In Loving Memory

Rocket Perez

 June 2008 - Feb 2011

Rocket was an amazingly beautiful bengal cat born with a heart defect.  His owners gave him a home knowing that his life span would be short, never knowing how much joy and love he would add to their life.  Rocket went into heart failure in December 2010 and was managed with medications and other treatments until February 4, 2011.  (Thanks to Dr. Keith Strickland for his time and attention to Rocket).   He was a very blessed kitty, and the love his owners felt for him will never be forgotten, by them or by me.

Our precious friends,

many of which left our lives much too soon. We honor you, and the joy you brought to our lives. We thank you for sharing your brief time on earth with us.

""We who choose to surround ourselves with lives even more temporary than our own, live within a fragile circle; easily and often breached. Unable to accept its awful gaps, we would still live no other way. We cherish memory as the only certain immortality, never fully understanding the necessary plan." ----Irving Townsend

Boo Davenport
1996-2011

Boo was the beloved companion of Miss Doris, a retired nurse. Hewas such an incredible scaredy-cat, almost giving himself a heart attack out of fear at the vet's office. Dear Miss Doris couldn't bear to see him anxious, so they were both happy that I would come see him. After a brave fight against diabetes, Boo went to the Rainbow Bridge in February 2011 at 15 years of age, with his mother singing his favorite song "Darling Clementine" into his ear. One of the most beloved cats ever. He will be so missed.

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