Welcome to Squeak's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
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Memories of Squeak
Squeak came into my life labor day of 1995 along with two sisters and a brother. I rescued them from two small children whose grandma told them to throw the kitties away. I adopted out one sister and the brother. I kept his sister Marilyn, who is very lost with out him.

Squeak at times thought he was a dog, when you said lets go outside he went running for the door and we would go for little walks. He was my automatic alarm clock, which he did not understand about the weekends.

When we lived up in the mountains he was a sly and fast guy when it came to catching birds, especially humming birds and then he would get scolded for the hummers.

One time he brought me a gift, chewing away on a baby snake. He loved to take my watches and put them under the bed. When he would get upset with me because i was not paying attention to him he would start to tear paper apart. As he got older he mellowed, I will miss him being curled up on my lap at the computor,laying in the bathroom watching me getting ready for work, his warmth in bed,his purrs, and most of all him greeting me at the door when I came home.

I know he is in a better place and does not have to suffer anymore. He is soooo missed, he was like my child. I love you boy!!!

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