Igmula miṫawa k‘un waniyetu akezaptan na líla ḱúża ċa kte waṡi héċa yelo.
Wanna wóżupi nahan ṫipi kin he nica pi, ċanḱe ṫima unkiṡnala pi.
Waniyetu yámni iṫokab he ṫimahel hi nahan ċanṫipi kin unkicu pi ċa gluha wéksuye lo.
Wókiksuye un le oweciwa yelo!
day, after coming by a couple of times, still reluctantly and tentatively
she would step into our house - and decide to stay with us. Although
she looked like a young kitten, we soon would learn that she was already
thirteen. And she had quite a firm idea of her own of how things had
Actually, 'Murli' was special and even quite different from other cats:
It was she who decided to choose and adopt us, taking over our house and garden, my new armchair and my wife's bed. And it was she to tattoo me, thus reassuring that I will have to remember her for the rest of my life !
About two years ago, she had to undergo a surgery because suffering from cancer. Luckily she had some more carefree time to live ...
Of course, 'Sapéla' (Murli, Morle) was all black, had a nice little 'girlish' round face and very special eyes ...
We miss her capricious, strongheaded little personality.
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