Cameron and Cubby
Part of a litter of five born in the wild, the boys found us and were greatly loved in only a short time. We lost them six months apart and thinking of them still brings tears to our eyes. They are thought of often and their spirit lives on in their sister.
Callie was a sweet and loving kitty. She loved to follow her parents around and play. Her life was taken too soon due to FIP. With us for just five months but in our hearts forever. Rest in peace my little Callie.
Akori Neferset True
We lost him all too soon to an insideous lymphoma. We celebrate the precious time we had with him. We miss him and his funny meow and antics. He left a hole in our hearts that can never be filled. Rest well, dear ‘Kori.’
Terry and Sharron True, The TrueZue
Idlemaine Butler of Texas Belle, DM, GC, RW
from Butler’s daughter “Sasha”, & Max and Judy Cottrell
Mayne Chance Buster’s Boy, GRP
My first grand – from my first litter.
Always in my heart.
Katz Domaine Brasky of Texas Belle, DM, CH
Brasky came to live in Bellville, TX in November, 1998. Not only did Brasky produce beautiful Maine Coon show cats, but ones who reside as beloved companions in homes through out the United States and world-wide. However, her ultimate DIVA spirit may be her lasting legacy. No one ever doubted who the reigning monarch in the house was. We loved you for all the good things you brought to us. Thank you, Brasky
Ed and Betsy Gaither
Booney was kind, intelligent, gentle, and he was everyone’s friend. He will be loved, missed, and remembered forever. He will always be alive in our hearts.
Claire, Olivia and Jessica Dockery
Boo Boo was a wonderful cat who touched the lives of everyone he met. He was truly one of a kind, and will be deeply missed.
Swanycoon Boni Blush of Texas Belle, DM, CH
Boni was born on May 8, 1995. She lost her battle with cancer on December 6, 2008. During the intervening years from her birth to our loss, she gave us so many happy days. She especially loved watching TV with my husband, Ed. As she draped herself across his chest, it required that both were catered to so that neither be disturbed. Boni knew how to spell ALPHA CAT and made sure everyone else, both 2 and 4 legged, in our home knew as well. She is buried next to her mate, Butler, on an hill at our farm. We miss them both each day.
My little guy. What a pair we made! You were a real treasure to me for 14 mostly very good years. Where did they go? You put your trust in me, and I let you down. Myelomonocytic leukemia. What were the odds of that happening?
Daddy loves Beau