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Napoleon * In Loving Memory *

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Home:Edmonton, AB, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 12 lbs.

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Quick Bio:

May 4th 1999

Brown Tabby


Not being fed immediately upon demand

Favorite Toy:
Toy mice

Favorite Nap Spot:
The corner of the couch

Favorite Food:
Wellness Turkey and Salmon

He can turn on the Robot vacuum cleaner; he can fetch


Arrival Story:
It's quite a long tale (even though his tail is short!). We first adopted another bengal from the same cat show where we found Colorado. But that Bengal who we named Mindy, who we miss very much to this day, had complicated medical problems. The cattery arranged for Mindy to live with a woman who specialized in cats with special needs. A year later the cattery phoned us up and said you must come and meet my latest litter. When I saw Napoleon, so tiny, with that face, we fell in love. We wondered about his age. He looked no more than 3-4 weeks old. But the cattery assured us he was 11 weeks old. And we took him home where he lives and plays with us everyday. We are so blessed!

Napoleon's first few weeks were tough. After the first week his low weight shrunk even more, down to 1 lb. With high protein food from the vet, we got his weight steadily up. He suffered through 'failure to thrive syndrome. Once he recovered from that, he lived a healthy, playful, energetic life. He loved his toy mice indoors and his walks on a leash and car rides outdoors. He never lost his kitty character and spoke so much with his mouth and eyes, he seemed like a little person a lot of the time. Two years ago he developed IBD. He responded well to his course of prescription food and medicine until June of this year. By September pain overtook him and he passed on September 22, 2014 at the age of 15 years. I never met a kitty like him and he will remain forever in our hearts.

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Thank you for my Birthday Greetings.

May 13th 2016 8:38 am
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What a delight to come here after a month and see this wonderful display of stars, gifties, rosies and hugs for my birthday! I apologize for being so late with my thank yous but M&D have been on the road a long time, and they are settling in to their temporary place just now.

I feel so loved and am glad I returned as an Earth Angel to continue playing with you. Thank you Ebony, Fave, Luigi, the Wildones, the S team, Milo, Sunny Bono & family, Greystone & family, Anonymous, Tyke, Tess, Mac & family, Platelicker, Pooka & family, Spencer & Family, Kally Kat, Big Harry & family, and Angel Midnight and family for celebrating my Birthday with me. I am truly blessed to have friends like you.

I shall visit each of your pages soon!

Love and purrs,



I am so thankful for your words

September 29th 2015 9:28 am
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Mum here::

I am writing to thank you all for sending your kind thoughts to me and to Napoleon who resides more peacefully now but I expect he'll visit his old home one more time before we move.

I wanted Napoleon to respond to each of you but Catster is not cooperating at the moment so to the following: Ebony, Lily, Fave, Grace & family, Opie, Milo, Luigi & Smiley, Platelicker & family, Luke & family, Mac & family,Xena Princess Warrior & family, I thank you for your kind words that warmed my heart and made me feel that Napoeon was so appreciated by his friennds and you made me feel less lonesome in my grief for our Napoleon.

It is my hope to write you individually once Catster settles down.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart,

Mum Lois


A Love Letter to Napoleon

September 22nd 2015 10:12 am
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It’s Sept 22nd, your First Anniversary. I supposed some would call it your Bridge Day, first or second I’m not sure. You’re in my heart always and in my mind every day. Every time I step outside, I see the places you and I walked together, the alleys, the parking lots, especially the one where you found a tree to climb. Remember when your leash wrapped around the tall branch. You became very calm as you saw me climb up the trunk a bit and let me untangle it. And what about our trips into the county side? You saw horses for the first time. You were excited about them from the vehicle but very shy when you were on the ground near them. And you were especially interested in the smells of the green grasses. You buried your nose deep as I tried to sway you elsewhere, not knowing what you’d find there.
Napoleon we had so many good times together that I have forgotten the behavior and sick times. Even though you had fifteen great years and all of them with us, I wish you were still here. Dad still says, “Don’t keep the door open or Napoleon will get out!” I regret the day we brought you into the vet for the last time. I feel we should have had more time together, maybe even 3 or 6 months. But that is not how things went down but it’s why I feel sad and even guilty. Having said that, I think you would agree, I felt your strong presence in our home for six months after you left because you had trouble leaving us as well. The first week, objects kept knocking over as if pushed. I will admit these occurrences are lessening. I didn’t tell anybody about them at first. Since then there continues to be an overall feeling of your presence. Perhaps both we and you are adjusting, putting things in perspective.
I love you so, Baby Boo, and always will. I’m not sure if I’ll ever stop crying over you. You were not just my beloved kitty. I never had a kitty who so understood and could communicate to me. You were my bestest buddy both inside and outside. I love you and miss you.
Stay with me, please.

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