Mazyku, Alkaline, FmGurl43, Lynnhaz, Vene, Samsintentions, Ia_Cat_Lover, Dolly, Lucidity03, Momma, Mybigfunny, Catwoman, Lil96, Joan and Karleysimon, thank you all so much for the posts you all left after the one I wrote. Just like the previous posts they all made me cry too. Although, I still miss my Handsome so much, I do feel a little better. I think all that crying helped. I've been looking at things in a more positive light and realized things could have been far worse. For instance, I could have not woken up at 5:00 a.m. to that horrible noise and not ever found Handsome alive. He could have passed away alone and I still would not have known where he is to this day. Sometimes not knowing is worse than knowing what happened, no matter how tragic. I'm thankful I was at least able to spend time with him in his last moments. I don't ever want to lose a fur animal like this again. Although, I'm not ready right now to have another kitty/kitties I know myself well enough to know that I will eventually be ready to have one or more. Right now, I just want to be prepared for that day. I have been looking into enclosing my entire property. However, there was something I had overlooked. I cannot enclose my entire property, as I have many trees. Any cat could just climb up the trees and hop over the enclosure. So, I am now at the point where I am looking to build an actual cat enclosure on part of my property. It would lead out from one of the cat doors, that way any future cats I had could come and go as they please during the day from the house to the large outdoor enclosure. I am looking for contractors that are familiar with this idea, as well as trying to find manuals/books/blueprints to be able to build this. I have only found one website with this concept. However, they are no longer in business. So if anyone knows of a book/manual/web-site with very specific plans for a cat outdoor enclosure, I would be very grateful if you could post it for me. Here is a link to the website that I am unable to contact. This is exactly what I want to build, but larger. http://www.just4cats.com/post5.html Also, perhaps I should post a seperate post for all of these questions, but if anyone reads this I was wondering what everyone's thoughts are on cats that are so well harrness trained that you can take them just about anywhere. I think this is something I want to do. Is it possible to start training two kittens from a very early age to go with you to all kinds of places and actually enjoy it? Please don't post to tell me to get a dog. I love dogs very much, but ideally what I would like in the future are two cats. Thank you.