12/16/2007 - 6/25/2020Imogen was my peace and happiness when I was otherwise anxious and depressed. She was my safety, my stability, my solace. Imogen would wake me up in the morning by gently walking on my sleepy body, meowing for me to be present with her for the day and to give her breakfast. She always would eagerly meow in excitement while I prepared her food and would happily eat away once I put her bowl in front of her. When I sat at my desk with coffee, she always perched right by my side on the leg of the couch, sometimes looking up at me with those beautiful, wondrous eyes. When I would come home, Imogen would run to the door to greet me. These are some of the things I will miss most about my best friend. I have never grieved like this before and there are times when it feels completely insurmountable. I just want her back with me, safe and happy. You were the most beautiful part of my life, Imogen. I love you forever.Audrey CaseDayton, OhioJune 26, 2020
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