Breed Unknown/Birman
Picture of Emma, a female Breed Unknown/Birman

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Age: 21 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 7 lbs.

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:

Blue Point

To be rubbed - belly & back at the same time.

When our other kitty jumps at her.

Favorite Toy:
Catnip-stuffed squirrel or a ball of tinfoil.

Favorite Nap Spot:
In a sunny window or next to me.

Favorite Food:
Thanksgiving turkey.

Her friendly nature, her calm demeanor & how she is always there if anyone is hurt or sick.


Arrival Story:
We have been so blessed to have Emma. We met her while visiting a pet store in Yuma, Arizona back in 1997. We were told that "Mama" was about one year old. The store employees told us that she had been dropped off by the owner, who stated that he and his wife were moving out of state, and they would not be able to take their pet with them. The owner apparently stated that the cat had breed papers, but they were already packed up by the movers. We took "Emma" home with us, and haven't ever regretted our decision - not even for a second.

Our guess is that Emma is either a Birman or a Ragdoll.

Forums Motto:
Emma - our lover

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 3rd 2010 More than 7 years!

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Emma has passed away

So very sad

March 25th 2010 2:10 pm
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On March 7th, 2010, we awoke to see our sweet Emma for the last time. I cannot even continue writing this, because her death is very painful to discuss right now. Our home has a very different dynamic without her. She was gentle and quiet, loving and concerned about each of us. I wish I knew where she came from, and I wish I knew her breed for sure. What I do know, is she was an angel, who succumbed to liver failure way too soon. I fervently pray and wish that our pets will greet us in our life after death - wherever that is. Having owned tens of pets in my lifetime, I can say with certainly that Emma was a gem. We will love her and miss her forever. God bless our baby.

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