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Memorial for: Junior
Age:  9, 7/4/13
Nickname(s):  June bug, Juney B, Junior Brown

About Junior

Species:  Cat
Breed:  Domestic Longhaired
Gender:  Male
Favorite Toy:
   catnip on a scratching pad
Favorite Treat:
Best Trick:
   letting us know when it is ok to pet him
Favorite Game:
   same as best trick
Favorite Pastime:
   kneading soft blankets and other materials
Special Skills:
   purred so loud he sounded like a motor

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To our Junior:

  Junior was the first cat I learned how to rescue. His Mom was Feral (a gorgeous muted calico) that nursed him long past the other babies in his litter. He was a cute white and tan butterball. When she finally made him leave 'home' he hung out with another Mom cat (I believe she was a half-sibling from an earlier litter) who watched out for him. I ended up rescuing him because he had this awful cough and I was worried about him. My dear friend Laurel taught me how to persuade him to join my family. My then roommate and I then rescued and spayed/neutered many cats after that. At any rate, Junior had a large personality. If he was ok with being pet he would bend down his head and show his neck. If not he would jerk his head back and glare at you. If you persisted a paw came up. If you continued to persist the paw would swing with claws extended. he loved having a say in the matter. Over the years he mellowed some, occasionally climbing into your lap, more willing to be pet, etc. Earlier this year when he became obviously ill he became a major love bug - always underfoot and his tail curling around a leg, demanding pets. When he was on reduced meds this last month he became an aggressive food pest and stalked food while we were eating (even my daughter's breakfast cereal). He'd climb up on tables, into the fridge, into the dishwasher, etc. When he wanted to avoid medicine or have alone time he was creative with hiding places. He learned to stand outside of my showers and first poke in his head to get wet and then the tail side (about a week or two before his physical health deteriorated badly). I was impressed with how ingenuitive he was. He also had interesting eyes that seemed sometimes brown and sometimes gold. Before he was sick he was a meticulous groomer with the most beautiful soft fur (better than angora). I miss him so much!
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