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Memorial for: Zoe
Age:  18, 3-15-1993 - 9-22-2011

About Zoe

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Domestic Shorthaired
Gender:  Female
Favorite Toy:
   blue birdie
Favorite Treat:
   organic pumpkin
Best Trick:
Favorite Game:
Favorite Pastime:
   Napping in the sun
Special Skills:
   Cuddling, napping, knowing how to make me smile

Love Notes for Zoe:

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Lucky Girl
Zoe, You know you are much loved. You and Laurie made perfect companions, providing the love and comfort you both needed. Laurie has an open and loving heart and another feline friend will soon find love and trust there. You left a legacy for another. Laurie will always love you. You are a permanent part of her heart.
remain in peace, Judith
Sweet Girl
Laurie and I used to joke that Zoe and Sammy would make beautiful kittens. Zoe was my "sweet girl" who took care of my friend during good times and bad. She was so strong and so supportive of Laurie, who, in turn, was the best mom EVER. Zoe is missed here, but is surely happy, healthy, and watching birds from a sunny spot in the life to come.
Pets & Kisses, Katy
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To our Zoe:

  Zoe came into my life at 5 weeks of age. It was love at first sight! I had no idea how see would change my world over the next 18 years. Zoe was a fun-loving kitten who loved to be chased and play catch with her toys. As she got older, she became more of a lap cat who loved to snuggle and be brushed. In her last years, she developed renal failure. I had to give her fluids for 2 and 1/2 years. She fully understood that I was helping her - she would come to me when I called her to get her fluids. Six months before she passed, she completely lost her sight due to high blood pressure caused by the renal failure. We treated her blood pressure, but the vet said there was little hope her eyesight would return without surgery (which was out of the question). Four weeks later, Zoe could see again! Everyone was amazed at this special little kitty. She taught me to deal with all problems with strength, perserverence, unconditional love, grace, and hope. When she finally told me she was ready to go, she did so with love. We napped together on her last day, and she left this world quietly and at peace. Zoe made my life better in so many ways, and I promised her I would try to remember those important lessons she taught me all the days of my life. I love you, my sunshine!
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