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Rainbow Bridge Memorials
Aunt Martha - 25 May 2007
Granny (we called her Aunt Martha) died today. She was only a little over 3 pounds. But until today, she was still enjoying life mostly, jumping on our laps all the time, kneading her fluffy bed.
She was a real personality. She lived on her own terms here- pooped wherever she wanted, stole food cooking on the stove while I was looking in another direction, and she was a hellion at the vet! She was a trial at times but I admired her spunk. She was a real scrapper from having survived the streets of Hudson for a decade and a half.
Granny was adopted from Animalkind as a senior kitty-we are happy to know that her last years were spend with love and happiness.
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