Age: 20 Years Sex: Female Weight: 7 lbs.
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Tinna Kraze, Princess Pretty Paws, Tickle Pickle Belly, STAAAAIIIII, pickles, most beloved kitty girl in the known universe
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April 15th 1994
Black and White
Tiny Loves to hide in boxes and play chase the kitty
A fuzzy mouse
Favorite Nap Spot:
ON her mother
Turkey and Dairy
She places both sides of games. She can Hide AND Seek, and plays find the mommy. Sits on EVERY project.
Tiny was brought home by our daughter. "Look what I found!"
Tiny came home to a house with an older established female cat. She became the baby, but a year later her brother KRAMER arrived and she began to suffer horribly from both middle child and Jan Brady Syndrome. After the death of her big sister Boo, she became the alpha female and the most affectionate girl to her mom.
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Touch me, I am happiness!
The Last Forum I Posted In:
Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs
She is gone:
Tiny passed from that HORRIBLE thing called cancer on June 7th at 2:oo am. we are devastated. She was the sweetest soul and most loving creature anyone could have asked for. No cat as sweet has ever lived and certainly did not deserve this sad end. Our hearts are broken.
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November 9th 2009 12:52 pm
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It's me, Tiny Krazy, up at the Rainbow Bridge. The last few weeks have been rather hectic and often times fun. We had Tyler and Calvin arrive and they are just great pals. We've had fun playing and jumping and after everyone was checked in we had a sharathon and shared our stories. Calvin and I had similar stories. We both came to the bridge because of the dreaded "C". But we are all healthy now. I even have my leg back!
But just the other day we felt a rustle in the wind. A great many of the dogs who were formerly service dogs felt it first. They jumped to attention and started to sniff the air. Suddenly thru the clouds and mist we saw them coming. SOLDIERS! American Soldiers.
They came suddenly and unexpected and we were sad to see them, but glad we could offer a helping paw. We see soldiers come every day, from all walks of life, some old, some young, some retired and some new to combat duty.
We animals cannot fathom how humans can be so cruel to one another. How people can hurt and even kill one another is beyond me.
But these soldiers came from Fort Hood and we welcomed them with open paws. We slept by their sides and comforted them. We sent warmth and love to their bereaft families and we helped them transition to a place of wonder, warmth and love.
They are here and even though the moment was tragic, they are learning to be at peace. Men, women and even a child.
WHAT is the matter with you humans?
From airy places, on the wings of angels,
April 28th 2009 6:22 am
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It's that time of year again. Time for nominations for the Tiny Krazy Humanitarian Award.
This is a our second annual award and will be given to the cat who embodies the warm and caring spirit of me (the late Tiny Krazy)
Nominees should be warm, caring, giving and have performed good deeds and/or charitable acts for the animal community.
The first annual award was given to our own beloved Miss Hazel Lucy, who embodies my spirit in her caring and giving. We are very proud to call her the first recipient.
There are no concrete prizes (as of yet) Just mention and an award certificate.
Nominees can be sent to me.
Love from Heaven
September 11th 2008 5:47 am
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First I want to thank Catster for honoring me as a diary pick of the day.
It does not seem strange that this honor is bestowed upon me on this day. September 11th. A day that will be remembered long after I am forgotten.
My mom works for a large financial institute and watched with horror as the events of that tragic day unfolded. Her company lost seven people on that day, including spouses and children. Yes, a 3 year old little boy was lost.
Her friends are memorialized by their deeds, their loved ones who remember them and also by a beautiful stone cairn that is placed in the lobby of my mom's office. Today it is surrounded by white roses.
On this day of remebrance a strange transition has taken place. I will never be forgotted by those who love me. Last night mum brought home two new kittens to fill the void in her heart. One of them could be me. Not so much in looks but in deeds. His name is Manny and he jumped on her bed and tickled her toes. He plays and fetches. Just like me.
So, you see...life goes on. We do not forget, and we hold those memories close to out heart, but we do find room in our hearts to love again. Love never dies and love never replaces. It is the most infinite pace in the universe. It will grow and grow and never cease.
I am here at the rainbow bridge with all my animal friends and those who lost their lives on 9/11. Please know, no matter how horrific your memories of that day are, no matter how much you miss them, no matter how large the hole is, in your heart...they are free of pain, they are at peace and they love you. They want you to know, it is okay to move on, to love again, bigger and better and to smile when you remember them.
Most Beloved and Missed
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