Tusenkatts Mocha, GC
A gorgeous seal point Birman with a special personality, he was our first home-grown Grand. Known for giving “kisses” to everyone, our home seems empty without him.
Janet and Otto Wolf
Missy was part of our household for only a few years, but we will never forget her loving and spunky personality. For her brother, Buster, she was a special companion.
Joe and Wendy Bell
We had 10 wonderful years, from when I found you in my parent’s backyard until you became so very ill quickly and unexpectedly. You were unique, opinionated, and always a character, from hamming it up when I’d take pictures, to playing “soccer” and “volleyball” (spiking paper balls). I will always love you and will never forget you.
A more loving cat there could never be.
Alison & Rich Upton
Marcel was a very special and extremely crazy cat. He was full of energy and mischief, and packed in a full life during his short four and a half years. He brought us so much joy and we cherished every moment we had with him. He was always the life of the party–everybody loved Marcel! We miss him dearly.
Bari & Josh Douglas
Maison Du Chat Maya of Mayne Chance
My first breeding female. You started it all. You will be missed.
Idlemaine Dream Maker (Mac) GP, RW
Mac (right in photo) is pictured with his litter mate, GC, RW Idlemaine Butler of Texas Belle DM. Mac and Butler were 8 months of age when photographed in Little Rock, Arkansas in September, 1996. These two brothers were real SHOW STOPPERS in their day as they attended CFA shows throughout the U.S. Mac was a kitten his entire life, playing and greeting all comers in his home with Pat and Darrell Idleman of Bethany, OK. Over the years, subsequent litters of kittens from the Idlemaine Cattery have been groomed and schooled in showmanship by Mac. He gave both his two and four legged family members many years of joy and companionship. Now, he is united with Butler as they romp waiting in a field of Texas Bluebonnets at the Rainbow Bridge to be joined by others who love them. Gone too soon, but absolutely never forgotten.
Betsy Gaither, Pat Idleman
I’ll always miss my special little buddy, but I’m forever grateful for the 17 years I had with him. Goodbye my sweet boy. I’ll see you again one day.
Our family vet ran blood tests when he was 2 months old due to weak back legs. He lived & blessed us for 3 years – wonderful personality, wonderful friend.
A Brave Fighter against kidney disease. In memory of dear little Luna. Sister to Belle, best companion to Rich, friend to Bjorn and many others. You are loved and missed little Luna.