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.
Cinnamon and Maxwell
My heart is filled with beautiful memories of my precious babies who made my life so wonderful. I keep them both in my heart as each day passes and look forward to the time when we can all be together again.
Our beautiful Princess Tamra passed away October 12, 2017 after a brave battle with lymphoma and great care by her vet and oncologist, and our loving care during her period of recovery. She was a beloved companion of our other cat, Patches since 2001. We all miss her very much.
Dylan and Arran
Dylan and Arran are two wonderful boys who were dearly loved and sorely missed. Two bob-tailed, rescues, both as kittens, who have shared my life for 17 wonderful years.
This is a picture of Sonny’s sister, Cher. She came home with Sonny when they were 10 weeks old.
She was a beautiful Seal Point Himalayan and she passed away 8 months before her brother. That was a shock, but she had lots of health problems also.
There were really great times with both of them and they truly loved each other. She mocked me whenever I would do a grunting sound. Loved to play and snuggle.
We miss her very much but so happy she was part of our lives for 16 years.
This is Kaspurr our beautiful girl who brought much love into our home. Love and miss you still.
Catsandra and Catawampus
Catsandra-The loving genius
Catawampus-Too hard of a life
Remembering all the love our big boy Teddy shared with us. Miss you!
Delancy was a long hair American Curl, that was a CFA Grand Champion and had also produced over 7 Grand Champion kittens. She won the award of Distinguished of Merit. She was very sweet and loving and was my emotional support cat. She passed suddenly which was a huge shock and very depressing. However, her son Coco has stepped in to be my current emotional support cat.
Our handsome “Moses” who adopted and took care of our family while my Marine Corps husband was serving in Iraq.
He was my heart and soul cat. I lost him to lymphoma. I love you sweetheart!