Blog Blast #Blog4peace Cats in Memory of Domino

Blog Blast #Blog4peace Cats in Memory of Domino by Layla Morgan Wilde

Nov. 4, 2020 marks the 15th year of Blog Blast For Peace #blog4peace an initiative by Mimi Lennox. A bunch of us cat bloggers started posting about the global event about 10 years ago and it’s grown to 217 countries. It remains an annual favorite event but I missed it last year because Domino died on Nov.4. This year I started a memorial post and feeling so sad I couldn’t  do it. It didn’t help that two favorite blogging cats died yesterday. And don’t get me going about the election. Boy, do we need a blast of peace!

My all time favorite globe from the past few years is Domino hugging the planet. I did an edit and it’s fitting to post today.  I like to imagine Domino and his furry mitts giving everyone a big hug. This year’s #blog4peace is dedicated to Domino. May his memory be an eternal blessing and joy.

blog 4 peace cat domino

Another favorite was a globe with Merlin.

blog blast 4 peace merlin cat

I quickly cobbled together a few new “globes to share. One for black cats. Of course!

blog blast for peace black cats

blog blast for peace cats

Wherever you are and whatever is happening, please close your eyes, breathe and pause for a moment of peace. Imagine the glow of millions doing this. And we can right now. Peace is an inside job. It starts within and ripples out like the purring of a cat.

Peace, love and purrs,

Layla

16 thoughts on “Blog Blast #Blog4peace Cats in Memory of Domino”

  1. Beautiful art as always and such special meaning. Peace is such an easy thing if we only let it happen. Inhale, exhale, let it go and begin anew.
    We are so sorry to hear of two more crossings in the cat blogging world. We send out love and purrs and hugs and kitty kisses to everyone. Luvs to you Layla.
    Luvs, Peace and Purrs
    Skeeter and Izzy and the Feral Gang and the Angels >^..^^..^<~

  2. I’m so sorry about Domino, and am glad to have met him here. How we miss our furry beloved ones. My wolf dog died ten years ago and I still miss him more than words can say. The mount of grief equals the amount of love. Such joy, when they are with us – they give us so much unconditional love, which we all are starved for. Thank you for this post.

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