Hi Ana, I suggest some corrections to your text, as follows:
I remember when I found you. I was walking down the street when I *heard
a continuous meow. Then I saw you in a little garden; you were totally frightened and absolutely hungry. I crouched to pick you up and you didn’t run away. On the contrary, it seemed that, at that moment, **everything you wanted was
to have someone to pick you up and give you a proper home.
you home. You cried a bit during
the first and second nights
, but during
the third, you were already comfortably sleeping
in your bed. I spent the first week watching you sleeping
and wondering how can a normal human being could have abandoned such a beautiful kitten.
I waited for
you to be familiarized with me in order
to take you to the vets
to check out your health and for you to get your first vaccine. The veterinarian
was surprised, because when he gave you the shot
(or "gave you the vaccination"), you were as cool as a cucumber. You were very strong. There I found out that you were a lovely three-month-old
You were a yellow-striped cat, the yellow part was
like (or "similar to") the sun. Every day you were there playing with your little toys and with ***those woollen
balls that you loved so much. You were always sweet.
Wherever I went in the house you followed me. If I was studying in my bedroom you were under the chair. If I was in the kitchen cooking, you were there beside me, watching me, and you started meowing around me. If I was sitting on the couch, you jumped on it
and laid down beside me.
You were an extremely lovely and friendly cat. I remember watching you having ***those
long baths, when you licked yourself very carefully. When someone different visited us, you never got scared, you always let the people stroke
you. And they said, “What a lovely cat!”
Now you are in heaven with Saint Francis who is protecting you. Rest in peace my beloved David.
*You use "listen" when you are paying attention to the sound. In this case, it was unintentionally, so you "heard" the cat's meow.
**"everything ... was".
***"woollen balls" and "long baths" are plurals.http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learn ... ge30.shtml