by Bjorn Lynne
This section is dedicated to our
wonderful feline companions who have crossed the
Rainbow Bridge. We will never forget them. The candle
burns eternal in our hearts in memorium for them. We
would be honored to include your friend in the
tribute section. Please e-mail us their photo and
your dedication to them.
Tito was a lovely friend to owner Pam
Orr and crossed the Rainbow Bridge at the age of 16.
He is missed very much. Pam says this of him: "No one could have had a
better companion for sixteen years. I doubt there
will be another "Tito". I am grateful to
have had him in my life for so long. I am not quite
the same without him".
Lacey. She was owned by Barb and Penny in
Connecticut. Lacey was the inspiration for their
interest in the Turkish Van. She obviously loved
wading in the water, liked to go canoe fishing with
Barb, ate an occasional shoelace, and liked to sit on
the roof. Although Lacey was only with them for a
year, Penny and Barb miss her very much.
was adopted as an adult from the Humane Society by
Robert and Kylie in California and they never
regretted it for a moment. He was very loving and
enjoyed head butts and baths with his favorite human.
"Oscar was very devoted to us - it was a great
feeling to know we were special to him." He was
much loved and missed very much.
was adopted as a kitten and lived in Switzerland with
his owner Susanna. She says this of Oreo: "He
was my all-time favorite cat ever - very, very
clever, playful, demanding, stubborn but also very
loving and people-oriented. I always said that he was
a dog in a cat's body - running to the door when the
bell chimed to see who is coming, plopping on their
feet, "asking" to be petted, retrieving the
stocking balls I used to make for him and bringing
them back to me."
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