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Our Beloved Tiffy

On August 1996, we traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to get our new baby, a Mitted Seal Point Ragdoll kitten. When we first saw her, she was so precious, a ball of white fur with a beautiful dark face and the most beautiful blue eyes. I remember all the way back home she would bury her head under my arm and every once in a while she would put her head up and meow softly. We named her Tiffy. She quickly grew into a beautiful, graceful adult cat. She never wanted for anything. She was spoiled and she knew it. Her favorite toy was a fishing pole toy that I had made for her. She would run and jump, and then attack it. Sometime she would jump at least 3 feet off the ground. She loved to sit with me on the couch after I came home from work and I would pet her and brush her. This was one of our favorite times together. She would follow us around and greet us at the door. She loved to look out the front window and watch us leave and return home. On January 21, 2010, Tiffy passed over the Rainbow Bridge. We did not want her to leave us, but we knew we had to let her go. We love her so very, very much and miss her terribly. She was the most beautiful and wonderful cat you could ever have and she will live in our hearts forever. She was truly our furry child. We love you Tiffy!!! We will see you again at the Rainbow Bridge. Your loving Mama and Daddy (Ann and Stan Smuniewski)

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