot Day ~ Always Remember

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Hello everyone, I hope y’all are doing okay.  Today is Patriot Day and we’re all pausing to remember those lost during the horrific attacks on our Country on September 11, 2001.  Us kitties we’re around then but our peeps were and I can tell you that they will never forget.  Hopefully, the world won’t either.

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easy rider
9 months ago

we remember… and we all have this day in our memory like burnt….

Lillian
9 months ago

Allways remember

Memories of Eric and Flynn

We will always remember.

Athena and Marie
9 months ago

It’s so hard to forget such a sad dark day.

Molly
9 months ago

We will always remember.

Precious
9 months ago

Thank you for this reminder in this tribute. I will never forget that morning staring at the television and seeing that second plane hit the second tower.

My GBGV Life
9 months ago

Mom says she will never forget, but it is a different memory for her since she was not living in the US at the time. It was different in Europe when it all happened.

Teddy
9 months ago

A forever memory – one of our saddest EVER.

Hugs, Teddy and Mom

Katie Isabella
9 months ago

I can’t forget it either. A horrific event and burned in our memories.

MadSnapper
9 months ago

I will never forget the first sight of it on TV and all that came after, even so many years have passed it is imprinted in the minds of most people on this planet.

Regine karpel
Regine karpel
9 months ago
Mickey's Musings
9 months ago

A day Mum will never forget.
Hugs and purrs to all affected <3

Eastside Cats Blog
9 months ago

If you’ve ever read “Homer’s Odyssey” by Gwen Cooper, you’ll understand the panic of a person who’s cats were left unattended because of the devastation in New York.
While the rest of us watched our televisions, and experienced the feelings of loss for all those who didn’t make it to 9/12, and the outpouring of humanity from the frontline folks.

stevebethere
9 months ago

Could never forget it 🙁

The Florida Furkids
9 months ago

We weren’t born yet either but Mom remembers.

Millie & Walter
9 months ago

It is a day we will never forget.

Cecilia Upchurch
9 months ago

thank you sweet friends
Hugs Cecilia

Sandee
9 months ago

I will never forget this day. I was still working and it was a surreal day. Love this post.

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Anne M Robinson
9 months ago

I remember calling my mom that fateful day.I will not forget.

Anne Marie Robinson
9 months ago

Always remember… we need to band together while this world is falling apart.

Leah
9 months ago

Were never going to forget that day or the lasting feelings afterwards … I read Homer’s Odyssey too and I can imagine what Gwen went through before she knew Homer was safe.

Mary Kirkland
9 months ago

I remember too.

The Z Kids' Mama
9 months ago

It was an awful, heart-shattering day. Aside from all the lives lost – both two- and four-legged – it was a stark reminder of the simple truth: those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. The lessons of Pearl Harbor were ignored by those who could have prevented or at least limited the tragedies of 9/11. 💔💔😢😢

The J-Cats
9 months ago

We weren’t born yet on that terrible day but Mummy will never forget the horror.

A ShutterBug Explores
9 months ago

It was a horrific day ~ wonderful remembrance post ~ thanks, sweet kitty photo too ~ Xo

Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Ellen J Pilch
9 months ago

Yes, I remember that sad day. XO

Melissa & Mudpie
9 months ago

Absolutely never, ever, will I forget.

Lucy and Xena
9 months ago

We will always remember that this country of ours is made of of grit and guts. We’re proud to be American (dogs and people).

Ruby Rose and the Big Little Angels Three

Like Pearl Harbor it is a tragic touchstone in history

citu
9 months ago

Fue algo muy triste lo que paso. Le deseo una genial semana. Le s mando un beso.

messymimi
9 months ago

It’s a sad and sobering memory.

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs

A day etchhed into the permanent memories of all who saw or were involved with it all.
I hope we can teach the younger generation(s) how important this day is and must be forever.

Angel Binky, Peachy, Stippie and Granny

Granny still remembers that day too, Brian🙏✨Soft Pawkisses for effurryone🐾😽💞

The Oceanside Animals
9 months ago

Charlee: “That is way before our time, but Mama and Dada most definitely remember it.”
Chaplin: “They went to visit California about a month after 9/11 and there were flags and signs everywhere.”

Darla M Sands
9 months ago

Whenever I look at so much as a digital clocking reading 9:11 it makes me… I don’t even know. Angry? Sick? Sad? There are so many layers. Blessings, my dears.