THIS IS A MEMORIAL OF MY FOUR FOOTED FRIENDS THAT ARE NO LONGER WITH ME. THE MAJORITY THAT ARE LISTED HERE I
HAD TO GIVE UP DUE TO AN IMPENDING EVICTION BY OUR LANDLORD, AND THANKFULLY, MANY WERE TAKEN IN BY WONDERFUL PEOPLE
AND ARE NOW LIVING IN PET SANCTUARIES.
ADMITTEDLY, YES, WE DID HAVE A "TAD" TOO MANY--A SITUATION MY MOTHER CREATED. SOME OF THE CATS LISTED HERE
ARE NOW IN THE LAND OF BAST.
I DO MISS THEM--BUT PERHAPS AS IN THE ESSAY, ENTITLED "RAINBOW BRIDGE", I SHALL SEE THEM AGAIN WHEN I TOO MAKE THE GRAND
TRANSITION--AND IF THAT'S TRUE, I'M GOING TO BE MOBBED BY A VIRTUAL CROWD OF MY LOVED ONES.
For a complete story about my cats, please click to the "CATS AND ME" section of this site.
This is Missy--you've seen her elsewhere on this web--Missy was born May 18, 1999 --I loved her expression of her
eyes--don't you?? On March 14, 2006, I gave her up to the Paradise Garden Animal Haven in Woodhull, NY along with
another one of my cats, Winema. But for some unknown reason, she may have suffered a stroke, even though she was a relatively
young cat--and passed in the land of Bast on April 6, 2006--
This is Whoopi, the little troublemaker that started it all--We got her as a little kitten on
June 5, 1992--She's always remained a petite little gal, even though she's fourteen years old.
BELOW ARE FOUR OF WHOOPI'S KITTENS WHO WERE BORN ON APRIL 6, 1993.
Demi was one of the cats I surrendered to Animal Care and Control--she was listed up
for adoption and WAS healthy, but developed respiratory infections while there--and was euthanized.
Shelby was a lucky guy--he was taken in by a pet rescuer at her santuary upstate NY,
and is going to live the life of luxury with his very own quilted bed to sleep in. Same with E.T. and Ashley. who
were also taken into pet santuaries.
Demi was born April 6, 1993. She was taken
in by Animal Care and Control on April 18, 2006.
She was listed and up for adoption but unfortunately
developed "kennel" cough and was euthanized.
Was abrother to Demi, also
born April 6, 1993. He was a
lucky one, in that he was taken
in by a pet rescuer and is living
a life of luxury.
Hard to believe that E.T. is
a sister to Shelby. She always
remained a petite, little gal. She
too, is with Shelby at a pet sanctuary.
And, no, she's not missing an eye, but
was winking at me in this picture.
A big loveable guy, who was
also taken in by a rescuer
and now living in a
Missing from this group of six kittens Whoopi gave birth to, are Pixie and Dixie--I'll post
pics of them soon. Pixie was a lucky guy, in that he was adopted by a wonderful woman named Virginia, and lives in an
apartment in the Tribeca area of Manhattan, and shares his abode with a bird, a turtle and a lizard!
Dixie, unfortunately, had an infection in her system, and depite medications, didn't
make it and passed on to the land of Bast