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  This pet cat obituaries section was created as a memorial to our beloved feline friends. Please submit your short comments and a picture by pressing the email button to the right.

Tabby Jo (March/90 - Sept. 1/07)
  She was the sweetest cat, my constant companion and the love of my life for almost seventeen years. I will forever miss her strength, loyalty and love.
Rest in Peace Tabs…

We got our Rockee (Male Handsome Cat) from the North Shore Animal League in 1992 when he was about 6 months old., On April 21, 2009 I had to put by buddy my best friend and pal to sleep, he apparently either fell down or had a stroke and just could not walk anymore and was in a lot of pain..
I miss him so much as does my wife and son , he gave us so much more then we gave back to him, he will be missed and never forgotten.
Rockee we will always love you

JOSIE HUGHES (1990-2009)
  Josie Hughes lived a full life and passed away quietly April 30, 2009. He first met his adoptive mother, Ellen, in 1993. He had been abandoned and was cold, wet and hungry.  He soon made himself at

home with his mother and his half-brother, Reggae (black cat). He was named Josephine (after the street he lived on), but after a trip to the vet, his name was changed to Josie. He loved hamburger, milk, salmon and his catnip stuffed Cocktail Weiner Dog. He did not trust dogs, and hated squirrels, crows and funny smells. He enjoyed his years as the top cat on the block. He once beat up two cats trespassing in his backyard. For his efforts he received a hole in his ear. He wanted an earring, but his mother nixed that idea, along with his desire for some tats. After another fight, he suffered a puncture in his cheek. After minor surgery, he donned an Elizabethan collar and became interested in Shakespeare. Reggae and he once enticed a squirrel into their home for fun. Their mother soon helped the squirrel escape, but a good time was had by all (well, maybe not the squirrel). He lived for a while in Santa Fe where he lived out his fantasy of his version of the Running of the Bulls. He left home for three days and ran the arroyos chasing rabbits and dodging coyotes. Josie’s brother, Reggae, passed away in 2004. Josie is survived by his mother, Ellen, who sends her love and misses him dearly. In lieu of cat treats, donations may be made to the I Hate Squirrels Association.

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No amount of time can erase the memory of a good cat, and no amount of masking tape can ever totally remove it's fur from your couch.

One, two, three, four
A cat is knocking at my door

Five, six, seven, eight
Let it in, I cannot wait

Then there's the nine and ten
It's time to start all over again

We really wish it wan't true
But all of life must start from new