Mr. Bamboo Browne
8/1/2014 - 3/13/2014What I miss most about Mr. Bamboo:
1. His sweet face.
2. His kisses. Whenever you would pet him, he always wanted to lick your hand to say thank you.
3. His appreciation for peace. If Chip and I argued, he would come and stand between us and meow. He hated conflict.
4. His love for his sister kitties. He'd groom both Bella and Tiki. Usually he'd lick the top of their heads for a quick bath. When Bella was a tiny kitten, he'd hold her down with his paw to give her a bath. She squirmed, but he held her in place until she was clean.
5. How he endured trouble with grace. With his mast cell cancer and the intestinal problems he had, he could've been mean since surely he was in pain. Instead, he was always sweet and never lashed out. When he came to us, he'd been abused, but even so, he trusted us to take care of him.
Melissa Sprouse BrowneWest Columbia, South CarolinaMarch 20, 2014
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Mr. Bamboo was a precious soul that graced your lives for too short of a time. I feel privileged to have witnessed the deep love and devotion between you all--it was truly humbling. Please know that you and your kitties remain in my heart as you grieve your special boy.Sunday Cozzi - March 27, 2014
God Bless Mr. Bamboo for his loving nature and sweet caring disposition. I'm sure Dr. Boy is tending to the other babies, with his beautiful angel wings. My heart goes out to you, I know how difficult this is. May your precious memories comfort you until you meet your sweet boy again one day at the bridge. Love and hugs.Cheryl Wyatt - March 24, 2014

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