Milo's Legacy Fund supports the care of our most vulnerable special needs cats. Donations are made to honor our loved ones, both animal and human. To make a donation, visit our Memorial page. Our eternal thanks and wishes of peace to those honored on this page.
Luke was such a sweet and handsome boy, and we loved him dearly. He was a lover of boxes, snuggles, belly rubs, and “field trips” to the back yard. He had a favorite toy, a fuzzy dog bone, that he would carry around the house. He was in our family for 12 years, and his abrupt absence is heavy for all of us.
In honor of my girl, July, who gave me everything I ever wanted in a cat. I thought we were rescuing her when we took her in from outside, but in the end she was the one who rescued us. She was the best cat, our little angel, and she is very dearly missed. Love her to the Moon and back. The best way I can think of to honor her is to donate to help rescue other cats.
In memory of Freddie. You were a senior homeless boy with many health issues when you came to my home. I miss your toothless yawn, biscuit making business and lap naps. Although you were only with me a couple years, the love you gave me will last a lifetime. What a tough little trooper you were and you taught me to "solider on" no matter what happens in life. I miss you dearly, Freddie.
For the sweetest, funniest, most lovable boy - our beautiful Butterscotch. As a neighborhood TNR, you found your way to our doorstep. Thank you for choosing us! Butter, you changed our lives forever. We miss you every minute of every day! You are always in our hearts and we know you’d want us to help other kitties like you! Love you xoxo
Kitty was such a blessing to our family and we feel so honored for every day we had with him. My partner in crime, my constant companion, my playful harasser, and friend to our dogs, our guard kitten, and sweet friend to all. Your time was too short and my heart will forever remember you and forever be broken at the same time. We love you so much and will continue to rescue other kitties and donate in your memory.
For a sweet tiny black kitten born to a feral mom. This donation, I think, will help me process my own grief and hopefully help others like her mother that deserve love and long, healthy lives - free from having litter after litter. Mehrune’s time here was short, but her impact was larger than life. Love you always.
Toffee, you were the greatest gift life could have ever given to me. Your unconditional love taught me so much. Your company was always comforting and I miss your “smoker’s meow” more than I can articulate. From the first time I met you, and you insisted I take you home from the shelter, to holding you at the vet in your last moments, every second I spent with you was the very best time of my life. You kept me alive, and I mean that. I don’t think I could have asked for a better friend. I love you, Toffee.
My sweet prince, your little family misses you so much. Meeting you made me fall in love with working in cat rescue; bringing you home was such a huge blessing. Most days, I still can't believe you are gone, but please know you are in our hearts forever. We will continue to help kitties with rough pasts just like you, because we know that is what you would want. You always wanted to be friends with everyone and made them feel welcome. Thank you for touching our souls, warming our hearts, and letting us love you, Pumpkin.
Gus Gus has crossed the Rainbow Bridge far too soon. Behind those beautiful eyes and leading man good looks, he was a true original and a force to be reckoned with. He was a big cat with a big purrsonality. He was never at a loss for words and had a gift for song and music. Ask any Pomeranian, and they’ll say he was one cool cat. Our hearts go out to his humom, Linda. She adopted Gus after he had been passed over for several years in a shelter. How anyone didn’t scoop him up sooner is baffling. We will never ever forget you, King Gus.
To my special guy: you had no time for the Times, and with your snow-white paws and beautiful green eyes you did the impossible: you taught me that it was ok to slow down. A hard lesson that would soon be unavoidable; baby boy, you rescued ME and started me down this new path and when you saw that I was off to a good start we parted...for now...Miss you, Skippy