The woman had fretted over burying him there - at their week-end get-away place - she was afraid he'd be lonely. He had never been a real chummy Feline but he did like the occasional lap when it was cold. And winter was coming on.
But the woman's concerns would soon be laid to rest. As they turned the corner to drive down their road, there was a Stag standing there looking at them. And in the split second it took the woman to realize that this was a sign from Cerunnos (the Celtic God of the Woods - the God of Life, Animals, Wealth, and the Underworld), the Stag bounded off into the Woods.
The couple parked at the end of the driveway, fearful the snow and slush might cause problems later. As they began the walk down the drive, another sign awaited their discovery. A sign letting the woman know that their much loved Kitty would not be alone. Bobcat tracks could clearly be seen in the snow. The woman knew for certain then that they had made the right decision. He would have someone to 'pal around with'. Someone to keep him company.