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Britt
The veterinarian wanted to euthanize you the day I found you, but I chose to take you home instead.  With your unending curiosity and capacity for love, you lived life to the fullest; an equal to all of God’s creatures.  Sitting outside in the warm sunlight was on of your favorite pass times and the squirrels knew you as a friend. Our Iguana, who tail-smacked every dog, cat and person in our house, gave you a pass when you jumped onto a chair he was already occupying, somehow knowing that you meant no harm.  Pookie loved you so much.  My heart broke when she died but I knew that meant that you two could be together again.  Britt, you will always hold a special place in my heart.  Thank you for sharing your life with us.
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MIEP
First things first - my name - when I was a baby, I liked to nuzzle under my humans' necks.  While doing that, I whispered words.  They thought I was saying peep peep peep peep.  Finally they realized I was saying meep meep meep meep.  Now you can't understand why they didn't spell my name Meep. You are not alone; I lost so much nap time because I had to tell every one the correct spelling-Miep Miep Miep Miep.  No wonder I was totally exhausted most of the time. Other than the spelling of my name, I  loved my human daddy, my human mommy, and my human siblings unconditionally. I am the luckiest girl cat in the world. My human family described me as beautiful, bright, very determined, loyal, very curious, and lovable especially with my human daddy. As with most families, there were a few bumps along the road. A big bump was all of my toys were on the coffee table. I had such a wonderful time knocking them all onto the floor to drag them through out the house.  That was the bump that required me to listen to my human daddy and human mommy explaining to me that the items were not my toys; they were valuable knicks knacks and for me to never touch the coffee table or any items on the coffee table. Humans are so silly to think I understood what they were saying, although I had my very serious face on.  Next bump-some one thought it would be good for me to have company during the day.  Big problem-the company was the neighbors' dog. Being brilliant, I turned a negative into a positive. I blamed the dog for everything-the junk on the coffee table scattered throughout the house, trash cans turned upside down, toilet paper strewn throughout the house, my litter box turned upside down, and on and on. Unfortunately in May 2016 I was very sick and knew I had to leave my human family; I cried and cried as they did too. Again I turned a negative into a positive - there is the Rainbow Bridge, and I ran as fast as I could into the open arms of my cat mommy, cat daddy and my cat siblings.  All tears of joy. I know now that when it is time for my humans to cross the Rainbow Bridge I will greet them with my wide open arms.  All tears of joy.
HOSS
04/1995 - 04/08/2016 - When I woke up that morning and you weren't on the bed,
I knew something was wrong. Going out into the front room and seeing you
sitting hunched up on my jacket, I knew it was time for that inevitable terrible last trip to the vet
Hoss, you will forever be in my heart and mind, thanks for all the great
memories, my best buddy!
Doofus
In loving memory of my blind rescue sweetheart, Empress Doofus von Poppy-Butt, passed Oct 3, 2016  two weeks short of her 18 th birthday. She is forever in my heart and my thoughts.
I am making this donation in loving memory of my cat Tot. She was a shelter rescue cat and a beautiful, gentle spirit. She had been abused by her owner, was super skinny and skittish. After many years of gentle love and plenty of food she became a plump little girl who loved snuggles. She was still nervous around people but in the last year before her passing she actually started coming out to meet new people on her own. She met me at the door every day and there was rarely a moment when she was not sitting in my lap. I have never had a connection to another animal like I did with her. I recently had to make the difficult decision to have her put to sleep due to a wasting kidney disease. She has lost from 10 pounds to 6 pounds. I want to help support other rescue cats in her memory. Thank you so much for allowing me to come visit your cats and fill my kitty love meter.
TOT
Chip Baby Damrow
This is for Chip Baby Damrow.  He would do chores. Wake up the birds. Wake me up in the mornings. Helped me during my gastroparesis beginning. I almost died in 2005.  They said I wouldn’t live past 2006.  He was my security blanket.  He is missed.
