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Seymore was found hiding in machinery in a General Motors assembly plant near Detroit, MI when he was around 5 weeks old in the Spring of 1990. In 1998, he made the trip with us to live in Portland, OR.

He had the best personality. He would greet you at the door when you came home. He slept with you at night, curled up on your feet. He would investigate strange noises at night, like he was our guard cat. He would sit on your lap on the couch. He would play and run around all crazy at times, even up until the day he passed away. He loved eating grass outside in the yard. He would “bark” at birds and squirrels, but not actually chase them.

For 15.5 years, Seymore lived a great life and loved everyone around him. He was the best cat and will be missed dearly by all who knew him.


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