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2K, 03/07/1998 - 04/04/2012
2K , My Baby, My Shadow, you will forever hold a piece of my heart. I will miss you peeking out the window waiting for me to come home, then greeting me at the door. .I’ll miss the cute little noise you made playing with your mousey balley and cuddling up next to me while we watch TV or sleep. You were my fuzzy alarm clock and always reminded me when it was time to eat. I look at your favorite spots: the dining room chair, the bookcase in the bedroom, the back of the chair in the Florida room, under the blanket on the bed, in the suitcase, or in plain site, but you’re not there, only in spirit.. The only comforting things of you leaving me are that you’re with Daddy and PC and that you are no longer in pain. You were such a trooper taking your meds and fluids religiously for 4 years. We thought we were going to lose you so many times but you always pulled through. I guess it’s true that a cat has 9 lives, I only wish you had an infinite amount. I will always Love you and Miss you dearly - Mommy Dor
T-bone, August 2003 - May 25, 2012
I cry for him every day. I know I shouldn't, but I still do. I miss him so much. Even though all he did was sleep on the couch, we loved him for that, being the sleepy soul he was. I miss him every day. From the moment his eyes last closed, to the moment I am now typing this. And so, I wrote a poem for him:
Distant and warm
He was always sleepy, and always slow,
But little would he had imagined, or ever even known
That without him, our house would be bare,
Without him sleeping on the couch over there.
We had him for years, and enjoyed him every day,
But until recently, he was starting to age.
He would get slower, more tired too,
But we assumed, that's what all dogs do.
But he got slower with each passing hour,
His spirit was dwindling, being age-devoured.
And then one night came, when he was so weak,
He couldn't stand up, not even to drink.
We would go to the vet tomorrow,
While we all feared, while we all sorrowed.
We were uncertain what would become of our loved soul,
Will he be able to live, or pay the biggest toll.
We later figured out, that his life was not meant to be,
He would die soon, and he would start his eternal sleep.
We were all miserable, as we drove him to his end,
We watch him close his eyes for the final time, and then…
There was much heartbreak, so much more misery
Our time with him now, is now past history.
But through all of the melancholy, and all the hearts torn.
He naps peacefully on a cloud, so distant and warm.
T-Bone, April 11, 1996 - February 13, 2012
Sitting outside looking at the sky. Brilliant
hues of blue and orange
split the horizon separating night from day.
A calmness falls like a favorite blanket,
draping my emotions of the day.
There is a choir of crickets chirping in the distance,
lulling God's creatures to sleep.
I see a star so near, yet far and think of you.
I wish upon that star tonight that you, my friend
are laying by the feet of God.
The last of daylight turns to night and my heart
feels heavy once again. As I climb the stairs to fall
in bed, I'll hear the absence of your breath once more.
No heartbeat felt in the palm of my hand, where I used to
hold you as you slept.
I see a star so near, yet far and think of you.
I wish upon that star tonight that you, my friend
are laying by the feet of God.
As I close my eyes I hope to dream of you,
my young sweet pup, playing in the garden
of my mind. Chasing the tennis ball that I once
threw as you tiredlessly brought it back to my side.
I see a star so near, yet far and think of you.
I wish upon that star tonight that you and I, my friend
will be laying by the feet of God.
Written by Ginny Pospisil
Tardy Peebucket, March 1, 2008 - April 25, 2012
The Passing of my Little Hero
When Tardy Peebucket was born fourteen years ago, he didn't know he was different, he didn't know he was special, he didn't know he was going to change my life, and he sure didn't know he would help save the lives of thousands of other kitties like him all over the world.
Tardy was born with cerebellar hypoplasia, a birth defect that makes a wobbley kitty. There is no cure, but they don't get worse.Indeed, they learn to compensate for their disability and can live long healthy lives. Fourteen years ago, a lot of vets were telling people to euthanize these kittens. There was very little on the internet about CH, so people didn't know enough to question the vets.
Tardy knew that was wrong! So first we started a community of fellow CH parents from all around the world, we had a group and we all discussed the trials and tribulations, the ups and downs of living with a CH kitty. http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/chkittyclub/ Still very active after all these years.
Next we started a website, www.CHKittyClub.com and Tardy became the CH kitty club poster boy. Many many people wander though the CH Kitty Club, and many join and post their CH kitty's story and picture. The website has evolved a lot since the start.
