LOOKING DOWN,FROM CAT'S HEAVEN

WE MISS YOU LOT'S

January 22nd 2009 9:41 am
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IT'S SO HARD FOR ME TO COME HERE,AND SEE YOU BOTH.

NOW I KNOW WHAT A HEART FEEL'S LIKE WHEN YOU LOSE A CONSTANT COMPANION,IT ACHES FOREVER,MAYBE GET'S EASIER IN TIME.

YOUR MEMORIES STILL LINGER IN THE HOUSE,WHERE U SAT IN THE SUN,THE WAGON THE BOY'S WOULD PULL YOU IN WITH THEIR STUFFED ANMAL'S..AND WE STILL FIND PLASTIC OF PHOTO'S THAT NINJA WOULD CHEW ON.THE ROCKING CHAIR,THAT PUDDIE WOULD PURR IN WHEN ROCKED.

YOU BOTH ARE THOUGHT OF ALL THE TIME.
JEREMY KEPT YOUR URN'S HE PAID FOR HIMSELF,AS A TEEN,AND STILL HAS YOU CLOSE TO HIS HEART.

HE STILL HAS NOT AND CANNOT REPLACE YOU BOTH.

MAYBE IN TIME,MAYBE IN TIME..

lOVE YOU AND MISS YOU

MOM

 

WE MISS YOU BOTH

December 4th 2008 3:03 pm
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TODAY MOM WENT THRU YOUR OLD PICTURES AND FOUND THIS ONE OF YOU AND YOU BUDDY,JEREMY,YOUR BEST FRIEND EVER.

HE LOVED YOU AND TOOK CARE OF YOU FOR 16 YR'S AND NOW HE HAS GROWN HE STILL MISSES YOU SWEET PUDDIE..WE ALL DO.

NINJA,YOU WERE ALWAYS THE HIDER,NOT THE SOCIAL ONE LIKE PUDDIE,BUT WHEN YOU WANTED LOVED U WERE ON OUR LAP'S AND PURRED LIKE CRAZY,WE MISS YOU TOO,SWEETIE.

HAPPY HOLIDAY'S TO YOU BOTH OVER THE RAINBOW..

I KNOW YOUR PLAYING WITH THOSE CARDBOARD BOXES AND LOVING IT,JUMPING FROM CLOUD FROM CLOUD.

LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU.

LOT'S OF LOVE,
YOUR WHOLE FAMILY~

 

THANKYOU FOR MY ROSETTE

August 7th 2008 10:00 pm
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TO WHOM SENT ME MY BLUE RIBBON-
THANKYOU..SO MUCH

IT WILL BE SHARED,JUST LIKE U DID..WHO EVER YOU ARE.

I WILL SHARE THE "PRIDE"

NINJA AND PUDDIE

 

ANGEL'S AMONG US

April 16th 2008 11:44 am
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WERE WATCHING DOEN ON OUR HUMAN'S..

WE KNOW APRIL HAS NEVER BEEN A GOOD MONTH..

SO WE DEDICATE THIS TO YOU

 

OUR CAT SOCIETY WON SHELTER OF THE WEEK.

April 4th 2008 7:20 am
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https://www.spca.com/spca/shelter/item.php?id=25#

SPCA International is proud to recognize Independent Cat Society as Shelter of the Week. Located in Westville, Indiana, Independent Cat Society has been helping cats in need for over 30 years. The shelter’s goal is to place the homeless cats in their community into safe, loving and lasting homes. Independent Cat Society strives to redefine the meaning of “adoptable” by placing countless older and special needs cats, who otherwise may not have found homes.

Every cat admitted to the Independent Cat Society shelter is thoroughly examined by a veterinarian. The cats are vaccinated and tested, spayed or neutered, receive microchips, and provided medical treatment if necessary. Although they employ a small staff that manages the medication and cleaning of the cats, the shelter is operated primarily by volunteers. Since they are a no-kill shelter, some cats have been residents at the shelter for several years.

Independent Cat Society works very hard to improve the quality of these cats’ lives by reducing the stress typically found in shelter situations. The cats live in colonies with comfortable sleeping areas, rather than cages, and have lots of toys with which to play. Each colony is managed by volunteers who serve as “room parents,” who compassionately offer loving care and special activities for the cats residing in a single room. Additionally, those cats admitted to the shelter who are in need of special medical attention, are recovering from injuries, or are expecting kittens are cared for in loving foster homes where frequent attention and a quiet place to recuperate is provided.

