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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.

Banjo Cat

“In loving memory – gone too soon but always in our hearts.”

Nancy Vehrs, Jen Cole, & Ben Smith

Beef Wellington

“In loving memory – gone too soon but always in our hearts.”

Nancy Vehrs, Jen Cole, & Ben Smith

Lilac Butter Odell

June 2000 – October 20, 2016

From the very moment you flew across in front of our car, we knew you were meant for us. You were a blessing and a joy for 16 years, and we will love you and miss you forever. Rest peacefully, Lilac Butter.

Millicent and Carter Odell


In loving memory of my cat “Paul”.

Jennifer Blake Bromberg


My sweet kitty, Cait-Sith who passed away from FIP in July. She was loving and the best companion anyone could ever ask for; not a day goes by we don’t remember and miss her.

Vani Narayanan

Karma Leo

Karma Leo was an adopted precious cat who died at 5 months from FIP. We had her such a short time but she was so dear and I miss her still.

Linda Sampson


When Adele found herself in need of a good home, she found just the right family.  She loved her family and was deeply loved in return.  She could always find the most comfortable spot and knew how to fully enjoy life.  She excelled at making her family happy.  Adele will be sorely missed and always remembered

Ken & Betty Clark


I found Augustus as an abandoned kitten, and we bonded immediately. He slept by my head for 12 years, followed me, comforted me, wrapped his paws around my neck after meowing for me to pick him up, and always greeted me at the front door when I came home. Like Ricky, he had special skills such as opening cabinets and drawers and instinctively knowing when I was upset and would come and rub against me. My only solace is that his tragic death was so sudden, that he did not suffer and was at home, knowing he was loved.

Holly Aglialoro


Trevor was an unexpected gift, a blessing. He brought us so much joy during the all too brief year we had him in our lives. It broke my heart that all the love in the world couldn’t save him. We miss him every day.

Susan Loehrl


“Is it or can it even be explained the immediate connection I felt when I first saw little Lenny and both of us realized we were meant to be together. Lenny crossed over from FIP on 3/28/16, only 5 months old. There is an emptiness that will remain forever!

Amy Choboy