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The veterinarian wanted to euthanize you the day I found you, but I chose to take you home instead.  With your unending curiosity and capacity for love, you lived life to the fullest; an equal to all of God’s creatures.  Sitting outside in the warm sunlight was on of your favorite pass times and the squirrels knew you as a friend. Our Iguana, who tail-smacked every dog, cat and person in our house, gave you a pass when you jumped onto a chair he was already occupying, somehow knowing that you meant no harm.  Pookie loved you so much.  My heart broke when she died but I knew that meant that you two could be together again.  Britt, you will always hold a special place in my heart.  Thank you for sharing your life with us.
Britt
 A minimum $10 donation we would be pleased to honor  your loved one with a permanent memorial on our Rainbow Bridge Memorial page. If you would like to make a donation using your Visa or Mastercard, please click below. The site is safe and secure and encrypted
First things first - my name - when I was a baby, I liked to nuzzle under my humans' necks.  While doing that, I whispered words.  They thought I was saying peep peep peep peep.  Finally they realized I was saying meep meep meep meep.  Now you can't understand why they didn't spell my name Meep. You are not alone; I lost so much nap time because I had to tell every one the correct spelling- Miep Miep Miep Miep.  No wonder I was totally exhausted most of the time. Other than the spelling of my name, I loved my human daddy, my human mommy, and my human siblings unconditionally. I am the luckiest girl cat in the world. My human family described me as beautiful, bright, very determined, loyal, very curious, and lovable especially with my human daddy. As with most families, there were a few bumps along the road. A big bump was all of my toys were on the coffee table. I had such a wonderful time knocking them all onto the floor to drag them through out the house.  That was the bump that required me to listen to my human daddy and human mommy explaining to me that the items were not my toys; they were valuable knicks knacks and for me to never touch the coffee table or any items on the coffee table. Humans are so silly to think I understood what they were saying, although I had my very serious face on.  Next bump-some one thought it would be good for me to have company during the day.  Big problem- the company was the neighbors' dog. Being brilliant, I turned a negative into a positive. I blamed  the dog for everything- the junk on the coffee table scattered throughout the house, trash cans turned upside down, toilet paper strewn throughout the house, my litter box turned upside down, and on and on. Unfortunately in May 2016 I was very sick and knew I had to leave my human family; I cried and cried as they did too. Again I turned a negative into a positive - there is the Rainbow Bridge, and I ran as fast as I could into the open arms of my cat mommy, cat daddy and my cat siblings.  All tears of joy. I know now that when it is time for my humans to cross the Rainbow Bridge I will greet them with my wide open arms.  All tears of joy.
MIEP
04/1995 - 04/08/2016 - When I woke up that morning and you weren't on the bed, I knew something was wrong. Going out into the front room and seeing you sitting hunched up on my jacket, I knew it was time for that inevitable terrible last trip to the vet. Hoss, you will forever be in my heart and mind, thanks for all the great memories, my best buddy!
HOSS
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Doofus
In loving memory of my blind rescue sweetheart, Empress Doofus von Poppy-Butt, passed Oct 3, 2016  two weeks short of her 18 th birthday. She is forever in my heart and my thoughts.
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TOT
I am making this donation in loving memory of my cat Tot. She was a shelter rescue cat and a beautiful, gentle spirit. She had been abused by her owner, was super skinny and skittish. After many years of gentle love and plenty of food she became a plump little girl who loved snuggles. She was still nervous around people but in the last year before her passing she actually started coming out to meet new people on her own. She met me at the door every day and there was rarely a moment when she was not sitting in my lap. I have never had a connection to another animal like I did with her. I recently had to make the difficult decision to have her put to sleep due to a wasting kidney disease. She has lost from 10 pounds to 6 pounds. I want to help support other rescue cats in her memory. Thank you so much for allowing me to come visit your cats and fill my kitty love meter.
Chip Baby Damrow
This is for Chip Baby Damrow.  He would do chores. Wake up the birds. Wake me up in the mornings. Helped me during my gastroparesis beginning. I almost died in 2005.  They said I wouldn’t live past 2006.  He was my security blanket.  He is missed.