CRICKET
Cricket, a 15 year old Maine Coon Cat who passed away today 4/10/2013 after 15 years. She was abandoned at birth by an uncaring person on my daughters porch, before her eyes were even open. My daughter raised her and gave her a home for 15 years. Cricket wasn't the most friendly or affectionate cat toward me but she was still a queen of cats loving my daughter and her husband. She has a place in cat heaven and will always have a place in our hearts. 
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Saucy
In loving memory of Linus
My lovely, gorgeous, luscious Saucy. You were found under a tomato plant, hence your unique name that fits you like a glove.  When you were not any bigger than my hand, you came into my life and you kept me up much like a newborn baby, licking my face and head all night, mewing and wanting to play.  What is funny is you never lost that adoring love for your family, even at the end when the tumor decided to make itself the victor.  You accepted a toddler as your best friend despite his overzealous affection, and as he tempered with age your love for him grew.  The bond between Max and you was unbreakable, and you waited for him to get her so you could be with him your final days.  Your kind, unassuming, and docile nature was apparent every day, and there was not ever one time you swiped at, bit or hurt anyone, even if they deserved it.  You showed your love for your fur-brother and sister, trying as you might to groom and comfort them when you could.  You were the balance between their ying and yang. You made me feel loved when I was most lonely, and there were many lonely nights when your dad was away when I would cry.  Those were the nights you would jump in my lap and cuddle until my legs fell asleep.  You were not just a cat,  you were my child, and I will always love you. Until I see you again at the Rainbow bridge.  I know Adonai will watch over you, and you will be feasting on tuna and having your neck scratched. I love you and I will miss you more than I can express in words.  Your memory will always be a bless to this family
One of the best cats that ever lived. The love and pleasure he gave during his too short life will always be cherished and remembered.  Linus is loved and missed. Love always, Shannon
In Loving Memory of Merry
Although it’s been a long time since Merry went to the Rainbow Bridge, she will always be remembered, loved and missed. Love forever, Shannon
KIRA
  What a beauty!  Not one white hair-and those amazing bright lime green eyes! Kira came to me as a stray.  Her brother was the scout and once he decided he was going to adopt me he brought her in with him.  I wasn’t sure I wanted three cats, but I’m so glad I kept them both.  My old cat Smokey wasn’t pleased about the additions, but he and Ralphie bonded.  He only tolerated Kira. Kira went out to the garden one fall day 2 years ago to roll around in the catnip and never came back.  She was not a people friendly kitty.  I was the only one she would come up to.  Visitors in my house never saw so much as a whisker. I looked everywhere and offered a reward for her.  I call her name to every black kitty I see,  I still wait for her to come home.  But in my heart I think she has crossed the Rainbow Bridge somehow.  Not knowing what happened is the hardest. Kira:  Ralphie, Smokey and I miss you so much!  Your roses are going to bloom this year.  But as beautiful as a rose is, it can’t compare to what a sweet, lovely little lady you are!
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CRICKET
Cricket, a 15 year old Maine Coon Cat who passed away today 4/10/2013 after 15 years. She was abandoned at birth by an uncaring person on my daughters porch, before her eyes were even open. My daughter raised her and gave her a home for 15 years. Cricket wasn't the most friendly or affectionate cat toward me but she was still a queen of cats loving my daughter and her husband. She has a place in cat heaven and will always have a place in our hearts. 
For 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
Saucy
In loving memory of Linus
My lovely, gorgeous, luscious Saucy. You were found under a tomato plant, hence your unique name that fits you like a glove.  When you were not any bigger than my hand, you came into my life and you kept me up much like a newborn baby, licking my face and head all night, mewing and wanting to play.  What is funny is you never lost that adoring love for your family, even at the end when the tumor decided to make itself the victor.  You accepted a toddler as your best friend despite his overzealous affection, and as he tempered with age your love for him grew.  The bond between Max and you was unbreakable, and you waited for him to get her so you could be with him your final days.  Your kind, unassuming, and docile nature was apparent every day, and there was not ever one time you swiped at, bit or hurt anyone, even if they deserved it.  You showed your love for your fur-brother and sister, trying as you might to groom and comfort them when you could.  You were the balance between their ying and yang. You made me feel loved when I was most lonely, and there were many lonely nights when your dad was away when I would cry.  Those were the nights you would jump in my lap and cuddle until my legs fell asleep.  You were not just a cat,  you were my child, and I will always love you. Until I see you again at the Rainbow bridge.  I know Adonai will watch over you, and you will be feasting on tuna and having your neck scratched. I love you and I will miss you more than I can express in words.  Your memory will always be a bless to this family
In Loving Memory of Merry
Although it’s been a long time since Merry went to the Rainbow Bridge, she will always be remembered, loved and missed. Love forever, Shannon
KIRA
  What a beauty!  Not one white hair-and those amazing bright lime green eyes! Kira came to me as a stray.  Her brother was the scout and once he decided he was going to adopt me he brought her in with him.  I wasn’t sure I wanted three cats, but I’m so glad I kept them both.  My old cat Smokey wasn’t pleased about the additions, but he and Ralphie bonded.  He only tolerated Kira. Kira went out to the garden one fall day 2 years ago to roll around in the catnip and never came back.  She was not a people friendly kitty.  I was the only one she would come up to.  Visitors in my house never saw so much as a whisker. I looked everywhere and offered a reward for her.  I call her name to every black kitty I see,  I still wait for her to come home.  But in my heart I think she has crossed the Rainbow Bridge somehow.  Not knowing what happened is the hardest. Kira:  Ralphie, Smokey and I miss you so much!  Your roses are going to bloom this year.  But as beautiful as a rose is, it can’t compare to what a sweet, lovely little lady you are!
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One of the best ats that ever lived.  The love and pleasure he gave during his short life will always be cherished and remembered.  Linus is loved and missed. Love always,  Shannon
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