Cat Visits Neighbor’s Window Every Day Looking For Dog Friend That Passed Away


Baby Grey lost her ally Gracie quite a year ago, yet the cat still shows up to the house trying to find her playmate.
Gracie’s owner, Shea Belew Brennaman, a fourth-grade teacher from Decatur, Alabama, first noticed the Baby Grey visiting her yard two and a half years before Gracie’s death .


“I think it lives two cul-de-sacs over from us and that i don’t know its name,” Brennaman said to The Dodo. “Me and my family just ask it as Baby Grey.”
When Baby Grey first climbed into Brennaman’s fenced-in backyard, she was met by Gracie, the watchdog who was more curious about making friends with the cat than scaring her off.



“Gracie was an American Eskimo and stayed outside most the time,” Brennaman said. “She loved nature and, while she was a protector of our house, she loved all other animals and that they loved her.”
“Gracie accepted her into our yard immediately and therefore the two became fast friends,” Brennaman said.

As time wore on, Baby Grey’s visits grew more frequent. Gracie was always excited to ascertain her, and always acted the generous host to her cat friend. It had seemed that the 2 of them really found a ally in one another .
“We would go away Gracie tomatoes on our porch, as they were her favorite treat, and she or he would share them with the cat,” Brennaman said, “which was an enormous deal because Gracie was very particular about sharing food.”

She added, “When Baby Grey started coming over frequently the 2 of them shared tomatoes and sunbathed together. Sunbathing was their absolute favorite activity.”


While Brennaman admired their close relationship, she knew it had been in line with Gracie’s personality – the loving dog would do anything for her friends and family, which included saving Brennaman from a water moccasin when she was just 8 months old.
“She had a sweet personality,” Brennaman stated. “[She] was a lover to all or any and was very motherly, especially to our Yorkie.”

In late October 2017, shortly after Gracie’s 12th birthday, Brennaman noticed she was drastically slowing down. After a vet trip plus many tests and X-rays revealed that she had aggressive lymphoma.

“Gracie spent most of her remaining days on the cold porch,” Brennaman said. “I think a part of it gave her relief but, actually , she was saying goodbye to her territory and to all or any of her friends in her yard.”

And, Baby Grey was diligently by her side.
“Baby Grey came to ascertain her several times in her last days and, while there was no tomato eating, the 2 just laid there to be with one another ,” she said. “They had that sort of connection where nothing needed to be said or done. they only wanted to be with one another .”

Gracie gave up the ghost in November 2017, but a month after her cancer diagnosis. And while the small dog’s death was hard on everyone, Baby Grey, especially , appeared to have difficulty with it, as she continues her special little vigil for her friend.



“Since Gracie’s death, several times every week , Baby Grey will come to our porch,” Brennaman said. “She will first come right up to the door and appearance certain Gracie. I don’t skills long she waits, sometimes she’ll await 20 minutes then she is going to walk off to the porch where she is going to sit a short time before she eventually lays down and sunbathes.”

Brennaman has come to expect Baby Grey’s regular visits, and while she hates to ascertain the small cat suffer sadness, it does touch her to understand that the bond these two shared was real.

“It breaks my heart to ascertain Baby Grey still trying to find Gracie,” Brennaman added, “but at an equivalent time it gives me such a lot hope that these two animals had such a robust bond.”

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