In October of 2010 we started the CH Kitty Club newsletter, which is when Tardy Peebucket became the president of the CH Kitty Club (and the Universe). The newsletter solidified our CH community and has really brought our members together. http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs092/1103648189830/archive/1103771876396.html
A few months ago we started a CH Kitty Club Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/CHKittyClubVideos/featured It's fun seeing everyones CH kitty in motion : )
Tardy Peebucket is a hero in my mind, and the love I have for him is so special.
Yesterday I went into his room and he was sitting by the door and I knew right away something was not right. I took him to the vet and they did some bloodwork and started him on an IV drip. He stayed the night. By morning he was in an oxygen tank and breathing badly. He died at nine A.M., April 25, 2012.
He saved so many, but I couldn't save him. My heart is broken on so many levels it's almost unbearable.
So, although he didn't know he was different, he didn't know he was special, he didn't know he was going to change my life, and he sure didn't know he would help save the lives of thousands of other kitties like him all over the world, he DID know he was loved every second of his life.
Good night my little prince, save me a spot up
Taz, 09/12/03 - 02/19/12
Tazzy, you stole my heart that very first night. A scared little stray kitten we captured from the subzero outdoors. Daddy talked me into trying to catch you even though I said I didn't want a kitty. We caught you in the live trap and you were so terrified. You were such a little kitten!! We gave you a warm bath in the ice cream pail, lathering you up with Johnson's Baby shampoo. You were our baby girl from that moment on. I knew the moment you looked into my eyes that we would be forever friends. My once in a lifetime kitty.
Your unconditional love, your devotion to us, always making sure you shared your love; you taught me how to be a better person, sweetheart. I miss you so much baby! We only had you for eight, short years. You were taken away much too soon. I am grateful for the time we did have together, but I wish that it had been longer. A part of me died with you that day. My life will never be the same.
I miss having you wait for me on the back of the couch in the window. I still look for you every night when I come home. I want so badly to be able to ask again through the door "Are there any pretty kitties in there?" and have you "Meow" in response. The house is so empty without you. I look for you and see you everywhere. The house just isn't home anymore without you here.
I miss you kneading my neck, waking me up at all hours of the night to get under the covers, having to go downstairs 25-30 times a day and night to "have a snack", just hanging out with you, snuggled on the couch with me. I miss the way you would look me in the eyes. You had such beautiful, clear, green eyes. I always said you were the most beautiful kitty in the whole, wide world and I meant it. Many people agreed. When they saw you, they always commented about how beautiful you were. And soft. You were very soft. One of the emergency care vets said you were "bunny soft" and for the last year and a half of your life you were "Our bunny soft kitty".
I miss camping with you. Those were our best times together. You on your harness exploring. Trying to catch butterflies, grasshoppers and dragonflies. Waiting under the bird feeder, watching the birds. Giving me that sassy look when I would hold the leash tight when you'd try to catch one of the birds, as if to say "I coulda had that one if you'd only let me." I put a dragonfly solar light next to your rock. It's to mark it so that you can see it from Rainbow Bridge or from heaven, wherever it is that you are right now. I know that you have made it to some place where you have been restored to your happy, healthy and pain-free self. For that I am grateful.
My heart belongs to you, baby girl. Always and forever. Many people have asked me if I will get another kitty. I do not know. But if I do, that kitty will never occupy the space in my heart that you do and always will. Someday I hope that we will be reunited in heaven and spend the rest of eternity together. You were taken from me way too soon.
I am sorry I could not save you, Sweetpea. I hope that you know that I did everything I could to try to make you better. I do not know what happened in the end. I have relived the last months and days over and over. I wish I could go back in time. But I can't and I have to live the rest of my life without you. I know Sidney's Snowden was there to greet you at Rainbow Bridge and that he is your friend now. I cannot wait until we can be together again. I will smother you with kitty kisses baby girl!
I am eternally grateful for your love, my Tazzy
girl. You were my best friend and my life will never be the same
now that you are gone. Until we are together again, run, be free
and watch for me because I will come for you. I will dedicate
the rest of my life to making sure I am worthy of meeting you at
Rainbow Bridge and taking you to heaven to spend eternity with
me. Until that day, my beautiful Tazzy, I send all my love and
kitty kisses to you.
Teddy (Theodore Bear), Dec 1999 - May 16, 2012
You climbed my leg with those baby claws and sat
in the middle of my keyboard, how could I turn you away? My best
friend, you let me use you as giant furry tissue for almost a
full year after my mom died, you never complained. You spent
everyday at my side, head resting on my lap every time I would
sit down, my big fat shitty kitty, my big old purr pot, you
never asking for any thing but an belly rub. YOU were supposed
to be with me till I died. I was not supposed to lose you this
soon...we should have had another 10 years together. My heart is
aching, I couldn't let the cancer make you suffer, could you
feel me rubbing your belly as you took your last breath? Did I
do the right thing?
