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This page is to reflect on lost friends, both two legged and four, who have inspired us and left a lasting impression in our lives. Please take a moment to read “The Rainbow Bridge” and to honor the memory of those so deeply missed .
If there were an Opera Society for Cats, Abigail would certainly have been a member. Her purrs and trills were loud and beautiful, and you could hear them all over the house. When you came close to Abigail, you would be serenaded with the sweetest sounds you have ever heard.
Abigail spent most of her life as a “mouser” in a commercial establishment on Long Island, New York. When the building was sold, she was placed at The Humane Society in Manhattan.
As an older gal, and little on the chubby side, too, she was at The Humane Society for a long time. But one day she met the person who would love her dearly for the rest of her life. Before she left, every single volunteer at The Humane Society wanted to say goodbye, so it took a few days for Abigail to arrive at her forever home. And that is because she was the favorite of everyone at The Humane Society, not only because of her beautiful voice, but because she was a very sweet and affectionate girl, and everyone loved her.
Dearest Abigail, your sisters Dolly, Sabrina, and especially your good buddy Kate, miss you very much. And your human “Mom” misses you most of all. Thank you for the 16 months of love and devotion that you shared with us. You will never be forgotten, our dear little angel. 
Prince Frederick Henry William
In honor of Prince Frederick Henry William by Princess Charlotte Isabella, Princess Sophia and the Leibowitz Family. You will never be forgotten and will always be in our hearts.
In honor of Patty, who was very much loved by the Grizos Family and  crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on 8/7/06. 
"Patty, we love you and miss you"
Max may have looked like a cat, but he was really a little person in a fur coat. Max would listen respectfully and then give you his opinion.  He would say “thank you” by nodding his head and bowing to you, quite the courtly gent. You see, Max was a sophisticated New York City cat, and he certainly knew his manners. He lived his thirteen years in a beautiful apartment in Manhattan,  just like the ones you see in fancy architectural magazines. But Max never, ever forgot his roots.  He was a shelter cat, and he knew he was lucky to have a lovely lady named Richelle as his companion human, and she in turn knew she was blessed to have him in her life. So when Max realized it was time to cross over the Rainbow Bridge, he explained to Richelle that he would always be with her in spirit and memory and was departing with the comfort of knowing that he had been loved beyond words. In loving memory of Max, forever.
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