In this section, you will find an honour roll for all of our beloved companions listed in alphabetical order by the first name. Please click on the letters to see the memorials that have already been added.
Animal friends will be remembered on our Today We Remember page on the anniversary of their death.
Animal friends that passed away within the last 3 years will also be remembered on our Facebook page. Please note that only memorials with a photo included and the date of death recorded can be shared on Facebook.
Unknown - 24/07/13
Human family: Bindhu Naz Arun
Photo(s) of TJ (1)
We got TJ little brown fur ball, originally to keep our other cat (Sooty) company, unfortunately a fox took Sooty away from us in 2011. So we got TJ a little friend Tiny who's like a little fluffy white toy. Tj was a lovely, shy, timid cat indoors and happy and confident outside. Possible because of his poor living conditions he was born into the family we bought him from shouldnt have had any animals it was a disgusting environment and im sure they only had cats to make few bucks.
Regardless we took him home had him seen to by a VET ASAP gave Tj a lovely home and he was well loved, it seemed we where making progress with his confidence indoors he was begining to talk inside never use t do that before, but then unfortunately last week Wednesday on my way to work at 7am I found my baby laying on the pavement he bleed internally possibly hit by a car in the early hours.
Words can't explain the grief Tiny his little cat brother and his all his owners feel. We miss him dearly. He was so confident in the garden it was is favourite place to be so we buried you there and hope you are happy in the sky possibly with Sooty. missing like crazy and all my sky cats. RIP TJ I wish you peace.
Tiny misses you like crazy I can see him looking out the window for you. He still half eats his jelly and looks to see if your going to finish it for him. But don't worry too much your big brother TIger is looking after him and finishing the food for you now. xxx
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