I'll love you forever my sweet Teddy Bear.
Teddy, you gave us many years of companionship and love. Such a wonderful leader you always were. You trained Jake! You even trained me! You will be greatly missed my sweet Teddy. Now, go chase some squirrels with Bob.
Tee Mix, 4/15/78 - 1/3/12
Tee you were the love of my life. My best friend, someone I could always count on. You gave me so many great years of riding and I hope you enjoyed the years I gave you in retirement. Even though you were a stallion you were the most gentle soul. You never did anything in meaness, you were always understanding and kind.
Many will say the 33 years I had with you should have been enough but it wasnt. I know that is very old but I (and everyone) expected you to live forever. The vet always called you bullet proof because of your will to live. Like the time 3 years ago you choked on hay and should not have pulled through (vets gave you a 2-4% chance), but you did. I am glad I listened to you and your eyes and treated you then because we had 3 extra years together. Last week though I looked into your eyes and you told me it was time, so you left and I miss you so much. I cry everyday and just want to hold everything of yours close to me.
I know you are running free and in a meadow with a stream running through it and all the horse and animal buddies you could ever want. You are free of pain and sound again. I can just see you bucking in sheer joy. I will see you again someday my dear buddy and we will walk side by side in the meadows.
I love you so much Tee, remember that forever my
Tessa, March, 1997 - January 12, 2012
Tessa - you came to us and were so afraid. You learned to love us and became the matriarch of the family. NO ONE could make us laugh like you did. You loved to eat, you loved to purr and you loved your lap time. I know this past year has been rough on you - the kidney failure took so much out of you. We know you are not in pain anymore and can run and play with Christy and Taffy at the Bridge. Fly high, baby girl! We'll miss you!
When Ken (my husband, your best friend) passed away in Nov. 2010, I didn't know what to do. I was lost. It was only because of you I got up each day. You were very demanding about your morning walks. I know how much you missed Ken, but you were so giving to me; you became my best friend. I don't know how I would have made it without you. Now you have gone. I know you are now with Ken and you will both be waiting for me when my time comes.
I will miss you every day. I pray I was as good to you as you were to me.
I love you always....
Tiger, April 2, 1996 - February 7, 2012
Tiger Told Me To
Dedicated to Rear Admiral Raizo "Tiger" Tanaka
April 2, 1996 - February 7, 2012
(translated from Cat by Rich Sartore)
I was just a tiny kitten when your home I came to share
and got to know the cats you loved and loved you in return.
Twice the passing of four seasons, was all your Tiger had to spare
to be my friend, to romp and play and help with all I had to learn.
"I've loved this home with all my heart" big Tiger said just then,
"I'll soon be off to Rainbow Bridge, they're waiting for me there.
And when it's time for you to leave, that's where we'll meet again.
But now it's time for you to listen to all I have to share."
"Pay heed to all I tell you, there's much you'll have to do
when I'm no longer with you and lay sleeping on the dune.
I'll be with Kitty Hawk and Admiral and our mom Tasha, too,
and all my feline family, they know I'll be there soon."
The day you brought your Tiger home, I heard you softly cry.
And then I knew the time had come for you and he to part.
Now Tiger's gone, there's just one cat with many ways to try
to fill the spot that Tiger held so deep within your heart.
In the early morning darkness, I'll be your kitchen troll
who cries and purrs for breakfast and nibbles at your heel.
I'll wander purring under foot until you fill my bowl,
and look at you with thankful eyes before I start my meal.
I'll take your seat when you get up and snuggle in the warm
then refuse to let you sit back down whenever you return.
Then one of many daily tasks I'll help you to perform
is tying up your shoelaces, just as soon as I can learn.
I'll prowl the yard and stroll the dune each morning after dawn
and chatter at the birds and squirrels as they go tree to tree.
I'll stalk the bugs and critters and chase butterflies off the lawn,
then sit in stately majesty and watch them as they flee.
I'll take some time each afternoon and find some sunny spots
to snooze a bit and warm my fur and dream for just a while.
And when I'm done I'll stretch and yawn with many happy thoughts,
then greet you every evening with a purr and kitty smile.
And when my growling tummy says the time is nearly five,
I'll lead you to the kitchen and bemoan the empty dish.
