Hello all, we lost our sweet kitten Bindi on Jan 5th. He was a 9 month old tuxedo with a perfect white dot on his forehead so that's why we called him Bindi! He was such a love and he liked to check out everything we were about to do first. His nickname was Scout! He was one of the most affectionate cats I've ever had. He would actually hug you and couldn't get tucked tight enough under your neck. It was a foggy dark morning and he got out front and was hit by a car. He was killed instantly by the look of things and a very nice neighbor found him and knocked on our door with the awful news. We all went through our own types of mourning for him and we seem to be coping pretty well. I still cry at times but I know it's normal. This site has helped me so much. My concern and the reason I'm seeking advice is about our older cat Banjo, who only recently began to bond with Bindi. We were a family for 7 months but to be honest Banjo would have prefered him on another planet for the first 3 months. He's 14 years old and has early kidney disease and I know he's not going to be around forever. He seems sad about Bindi being gone but I'm not sure if I'm projecting my feelings of loss and sadness. He looks out the window more than usual and has been a bit more restless at times. Still eating o.k. and he still wants to be petted and adored as usual. Is getting another cat going to stress him out all over again? Maybe he won't bond for even longer since he had to lose Bindi. I want his golden years to be happy. What would you do?