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Cat Memorials

For special cats who are loved by special owners

The grief one feels when losing a beloved cat is no different than losing any of our loved ones. In memory of your beloved companion, you can make a gift that helps every cat, every day. For a donation of $100 or more, an EveryCat Health Foundation’s Remember Your Cat memorial commemorates your special bond of love while funding the research and treatment that enriches the lives of countless other cats around the world.


Mau was so dearly loved and he loved us just as dearly in return.  If love could have saved him, he would still be with us.

Linda Foote


Foxtrot was the perfect kitty, made of 100% love. Indeed, it was love-at-first-sight at the shelter. Foxy was adult cat Margot’s first and best friend. He loved snuggling by his humans’ faces and had the fluffiest tail. He loved buffalo chicken! His memory lives on with his parents forever.

Emily Williams


December 7, 2015

In loving memory of Eddie. His pain and suffering has ended, but ours has just begun.

Chris & Sharon Axson



February 23, 2015

If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever.

Rest in peace, our sweet boy. We will never forget you.

Chris & Sharon Axson


19/9/2014 – 22/4/2015

Gone to soon, but will never be forgotten. I miss you everyday. I hope someday the cure for FIP will  be found. Have fun in Rainbow bridge, Kenzo.

Ratna Ning

Honey Goldberg

“Dear Honey, I love you so very much. Everyday, I think about the joy you brought to everyone you met in your short but impactful life. You showed me what unconditional love truly is and to love every moment you are able to cherish with someone as it may be your last.”

Sydney Goldberg

Caramel & Mr. Chow

“In loving memory of Caramel & Mr. Chow.”

James Hill


I loved you the 1st time I saw you.  You taught me so much about myself.  11 and 3/4 years of joy.  I miss you very much my little buddy, but you are forever in my heart!  You are a part of me.

Jason Vogt


“Charlie, 2 years, died December 9, 2014 of FIP. A smart kitty, he learned to open door knobs and let himself come and go as he pleased. May Charlie and his younger brother, Jim James, (died of FIP in July, 2014) play together in the warm, sunny fields over the Rainbow Bridge.”

Margaret Canty, & Keith and Betty Honeycutt


17-year old Tweety passed away peacefully after a strong fight against oral squamous cell carcinoma in June 2014. He was greatly loved by his parents and is playing in heaven with his brother, Scrappy, now. We’ll meet them both again in heaven.

Jason and Angie Stout