I'll purr and fuss and force, in every way I can contrive,
so you'll relent and serve to me that lonely can of fish.
Then I'll help you sort your papers, rub the corners of your chair,
and sprawl across your desktop leaving precious little room,
and send all the stuff that's in my way sailing through the air.
Then I'll listen to you patiently while you fuss and fume.
And late at night when you're asleep and cozy in your bed,
I'll snuggle close and slowly wash the dune sand from my fur.
And when you stir and pat my head I'll stop and then instead
just let you know that I'm content with an ever softer purr.
It's difficult to fill big paws, but I told him that I would.
So I will try with all my might, 'cause Tiger said I should.
I hope I can remember, with so many things to do,
I'll try real hard to get them right 'cause Tiger told me to.
Tiggs, April 2011 - 05/01/2012
My sweet little Tiggs I can't believe you are gone. Our time together was too short I thought we would have many many years together. I thought that by keeping you an indoor cat I could keep you safe but that wasn't to be. I feel so heartbroken, you felt like a child to me. Some people might think thats an over the top feeling for a 9 month old kitty but we had a bond. I feel that no-one understands how much I'm going to miss you.I remember the day that we collected you and you picked your own name from the back of the jeep! You were such a live wire and a character, the king of the house! I will miss all our games, play fighting and playing hide and seek - you pouncing from doorways and from under the bed at me and me hiding on you and jumping out at you - you loved it! Playing with mr frog and mr slug! I'll miss your little inquistive ways and you supervising when I was cleaning out your litter tray! I'll miss you kissing me with your nose especially in bed at night and waking us up by putting your furry little paws each side of our faces and licking our chins. How you were the boss of the house and used to slap us with your paw when you didn't like what we were doing and puffing your chest out! but you still loved getting kisses all over your face! I can't believe I can only see your little furry grey face in photos now. I hope you know how much you are loved my little boy, my little love. You filled my life with love and joy and now I feel the joy is gone from my life. Love you forever my little boy xxx
Tilly, January 30, 2012
When I met 12 year-old Tilly at a local shelter,
I heard the word “unsalvageable” used to describe her. Something
in her eyes told me she didn’t feel the same way, and I brought
her home. Tilly was shy and quiet, but barked in protest if
anyone (visitors included), tried to leave the house. Although
she loved a lap and taking walks, she enjoyed prepping her
special blanket into the perfect “cave,” or finding her favorite
spot on the grass to soak up the sunshine. For 3 years, she
taught me that a senior pet can bring a special kind of joy and
unconditional love into one’s heart and home. She was a very
brave little girl who never once complained. Tilly, I will
always love you and miss you, but we’ll meet again someday. Wear
your wings proudly, fly over the Rainbow Bridge and run free.
Tiny Tim, 11/8/2011 - 1/6/2012
In loving memory of Tiny Tim.
You were a beautiful baby canary. You will be sorely missed, but you are flying in Heaven now with God's Angels.
God Bless and keep you in his tender care until we meet again!
Matthew 10:29 Can you not buy two sparrows for a penny? And yet not one falls to the ground without your Father knowing.
Regina & Eric
Tita (Coquette), 1994 - February 10, 2012
Well my "Little Girl" you are now with Terminator (See tribute June 2010) I told him I would take good care of you and I did.
You have been the most amazing cat and friend for 17 & 1/2 years. You were my soul mate. Your intense presence has comforted me so deeply. You sat on my chest and stood watch on my bed when I had migraines or was sick. You never left my side. I loved the way you loved to play and your very creative ways in doing so. You were so skiddish (Skitty) and fearful, but yet so close. The vacum was not your friend. You LOVED your treats thrown to you as I left the apartment each time. You looked in cubbords on your hind feet, like a human. You were a sickly cat, but always managed to survive. You took care of Terminator and stayed by his side till he went over the rainbow bridge. I just thank God he gave me an extra year and eight months after he left. They said you only had seven months left.
I had to give you the gift of letting you go and not suffering anymore, I didnt want to and I could tell you did not want to leave me all the way to the end.
I now sit in an empty apartment for the first time I have ever been alone for 17 & 1/2 years. Never alone. It is hard and your presence is everywhere. I hope the grief will end soon, I can barely take it. But yet I know you would want me to be happy and well, so I will try to do so.
God had mercy and grace giving you to me. My pastor told me today that out of all the pets God gave me you. And you my dear will always be in my heart, a reminder of God's love for me.
