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My daughter and I adopted Macy about 4 years ago through the Humane Society. The first things that drew me to her were her big, round green eyes, and her pretty black and white coloring. She was the first cat I had been able to own in years, so the event was all that more special.
She quickly established herself in our household as the queen, and stayed that way up until her precious last breaths. She and I had our own special relationship.  

  Some of the things I will miss the most about my Macy: She would "visit" me everyday in the bathroom, from when I got into the shower until I was ready to go. We loved to sit outside on the porch and watch life go by. And she loved to pose cutely, laying on her back to show off her tummy. Macy will forever be loved and missed.

The Everett Family

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