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Jelly-Bean (In Loving Memory)

Domestic Long Hair
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Sex: Female   Weight: 10 lbs.

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Beanie Bopper, JB, Fish-Fish, Jelly-Belly, Bopper, The Bean.

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue


food!!!! she was on a constant diet!

men, high pitched singing, dogs

Favorite Toy:
paper balls, fur mice, balls that made noise, her mommy's hair.

Favorite Nap Spot:
next to her mommy on her chest or under the covers with her.

Favorite Food:
was on special diet- Hills K/D and W/D mixed

yes! she made my daughter very happy with her love and affection.


Arrival Story:
we got Jelly when my daughter was almost 10 yrs old. she wanted a kitten and so, being a responsible and loving gentle child, i got her one. Jelly came from a litter that a stray cat had and the person that cared for the stray was trying to find homes for the kittens, so we took one. she was much loved and cared for in her life time by my daughter, she saw a sweet little girl thru school, then collage and then into marrage to start a family of her own. As Rosa grew they became inseparable, where she (we) went, Jelly went to. she even loved to ride in the car...we took her everywhere! I believe Jelly helped my daughter cope with a nasty divorce, as she was always there to comfort her little girl friend...and comfort she did. She'd curl up into her hair and sing her purr song to her all nite long. I believe she knew how sad her little girl friend was and tried to help.

when Jelly got older she was diagnosed diabetic and with kidney failure. My daughter had to be very careful of Jelly's diet (measured her food exactly for each feeding) and gave her insulin shots twice a day. she had her for another 2-3 yrs and then one day Jelly 'crashed'- she went into a diabetic coma. even tho we were able to bring her out of it, Jelly just wasn't 'right', not like she was before. her quality of life had deteriated and my poor daughter couldn't bare to see her that way. we put her to sleep and buried her out behind the house next to her friend 'Snowey'. she waits at the Rainbow Bridge, with Snowey, to be reunited with my daughter someday...God Bless you Jelly, thank-you for all that you did to make a little girl happy; Rosa loves and misses you terribly...wait for her with Snowey...she'll be with you again someday to love and care for you both. Until then, JB, rest in peace.

Forums Motto:
beanie bopper

The Groups I'm In:
"Canadian Kitties" who want to be Friends with all Kitties..., *HAPPY KITTIES*, ^*^Over The Rainbow^*^


I've Been On Catster Since:
December 18th 2004 More than 11 years!

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