I love you Tita My Little Girl
I do not know your name, your age, your home, or
anything about you, but in the space of two minutes you touched
my life -- and broke my heart. We saw you running loose
along the road on our way home from an ice cream run, and I
swung the car around the block, telling my husband and kids "We
need to get that dog out of danger -- he has a collar and tags,
we'll find his owner and take him home, I'm sure he's jumped a
fence or broken a rope, he looks well cared for." We went
around the block, saw you heading our way, and I got out of the
car. You started to come to me -- dogs usually like me --
and I said "Hi, little doggie, come here..." but you backed,
turned, ran down the sidewalk -- and right out into the traffic,
where you were instantly crushed by a passing car that couldn't
stop, though it tried. I screamed, I cried, I wept, but it
was too late. My husband shoved me in the passenger's
seat, got behind the wheel and pulled away while I wept, as
other people came together to gather you up and take you home to
your family, whoever they are, who will be devastated. I
couldn't bear to look at you. I don't even know your name,
but I pray God took you instantly to the Rainbow Bridge, little
one, for you were sweet and perky and looked to be
much-loved. I hope God will comfort your family. I'm
sorry I wasn't able to take you home to them. I
tried. I'm so terribly, terribly sorry.
Toby, June 2001 - January 7 2012
Today, Saturday January 7th 2012 @ 1:30 PM, I had
to relinquish my beloved Toby's Soul to the "Crossing of the
Rainbow Bridge". He was nothing but the best, most loved,
dearest "FURY FACED COMPANION" in and of my life. I was
fortunate to have him in my life for almost 11 years. He was the
kindest, most loving, sincere, and by far the most incredible
dog I have ever had! He always did everything asked of him and
more, even without asking! He loved going for boat trips, and
wading along the waters edge. Riding in the truck with his
window down, on excursions with his humans and other furry faced
family companions. He was just a happy, kind soul, from puppy
hood to his last second. For the last 2 months he was such a
TROOPER! NEVER A WHIMPER, with pokes, prods, medications,
acupuncture, ultrasound, a blood transfusion, numerous emergency
vet apts. and overnight stays. He was and still will be the
beacon of my travels and journey through life! His last 24 hours
went by peacefully, and I knew he wasn't suffering....only just
his questioning eyes...wondering when I WOULD LET GO!
He was and will be "THE TOBY MAN" forever in my heart! Your Soul Toby, has touched many and will stay within my Soul FOREVER! Peace, happiness and well being to you, and all your other buddies that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge! Your forever human companion, Dawn
Tony, August 2002 - April 12, 2012
My Dear Sweet Tony,
You were my handsome baby boy and you brought me so much joy. I’ll never forget your first night home. You were so sweet and tiny. You and Littleman became best of friends and I hope you have found each other again. I know how much you missed him when he passed. Having to say goodbye to you so unexpectedly, I’m not sure how I will carry on. I love you so much and will miss you forever. Please watch over me from the rainbow bridge and help me someday to help another kitty.
Too Many Cookies, April 18, 1984 - October 19 2011
Miss Cookies, you beautiful palamino overo mare, I miss you so much. There is not a day goes by that I don't think of you and the 23 years we spent together. I could feel you leave as I held your pretty head and said goodbye. I know you were ready to go. Go find the rest of the family and I'll see you again one day.
Toolie, 9/1/2000 - 5/21/2012
My Toolie My Puppy. Our hearts are broken into a
trillion pieces but when we think of you all the love that you
have given us will help to mend it back to new.
We will love you way beyond the moon. We will carry your love to eternity when we will again be with you.
All Our Love are baby pup Our Big Dinosaur people fear you like you are people fear you like you are you are big you are grey your our big gray dinosaur.
We will never ever forget our Baby Pup.
We Love you beyond words.Nanny & Pap Pop.
