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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.



She taught me so much about how to live life, particularly in the moment. Her almost 18 years with me were far too short. She loved me so much that she fought three forms of cancer and chronic renal failure for five amazing, happy years. I miss her. My sweetheart and best friend. I remember.

James Hoopes

Meow Meow Corey

03/22/2001 – 10/16/2014

After a lifetime spent fighting for every inch, my best friend and son is in heaven now.   He faced every challenge with bravery, never holding a grudge, and enjoying his time at the head of the household.   Life will never be the same.  Meow Meow you are gone but you will never be forgotten.

Love, Paul & Fu-Min




Seal Point Birman 4/26/2010 – 10/6/2014

In loving memory of my littlest angel who loved everyone she met in her too short life.  I know you are purring and making even more friends over the rainbow bridge. May the Winn Birman Heart Disease Research help to find the genetic mutation responsible for this heartbreaking disease for future generations.


Cathy Raker




“You were our first baby and it has broken our hearts to lose you so young.  We will miss your playfulness and your loving nature, finding you cuddled with your baby brother Felix, and your sweet purrs, even early in the morning.  We will always love and remember you.”

Kevin, Diana, Adrian & Felix Santiago-Kiley


Jim James

Breed: DSH, Color: Black

April 18, 2013 – July 21, 2014

Rest in peace, sweet boy. You faced the vicious manifestations of this disease with a gentle, loving spirit and complete dignity. We will not forget you and will not stop searching for a cure.

Margaret Canty, Dr. Letecia Alamia, Alison and Rich Upton


In remembrance of my beautiful Baby Kona. He brought light and love into our lives everyday and we will miss him forever. He was cheated out of a long and healthy life by FIP. He fought a hard fight and lived each day the best that he could. You will be forever in our hearts. Until we meet again, my baby boy, run free with the angels. RIP Baby Kona 7/15/2013 -8/10/14

Kim Jesson

Zipporah “Puddy” Moon

I was blessed to have you in my life, Zipporah. Thank you for teaching me so much. You were the essence of the Christ and my heart aches for you. Until we meet again…

Carolyn Moon


In loving memory of our precious, big, naughty, frisky, lovable and, most importantly, unforgettable boy – you will be missed and loved forever.

Keith, Tessa, Patrick, Mikah, and Aleister


Our little Ziggy was with us for too short a time .. but he touched our hearts with his kind demeanor and loving nature. He will be missed by his sister Zena, his adopted big brother and sister Charley and Annabelle, and his loving parents, Bill and Claire.

Bill and Claire


We could only enjoy your company for one short year. You were too pleasant a fellow to be taken from us by such an awful disease. May Winn funded research help stop this tragedy for cats in the future.

Robert & Lise Clark