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Otis came upstairs and into the bedroom and spent five minutes or so running around the room, looking for his buddy. He finally stopped at the blanket Pinky died on, and just sat on it for a while, looking around and waiting with his tongue out. 

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I thought about that, but...I already wrapped him up and put him away for burial tomorrow. I don't know if I could bear to unwrap him right now.
That would be very hard to see and go through... I do not look forward to how the cats will react when one of the brood passes.
Otis has been through this before, he was serious BFFs with Henry, they used to wrestle and play all the time. 
Yeah, we have a couple of kitties that are BFFs with each other, it will be difficult when one or the other passes on. Ara will probably be the first, she's the eldest, and she's the closest to me. (she's not as close to the other kitties, though.)
Oh, my now oldest cat, Beezus, she pined and cried and searched for weeks after Henry died. He was like her big brother, and the only other pet she liked - she's socially awkward.
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