Tootsie, 06 01 2000 - 14 5 2012
so sorry toots but you were in to much pain and
it was kindest thing and hardest thing to do love and miss you
very also pepsi and toddie who passed away within 3weeks of each
other ny two cats both brother and sister also within 2months of
each other we love and miss them very much i want them to no
that we will be there at raibowbridge wait for them all and that
there brothers and sisters will not be long in joining them as
they are all getting on in years pepsi my sweetheart your dad
said you and toddie will now have beautiful coats and toddie
will no longer have cushions and toots will have her eyesight
back enjoy yourselves at rainbowbridge and watch for us coming
love to all our pets and see you all soon all our love mum dad
joanne and baby jack who keeps saying when are they coming back
love and miss you lots night night god bless
Trebor, 30th June 2008 - 24th January 2012
We love you and miss you so much, "Boba" :'(
Lots and lots and lots of love
Your feline cohorts and your three human "pets" (John, Janet and Anthony)
TRENTON, MARCH 5 2012
MY BABY TRENTON, MY HEART IS ON FIRE FROM SORROW
AND GRIEF.. IT WAS YOU AND ME AND YOU WERE MY SALVATION THROUGH
SO MANY DIFFICULT TIMES PLEASE STAY BY ME IN YOUR SPIRIT.... I
KNOW YOU ARE A ANGEL FOR YOU WERE THE GENTLE GIANT. I LOVE YOU
THIS MOMENT AND FOREVER WILL MEET UP WITH YOU AGAIN I LOVE YOU
Tuxedo (aka Tux), September 2002 - February 5, 2012
My dear sweet Tux was my first pet. He comforted me, gave me many laughs, snuggles, purrs both morning noon and night. He crawled in my lap or slept on my chest. He was my constant companion and sidekick for 9 1/2 years. He never met a stranger - always coming up to visitors wanting a chin or belly rub. He loved to be around people and right in the middle of all the action. Tux mysteriously came down with FIP and in a matter of days he passed away. It was so painful to lose him so suddenly.
Tux, you gave me so much love - more than you ever could know. Thank you for being there for me in good times and bad. You are in my heart forever! Love you, my sweet bay-beee!
Tweetie Layne McCluen, 1993 - March 20, 2012 @ 11:45 AM
Tweety was such a faithful loving friend through many years and some dark valleys. She was there to help us through. She had a wonderful life. Her beautiful calico fur, solid white underneath her chin was like soft rabbit fur. She had bright emerald eyes that always looked at us so lovingly on Friday the 16 of March the vet said she had a stroke. He advised to maybe put her down, but as Tweety gazed at me I knew she wanted to go home. Tweety gave us 4 more beautiful days and she even rallied back, but on the 5th day she was not the same and I knew it was time to let her go. I'm glad the Lord recieved Tweety in that beautiful place I call Heaven. I know she is waiting for us and those beautiful emerald green eyes will be sparkling like never before when she runs to greet us. We Love you friend and it's not goodbye just see you later!
Twix, 08/25/2007 - 01/27/2012
My sweet baby girl I am missing you already. You
knew you were my baby. I should have had many years with you,
but I only got 4.5. You were so full of life. This took us
completely by surprise. You got sick on Mon and by Fri morning
your kidney completely failed. I watch you labor to breath and
meow at the hospital. It broke my heart. You were my baby. You
would come running to me if you heard me upset. You use to
stretch up on my leg to get attention. I taught you how to
"setz, Plotz, drop the ball on command when we played fetch. I
know you are happy up there playing with Samson and Denver. I
hope Mommy's first kitty Patches that I had when I was little
met you at the gates. I am hurting so much, I really feel like
my heart broke. How can you be gone? We had so much more playing
to do. Please come back and visit me in my dreams. I don't want
to let you go. I know that Grandma (my mom) is holding you tight
until the sadness goes away and you can see that I am going to
ok in time. I love you my Sweet Baby Twix I remember the first
time I saw you. You were on a ledge in a little cage and the
shelter. You kept falling off of it cause you were trying to get
our attention. You loved your pookie bear and you ellie the
elephant. There will never be another Kitty like you. You were
one of kind, because you were mine.
RIP My Little Princess Twix. Keep playing until I can be with you again.
I love you and miss you so much, Mommy
Twm, 11/01/1997 - 02/07/2012
For our little Twm. My best friend. My little gentle sweetie. You saw me through all the bad times over the last 14 years, especially in the last year and you were my angel. We also had all those lovely times together and I am heartbroken that you left so rapidly but sleep tight my sweet and Roo and I will miss you loads our 'Tedcat'. xx
Tyler, 05/01/92 - 09/27/96
I love you Tyler and you were never given a
tribute nor do I have your ashes because my dear vet wanted to
find out why you died so suddenly. So I am giving you this
tribute because Bailey and Gina and Otis are here. You were so
gentle and loyal. I was your person. I loved you so much in the
short time we had. I gave you the home you didn't have because
you were a breeder reject. Well, you were number one with me.
You just happily fit in. I shall never forget your loyalty and
gentleness and love. I will always remember you. And the spirits
of you and Bailey always appear to me in the garden and I smile
because you two are poking fun at me. I miss you. And I will be
looking for you at the Bridge. Love you Tyler guy. Don't forget
me. Your spirit lives on in my heart. I love you.
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