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Warner, Beloved String Monster
In Memoriam, 1986 - 2004
I owe my love for cats to Frisco
Del Rosario, for whom I brought home Warner from the Humane Society.
Little did I know that what I thought was a "special Egyptian
kitty" was your garden variety brown tabby. Leading by example,
they taught me to play, to talk cat, and to appreciate feeling
grounded and happy in my own home. Thank you, Frisco, for teaching
me how to "be" with cats and win their respect and love
in return. It's a gift that changed my life.
Warner came into our lives at
almost a year old, a skittish and shy girl who was just waiting
for a safe environment to open up and share her boundless love
with us. She was the talker of the family, a cat who loved to
talk just to get a conversation going. Most of these pictures
were taken when she was 18 years old, and as you can see, she
always loved to play, especially when a human was involved in
the game. She was one of a kind, the sweetest little girl to ever
share her gentle spirit with us.
T - Rex's Gallery
In Memoriam, 8/23/93 - 7/19/10
T-Rex was my first aby and the
most playful, loving boy I could ever have hoped for. He is a
typical aby foodie and we enjoy fine dining together on a regular
basis. T-Rex is the love of my life, my snuggle buddy at night,
and I thank heavens every day for having him be such a significant
part of my life.
In Memoriam, 6/1//96 - 4/14/11
My eight year old, substantial
brown tabby boy, den mother, nurse maid, and nanny to all kittens
and newcomers....also, the most psychic and nurturing cat to both
humans and felines alike...still thinks he's my little kitten
and I still think he is too.
Mia, my favorite model, who lends
her own special joie de vivre, mischief and grace to any occasion.
Her special light shines bright in our household...She is featured
throughout my website as only fitting as she was born to be a
star. In fact, she was chosen for a photo shoot for a major cat
food company a while back! Bravo, Miss Mia!