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 This page is in memory of our birds

that passed to the Rainbow Bridge



 Roscoe's frame made larger 300 wid & hgt


 Petie on his perch

Our dear little Petie


 7-6-06 Sweetie and Petie12
 Sweetie and Petie



Petie and Rocky talking to one another

Rocky is a young bird and he is with us now.

He is only 2 years old and he is filling

 the gap of our loss of Petie.

Roscoe passed a couple of years ago


The Rainbow Bridge







I'd like the memory to be a happy one
I'd like to leave an after-glow
of smiles
when my life is done.
Id like to leave an echo whispering softly
down the ways,
of happy times and laughing times,
and bright sunny days.
I'd like your tears of sadness
to dry before the sun
of happy memories that I leave
When my life is done.


We want to pay tribute to the lady of the Cat Internet.
She was so helpful to us and we used her beautiful web site
for the formal dressing from the
Two Queens Costumery for the cats
attending the 2003 Fall Wedwink of our HoneyCat and Andy.
Doris,  was the Master Builder of so many of her cat webpages,
that I so adored, and loved to go visit them. There were also many
 kitty parties that starred the legendary Queen Bitsy.
Please visit the website of Queen Bitsy's Castle

To visit the Doris Edwards Memorial you can visit

The story of our Tuxedo cat Cindy, was written in the Amazing Amputees page,
on how Cindy began her life with us.