In addition to helping the cats within their care, Independent Cat Society is proud of their activities and programs for the community. In one such program, Independent Cat Society works with local veterinarians to provide certificates for the low cost spay/neuter of cats living with low income individuals. They also have an active trap/neuter/release program to help manage and control feral colonies in the community. The shelter encourages and promotes responsible pet ownership through the provision of cat care information and assistance to the public. Independent Cat Society is also involved in offering humane education, and they recently spearheaded the Furry Fun Fair where local children participate in fun activities while learning about the proper care and treatment of their four-legged friends.

Independent Cat Society’s innovative program, Purrfect Partners, places senior cats in permanent foster homes with qualified seniors at no cost. The program benefits the cats who are given the comforts of home and a warm lap and brings joy to the foster parents who welcome the companionship and love. Volunteers visit monthly to check on the cats, and help to manage any problems. Independent Cat Society is responsible for all costs associated with veterinary care, medications, special diets, and transportation to the vet as needed. Purrfect Pets allows seniors on a fixed income the opportunity to have a cat companion. Partnering seniors with senior cats has proven a win-win situation.

SPCA International hopes you will consider supporting our Shelter of the Week program by making a contribution today.

 

SPCA International is proud to recognize Independent Cat- Society (Westville, IN)

April 1st 2008 8:15 pm
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https://www.spca.com/spca/shelter/item.php?id=25#






SPCA International is proud to recognize Independent Cat Society as Shelter of the Week. Located in Westville, Indiana, Independent Cat Society has been helping cats in need for over 30 years. The shelter’s goal is to place the homeless cats in their community into safe, loving and lasting homes. Independent Cat Society strives to redefine the meaning of “adoptable” by placing countless older and special needs cats, who otherwise may not have found homes.

Every cat admitted to the Independent Cat Society shelter is thoroughly examined by a veterinarian. The cats are vaccinated and tested, spayed or neutered, receive microchips, and provided medical treatment if necessary. Although they employ a small staff that manages the medication and cleaning of the cats, the shelter is operated primarily by volunteers. Since they are a no-kill shelter, some cats have been residents at the shelter for several years.

Independent Cat Society works very hard to improve the quality of these cats’ lives by reducing the stress typically found in shelter situations. The cats live in colonies with comfortable sleeping areas, rather than cages, and have lots of toys with which to play. Each colony is managed by volunteers who serve as “room parents,” who compassionately offer loving care and special activities for the cats residing in a single room. Additionally, those cats admitted to the shelter who are in need of special medical attention, are recovering from injuries, or are expecting kittens are cared for in loving foster homes where frequent attention and a quiet place to recuperate is provided.

In addition to helping the cats within their care, Independent Cat Society is proud of their activities and programs for the community. In one such program, Independent Cat Society works with local veterinarians to provide certificates for the low cost spay/neuter of cats living with low income individuals. They also have an active trap/neuter/release program to help manage and control feral colonies in the community. The shelter encourages and promotes responsible pet ownership through the provision of cat care information and assistance to the public. Independent Cat Society is also involved in offering humane education, and they recently spearheaded the Furry Fun Fair where local children participate in fun activities while learning about the proper care and treatment of their four-legged friends.

Independent Cat Society’s innovative program, Purrfect Partners, places senior cats in permanent foster homes with qualified seniors at no cost. The program benefits the cats who are given the comforts of home and a warm lap and brings joy to the foster parents who welcome the companionship and love. Volunteers visit monthly to check on the cats, and help to manage any problems. Independent Cat Society is responsible for all costs associated with veterinary care, medications, special diets, and transportation to the vet as needed. Purrfect Pets allows seniors on a fixed income the opportunity to have a cat companion. Partnering seniors with senior cats has proven a win-win situation.

SPCA International hopes you will consider supporting our Shelter of the Week program by making a contribution today.

 

WE ARE LOOKING DOWN FROM CAT HEAVEN

November 2nd 2006 6:57 am
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WE ARE MISSING OUR HUMAN FAMILY.

I KNOW YOU CAN FEEL OUR PRESENCE LOOKING DOWN ON U ALL..

WE SEE OUR PORTRAIT ON THE FIREPLACE MANTLE,AND SEE YOUR TEAR'S AS U DUST AWAY..

WE MISS U AS MUCH AS U MISS US..PLEASE KNOW WE WILL ALWAYS BE IN YOUR HEART'S FOREVER.

THANKYOU FOR GIVING US YOUR LOVE,AND TAKING SUCH GOOD CARE OF US ALL OUR LIVES...WOW WE HAD A FULL LIFE OF OUR LATE TEEN'S WE PASSED ON..

WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOU,OUR WONDERFULL FAMILY..

 
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