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Dear sweet Bonnie baby. You were so small yet you touched lives in a big way. You absence causes a huge void. You gave your parents 8 years of joy and happiness and you left a lifetime of memories for them to cherish. Thank you for all that you brought to their lives. RIP 12/28/10
To my beautiful little boy Zhangy. When I saved your life from that restaurant in Beijing little did I know what joy you would bring me in my life. You were my faithful and loving companion in China, Germany and back in the USA. You were my lap kitty and, to this day, I still feel the emptiness in my lap. I know you are at peace now and watching over me. Thank you for the 13 wonderful years you were in my life. Too short but better than never having known you at all. I miss you! RIP 9/28/2010.
My beloved Fufu (black and white) crossed the rainbow bridge on December 7, 2011. In July 1995 I saved him,  his three brothers and his little sister, they were just a few days old. Fufu stayed with me and was my  companion, so affectionate, so soothing, and also Pepette's one (this grey and white princess left us  on March 26, 2010). He saved me. He was a warrior, very brave until the end, despite his kidney disease. He was a very beautiful soul and I miss him so much even though I know he left peacefully without suffering too much. He was and will be forever my Angel. Thank you for all, you taught me so many great lessons. I love you my Baby-Cat. Christine (Brittany - France)
It's taken me a while to write this letter. It hasn't been easy since I lost my very special cat Griffin on February 14. This past Valentine's Day, I had to put my 11-year-old best friend to sleep. He had been sick for several months and didn't seem to be responding to any treatment. It just came to the point where a decision had to be made. It was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do, and I miss him all the time. Griffin has a long and interesting story, but I'll try to make it brief and share the basics. He came from a farm and was the runt of the litter. I fell in love with him at first sight. He was playful and determined and the white tip on his tail was adorable. His energy levels were through the roof, and he always made me smile. When he hit about 5 or 6, I started to notice he was bumping into furniture. Eventually he started having accidents, and I took him to a vet who immediately told me, "He's blind." I cried in the vet's office, not knowing what that meant for his future, or what to do. Thankfully, I had a very supportive vet (Dr. McGuire at Queen Village Animal Hospital in Philadelphia). He recommended a kitty eye doctor (I had no idea they existed!), who told me Griffin had maybe 5-10% vision. I couldn't afford the expensive tests to find out why, so I took him home and just tried to cope with it. I did a lot of reading about how blind cats led happy lives, and I made a few minor adjustments to the house. Griffin amazed me with how adaptable he was. My other cat (a very sassy tuxedo girl named Sascha) is far more finicky than Griffin ever was. He never stopped jumping into the window to enjoy the sun, or figuring out how to climb on things. We had many happy years and he was always my best buddy, snuggling and loving me when I needed it. Several years were very rough for me, but I was able to pull through with good friends, loving family, and my two kitties who brought smiles to my face. As Griffin aged, he didn't handle stress as easily. He started to change. He became less mobile. He wanted to be a lump of cat in my lap all the time, and I tried to make him as comfortable as possible. Eventually his health started to go, and I couldn't watch him suffer any longer. His disease (cystitis) didn't seem to get better with medication, diet adjustments, etc. This leads me to believe he had some other issues happening. Saying goodbye to him on a holiday that is meant to celebrate love felt so incredibly awful, but it wouldn't have been any easier on another day of the year. He was so loving, and I try to think about it now as though it was a sign — a reminder to love unconditionally and with all your heart, no matter what life throws at you. Griffin is proof that blind cats are capable of so much love and companionship. You support such a wonderful cause, and I'm so glad I came across your organization.  Thanks for letting me share a little bit of Griffin's story with you. Thanks for accepting my humble donation in Griffin's honor. I attached a photo of him. He was very handsome 
In Remembrance of Whiskey River Sanchez. Whiskey came into my life when she was only a few months old and was with me for 18 short years. She is loved and missed not only by us but also by her best friend Tsunami. Until we see you again Baby... 
In Remembrance of Tommy Kat Sanchez Our precious Tommy Kat was just a few months old when we rescued him from the local shelter. We were looking for a lost cat at the time and after numerous unsuccessful trips in hopes of him being found we decided to bring home this kitten that had been at the shelter for weeks. We named him Tommy Kat and he quickly became part of our family. He loved to watch TV with us and would lay on his back waiting for someone to give him a belly rub. Tommy Kat began his journey to the Rainbow Bridge on January 31, 2013 and is survived by his grieving parents Tony & Rhonda, and siblings Tsunami & Stormy who are still at his very moment looking for him. Tommy Kat was preceded on his journey by his sibling Whiskey River Sanchez
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