Obituary of Juliet McPeek
My little tuxedo kitty Juliet won my heart when I walked past her kennel at Lollipop and she meowed a raspy pleading call to me.At our meet and greet she crawled into my lap. The next day we went home. Living alone I needed company and I think Juliet sensed that and did all she could to fulfill my need.The first night I followed the followed the directions and put her in my small bathroom . she would have none of that and wrestled her small paws under the door opening it and jumping into my bed across the hall that became a nightly routine for most of the 5 years I had her. Settling onto the pillow above my head she pulled her paws through my hair. She wanted to be close. If i laid on the sofa she jumped onto my chest. If I was reading a book in bed, she had to get between me and the book. One particular adoring thing she did was to jump up on the piano bench while I was playing and place her paw on my elbow. she loved it when I picked her up. Purr, Purr. she would jump into my lap while I was sewing and crawl up to my chin placing her little cold wet nose under it. The rest of her was scrunched on my chest. More pronounced purring. There is a hole in my heart and town home. I see her shadows and look down feeling her rub against my leg even when she was very sick. Miss you, Mama's little kitty. will see you again some day.thank you for the joy and love you gave to all who met you.
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