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Doyle L. Shugart

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Memorial for: Max
Age:  17, 1998 - 01/06/2016
Nickname(s):  Max

About Max

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Domestic Shorthaired
Gender:  Male
Favorite Toy:
   Furry Mouse
Favorite Treat:
   Whipped Cream
Best Trick:
   Turning door knobs with his paws
Favorite Game:
   Chasing a feathered cat teaser
Favorite Pastime:
   Napping on his kitty mother!
Special Skills:
   Walking with a leash

Love Notes for Max:

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Missing Max
Little Max, I remember stories about you when your kitty parents found you and how they would leave food for you. We always enjoyed your Christmas stories and pictures! You will be missed! Please look for our Maddie Girl over the Rainbow Bridge!! Xxoo Aurelio, Connie & India ??
Aurelio & Connie
Beautiful Max
Max was a very lucky little guy to have cross your paths, and found a forever safe loving home and family. Max was very blessed to have you both. He loved you both as much as you did him. Beautiful memories????
Love Betty
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To our Max:

  We lost our beloved, little Max on January 6, 2016. He was 17. He had been battling renal disease for over 14 months. Max adopted us back in 2000 when he was a two-year-old abandoned stray and showed up one day at our door. Out of all the families at our apartment complex, he picked us. He quickly became our best friend and our lives would never be the same again. We always wished that we could have known him when he was a kitten, though, because he had to of been adorable. We suspect that he was taken away from his litter when he was very young, because he never learned how to purr. Max was very unique. Whenever we came home, he would always get so excited that he would run back and forth through the apartment at full speed. He loved to go walking outside with us while on a leash and harness and we would often take him hiking with us up at Red Top Mountain. Christmas was always his favorite day because he loved playing with the paper and ribbons – plus, he always got new toys! He made a career out of destroying the blinds in our apartment and turning every clean laundry basket into a kitty bed - but that didn't matter, though, because his favorite pastime was always napping on his kitty mother and that made up for everything. Whenever his kitty mother walked in the front door, he always demanded that she sit down and hold him for a few minutes – no matter how busy her day was. Of course, his favorite place to sleep at night was always in the bed between us – with his back against one of us and his feet against the other. Max developed quite the following. We always wrote about his adventures in our Christmas newsletters and we always had many people looking forward to reading about him. In 2007, an artist in Kentucky saw a photo of Max and painted his portrait. That painting is now hanging on our wall. In 2010, he was featured in the Atlanta Humane Society's annual calendar for the month of March. Sadly, in late 2014 Max was diagnosed with renal disease and would begin a tough fight. We would be with him every step of the way until he passed away peacefully in his kitty mother's arms. We never knew why he chose us, but we were so fortunate that he did. He was such a sweet boy and we loved him dearly with all of our hearts. For being such a little guy, he left a huge impact on all of us. We will miss him so very much.
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