Hi Angel, I've been away all weekend up north otherwise I would have replied earlier.
How absolutely awful for you.
I'm glad your kitty Jack managed to get to the bed (his favorite spot) in his shocked state after the fatal accident.
When we lost our 4 year old Chihuahua a long time back in a horrible car accident, we found out later it was part of Gods divine plan.
Because we were all sad and crying over little Pepie's death, a man at my husbands work said he had just divorced his wife a month earlier and could not look after his Great Dane anymore, would we please take her off his hands, so we reluctantly said yes.
One week later whilst I was dropping my youngest son off at his basketball game, I left my other son (11 year old) at home alone.
A knife carrying guy about 20 years old tried to break into our locked house (My frightened son hid in the toilet room with the toilet brush as his weapon of defence.
The huge Great Dane barked and boldly ran down the hallway toward the intruder that was still on the outside of the glass sliding door.
He took one look at the huge dog and ran away. If it had been our little Chihuahua there to greet the intruder, I think my son may have died.
Even though you still have to mourn your beloved Jack (and no cat will ever replace him) please buy yourself another loving furry companion, it truly helps to ease the incredible pain of losing a family pet. Perhaps the cat you are suppose to own is waiting in the store right now.
Do you know if Jack was deaf and perhaps he couldn't hear something about to slip on him? I know that NEARLY all pure white cats do go deaf. And if they have blue eyes they are often born deaf too. http://demented-pixie.com/pearlie_the_p ... f_cat.html
Big Hugs to you through out this painful time of mourning.
Please Click Here to view and if you wish, enter Jacks name into the free rainbow bridge memorial - http://rainbowsbridge.com/hello.htm
When it asks for a zip code, just enter a 0 infront of your normal postcode as americans have more than 4 didgets and it's easier for the computer site to understand.