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  Hello cat lovers, care takers, and fellow pet family members. I'll be as respectful and brief as I can be. This pet cat obituaries section was created as a memorial to our beloved feline friends. Newspapers charge to  publish peoples passing's on, now pets can have that privilege for free. Please submit your short comments and a picture by pressing the email button to the right.


She arrived at our home in August 1999. She was about 4 months old. We already had three cats and Mimi fit right in immediately. She passed away on January 24, 2015 after a three month battle with Lymphoma. She was at least 15 3/4 years old. She is preceded in death by her great friends Pharrah, Spooky, Carley, Patchley and Smudge. She leaves behind her younger friends Sadie, Tiger, Tango and Ziggy.
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Mimi loved everybody feline or human. She was the perfect cat. Her human parents Juliane and Tristan will always love her and miss her until we all meet again.

Lucky Velcro (1983 -2002)
  She was the terror of the house, chasing dogs and cats alike. If she didn't know you, you didn't want to know her. But, she was our little terror, and we loved her very much.
  She Lived 13 years and

passed away of Cancer.
Goodbye Lucky, we certainly were.
  From: Mick and Kathy

Reebok Hipsher
  Born april 13th 1989, died may 5th 2005. She has been cremated and her ashes will always be with us. She will never be forgotten or could ever be replaced. She was a special cat and traveled with us in a big rig for many years. She was born in California and died at home in South Dakota
  From: Linda Hipsher

Mr. Tigems  (-10/31/05)
  My wonderful, loving cat Mr. Tigems was hit by a car today and died. Mr. Tigems was like no other cat. Even though he was 3 years old, he thought he was a kitten. He would sleep with my husband and I and suck on our ears. I would be in a deep sleep, and Mr. Tigems would prance in and start in on my ears. His name started out as Tigger, then Tig Tig, then he became Mr. Tigems. That's because he ruled our neighborhood. Every night when I came home from work, he would be waiting on the porch, meowing, being silly. He would kiss me and then go inside with me. He loved to drink out of the sink. He never drank from a bowl. Mr Tigems brought home birds, chipmunks, mice and the occasional frog. What's worse then finding a dead bird in your home? A LIVE one! There will never be another cat like him ever. He has left a humongous hole in our hearts. My husband buried him in our winnie the pooh blanket, with a cross with his name on it. He covered his grave with concrete and wrote Mr. Tigems, Mom and Dad miss You. We will never forget him. We will miss him dearly.
  Tim and Kathie Alexander

Daisy Mae Seibert
(Sept. 5, 2005-Nov. 4, 2005)

  My mother had given my boyfriend and I a little calico kitten, we named her Daisy Mae. She was only about 4 weeks old when we got her, and she was the tiniest little thing. She seemed to be eating ok, but didn't

grow. We took her to the vet and he said she was fine, but later that night she was acting funny, so we took her to the emergency vet. She had a rare kidney disease and had to be put to sleep at the young age of 8 weeks old. I hadn't owned her for very long when she died, but she was my little princess and she was spoiled rotten. That month I got to spend with Daisy was well worth all the tears shed the day she was put to rest. We miss you Daisy Mae, you will always be remembered.
  Cassie & Brian.

Pumpkin (September 27, 2006)
  Pumpkin was our "Little Pumpkinhead" aka "Little Phead". She was our friend unconditionally. She slept on my pillow, feet, belly, and when I was pregnant around my baby belly. She was a beautiful calico with the sweetest purr. We became a
family, because she was homeless and the people next door were abusing her. I do not understand how someone could treat such a sweet little cat so cruel. She seemed to choose me as her best friend and I am much honored that I was the chosen one. She followed me everywhere. We were inseparable. Pumpkin's whole family loved her so much that there is a piece of the family missing. Even though Pumpkin was the alpha kitty that ruled the house, her kitty friend Anastasia misses her very much.
She was fighting diabetes and was suddenly losing the battle to the point that she stopped eating and drinking. We had to make the hardest decision we have ever had to make, but we did not want her to suffer any longer. She is now resting peacefully in heaven.

We love you and miss you Pumpkin!
Wendy, Chris, Dante & Anastasia

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 "No heaven will not ever Heaven be
Unless my cats are there to welcome me."
-Epitaph in a pet cemetery
  The loss of a cat is a terrible thing.
  The taking of a pet under your wing.
  It's a hurt that never goes away.
  A hurt that is felt almost every day.
   But given time you will realize.
  That their love was always the prize.
  As unblinking as their watching eyes.
Written By: Mick
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"The reason cats climb is so that they can look down on almost ever other's also the reason they hate birds."
-KC Buffington

When a cat passes on, it affects us all.
"If a fish is the movement of water embodied, given shape, then cat is a diagram and pattern of subtle air."
-Doris Lessing
I believe cats to be spirits come to earth. A cat, I am sure, could walk on a cloud without coming through.
-Jules Verne