1/31/2008 - 1/25/2017Several years ago, when I brought my five cats to the vet he asked me “Which one is your favorite?” I said, “That’s easy, I hit the jackpot when I adopted Kyra. She was a true people-lover! She got along well with my other cats but she loved people more than anything else. She treated everyone as though they were her best friend and she became my ‘greeter’ at the front door. Nothing upset her: She was cool and calm and there was never a peep out of her when traveling in the car, going to the vet, meeting strangers, being passed around from person to person and having her picture taken wearing funny hats and sitting on Santa’s lap and on the Easter Bunny’s lap. She didn’t demand food and wasn’t picky about what I fed her. The one thing she did demand was to sit on my lap as much as she possibly could. At night she slept with me under the covers snuggled against my chest. Back in the early 1980's I had a cat that was the light of my life and I thought I’d never find another cat that I loved as much. I finally succeeded with Kyra. Nothing will ever replace the happy days and love my little Kyra gave me.Herndon, VirginiaJanuary 31, 2017
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Darling Kyra was such a beautiful, sweet, and special kitty. She brought joy to everyone who ever met her. And she had the cutest tufts of hair on her nose like no other!
Rest in peace little darling.
Nora Glaser - February 12, 2017

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