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I just want to thank you for the kindness and service we received when we lost "Rosie Darling". It was like losing a child..I thank god that I picked up your flyer on a whim not knowing that I would need it..You have given us an option to keep Rosie with us forever wherever we go and for that I can't thank you enough..to the family that started this business.
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Memorial for: Caimen
Age:  8, 6-5-2008 - 4-13-2017
Nickname(s):  Cai Bai

About Caimen

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Tabby
Gender:  Male
Favorite Toy:
   Laser Mouse
Favorite Treat:
Best Trick:
   Answering when spoken to
Favorite Game:
   Hide and Seek
Favorite Pastime:
   Sneaking outside and yowling at every window.
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Caimen was simply loved. He never met a stranger, made sure every guest was greeted promptly and never let someone leave without covering them in his fur. He impacted everyday life and the mundane tasks such as brushing your teeth. He was a little Visa; he was every where you want to be including in our heart.
Love you buddy, Greg
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To our Caimen:

  Caimen was born with 11 others from two different mothers on the same day in the same place. All of the other kittens died, yet he survived. He came to me at a low point in my life and I needed him just as much as he needed me. I brought him in, this tiny week old kitten, and bottle raised him. I potty trained him, weened him, everything. He was my son. We found out when he was 6 that he had a heart murmur. Each 6 months it got worse and he was put on two kinds of blood thinners to help with the heart's function. On the 13th, he got a clot in his legs that paralyzed him and put him in an extreme amount of pain. The doctor said she could flush the clot with fluid, but it would destroy his heart and he would be back in the same boat in a day or two. I couldn't let the pain continue so I made the choice to put him down. I held him and whispered his praises as he passed, thanking him for sharing his life with me. He was perfect in every way, and I told him so daily. I now proudly wear a tattoo of his paw print with the words 'In Every Way' underneath. This it the spot under my collar bone where he always rested his paw when he cuddled with me. He will forever be with me.
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