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Memories of Harrigan Belafonte
I remember the first night I met you at a Petsmart in Bowie, MD. I remember how that was also the night you chose Cherin Orlin Hershkowitz - not once, but twice- to take you home. I remember how you were the cutest baby hybrid dinosaur kitten I had ever seen. I remember your first night with us and how Mommy thought you were really hurt when she heard you go bump in the bathroom and how, many years later, she admitted she never returned you to the bathroom that night, but instead took you back to bed with her. I remember how you used to hide in Mommy's bottom drawers, climb up the sliding screen door, run across the apartment from one litter box to the other in the midst of doing your business, and come when called (which Mommy worked long and hard to teach you). You were the star of Mommy's first grade books. You loved the outdoors, especially at our old house on Trimfield Lane in Germantown, MD and kept us on our toes as you worked on your skills as a little escape artist. You shared my birthday. You were one of the best parts of coming home each day and one of the hardest parts about leaving. You jumped higher than I ever expected when we played with your rope to help you burn off energy. You were the best cuddle buddy and so persuasive, especially as you laid on piles of work that needed to be graded. You were always so patient (except sometimes when food was involved) and loving. You took care of me on many a sick day. You welcomed your sister into your life and tolerated her most days, though I believe you always loved her, deep down. You modeled excellent pedicure behavior, which I think you may have secretly enjoyed. You loved to drink water from your Dosey's (Liz Gall) sink and wake her up in the early mornings to birdwatch with you from her bedroom window. You loved to spend time in your man cave and play "mechanic" as you swam along the carpet during your foot massages. You were loved by so many including your Uncle Joshua Gleich, and Grandma Debra Gleich and Grandpa Stu Gleich. You had a strange obsession with adhesive and would come running at the slightest sound of duct tape and/or the opening of a box. My memories of you are never ending.
I remember the first night I met you at a Petsmart in Bowie, MD. I remember how that was also the night you chose Cherin Orlin Hershkowitz - not once, but twice- to take you home. I remember how you were the cutest baby hybrid dinosaur kitten I had ever seen. I remember your first night with us and how Mommy thought you were really hurt when she heard you go bump in the bathroom and how, many years later, she admitted she never returned you to the bathroom that night, but instead took you back to bed with her. I remember how you used to hide in Mommy's bottom drawers, climb up the sliding screen door, run across the apartment from one litter box to the other in the midst of doing your business, and come when called (which Mommy worked long and hard to teach you). You were the star of Mommy's first grade books. You loved the outdoors, especially at our old house on Trimfield Lane in Germantown, MD and kept us on our toes as you worked on your skills as a little escape artist. You shared my birthday. You were one of the best parts of coming home each day and one of the hardest parts about leaving. You jumped higher than I ever expected when we played with your rope to help you burn off energy. You were the best cuddle buddy and so persuasive, especially as you laid on piles of work that needed to be graded. You were always so patient (except sometimes when food was involved) and loving. You took care of me on many a sick day. You welcomed your sister into your life and tolerated her most days, though I believe you always loved her, deep down. You modeled excellent pedicure behavior, which I think you may have secretly enjoyed. You loved to drink water from your Dosey's (Liz Gall) sink and wake her up in the early mornings to bird watch with you from her bedroom window. You loved to spend time in your man cave and play "mechanic" as you swam along the carpet during your foot massages. You were loved by so many including your Uncle Joshua Gleich, and Grandma Debra Gleich and Grandpa Stu Gleich. You had a strange obsession with adhesive and would come running at the slightest sound of duct tape and/or the opening of a box. My memories of you are never ending.

You stole a piece of my heart with your first meow and it has and will forever remain yours. I miss you more than I can bare and will think of you every day. I hope that wherever you are you are forever happy, healthy, and always know how very much (beyond words) you were and always will be loved. I love you so very much Harrigan Belafonte. You were and will always be one of the greatest beings I have ever had the great honor and absolute pleasure of knowing.

You stole a piece of my heart with your first meow and it has and will forever remain yours. I miss you more than I can bare and will think of you every day. I hope that wherever you are you are forever happy, healthy, and always know how very much (beyond words) you were and always will be loved. I love you so very much Harrigan Belafonte. You were and will always be one of the greatest beings I have ever had the great honor and absolute pleasure of knowing.



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