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In Memory of Our Beloved...



BW loved warm fires and frequently took her naps on the hearth of our fireplace, as she is in the attached photo.  She loved the various sunny spots on our deck and in our yard as well for naptime. BW was a dominant presence in our house, having adopted us about 8 years ago. She came to us already spayed and claimed us, and our house, as "hers"!!  She would follow us down our hallways and would swipe at any other cat who got too close. She loved breakfast & would rub our leg and purr while waiting for us to get the food out of the cabinet, meowing feverishly once the can was opened until she got her food on her plate.  There is a definite void in our home with her gone & she is sorely missed.

Morris and Cheryl W.

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