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Firstly, I'm sorry about your cat. Secondly, what a lovely neighbour - if only there were more like her about.I'd still bake something for her and take it over. Perhaps just tell her it's a thank you for being so supportive over the last few days. Or maybe just invite her over to your house for morning/afternoon tea. Either way I'm sure she'll appreciate the gesture.
I thought about inviting the neighbor over but... well her grandchildren are the same age as my children (but she is closer to my grandmom's age than my moms) so I was afraid it would be awkard.
I'm not sure where this post goes but I hope this is appropriate.A few days ago my cat was hit and killed (somehow he escaped the gate or fence). The elderly lady that lives 2 doors down (I am in a very small community in a very small town) saw it happen and was very kind. She stood by the road and cried with me (her cat suffered the same fate a few weeks ago) and then kindly lectured me about being outside in freezing weather in pajamas and no shoes. The next day I picked her up some baked treats to say thank you but before I could deliver them she was knocking on my door with pumpkin pies. I was too surprised to offer her my gift then and now it seems odd to do so. I was thinking of sending her some flowers or something but I'm not sure what to do.Any ideas?
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