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Tiger really belonged to our neighbors, but he just kept coming to our house thru the doggie door. The two dogs seemed to accept him, and our daughter just loved him. So we contacted our neighbors and asked if we could keep him as ours and adopt him. They said that was fine. So we got Tiger fixed and he officially became part of our family. He fit right in. He slept everynight with my daughter. If she was not home, he slept with my son. But he always wanted to sleep with someone. And he was such a loving cat. He let my daughter dress him up and carry him around all of the time. We miss him!  



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