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In Memory of Our Beloved...

Whale


  Whale

Our beloved kitty Whale could never resist chewing on things which is definitely un-catlike behavior and unfortunately it lead to his death.  Whale came to us in 1997 at 1 ½ years of age when we rescued him from the Humane Society the day before he was to be euthanized.  Whale grew from a “small” kitty of 13 pounds to his adult size of over 20 pounds at times.  Yes he was fat and he reveled in it and eating food and trying to take food from us.  Whale would come when you called him, fetched a tennis ball, which he could pick up in his mouth, and loved to be around us.  We were part of his kitty pride and he wanted to groom us and take care of us.  Whale provided us with many years of joy and will be dearly missed.  We hope he rests in peace.

The Terrel Family

 

 



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