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Amelia T Cat October 29th 04 01:33 AM

Tribute: Samantha, house of Mahoney
 
Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family

The Clowder October 29th 04 01:53 AM

Amelia T Cat wrote:

Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Small tabby leans forward in her chair as Amelia passes by

Dat wuz wonderful, I feeel like I no yur Samantha. A beeyootiful
Tribyoot, Amelia.

Mietze
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The Clowder October 29th 04 01:53 AM

Amelia T Cat wrote:

Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Small tabby leans forward in her chair as Amelia passes by

Dat wuz wonderful, I feeel like I no yur Samantha. A beeyootiful
Tribyoot, Amelia.

Mietze
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Heather October 29th 04 05:14 AM


"Amelia T Cat" wrote in message
...
Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring

heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Amelia, dat waz a luvlee tribyewt. Weez sorree weez dint git a chans tu
meet hur.

DaRennieKidz



Heather October 29th 04 05:14 AM


"Amelia T Cat" wrote in message
...
Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring

heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Amelia, dat waz a luvlee tribyewt. Weez sorree weez dint git a chans tu
meet hur.

DaRennieKidz



Miss Violette October 29th 04 08:10 AM

Miss Violette's house turns up the purrs just a notch as this is for all
intents and purposes an extended family memfur. We are sad fur your unka's
loss, Miss Violette
Amelia T Cat wrote in message
...
Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring

heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family




Miss Violette October 29th 04 08:10 AM

Miss Violette's house turns up the purrs just a notch as this is for all
intents and purposes an extended family memfur. We are sad fur your unka's
loss, Miss Violette
Amelia T Cat wrote in message
...
Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring

heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family




Mlle. Anaïs October 29th 04 04:12 PM

On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:33:47 -0700, Amelia T Cat wrote:

Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Owr sympafies to yew an yur fambily. Dat wuz a lufflt tribyoot.

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Purrs,

Mlle. Anaïs
10/29/2004 11:11:37 AM
anais+at+electric-ink+dot+com

Mlle. Anaïs October 29th 04 04:12 PM

On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:33:47 -0700, Amelia T Cat wrote:

Amelia aproaches the podium

Cleopatra, Tabitha, Samuel, please come join me.

Samantha was not a member of our immediate household. She lived with our
Paw's brother, our Unca Pat. Samantha had been with Pat for several
years, and before then had lived with Paw and Unca Pat's grandmother for
many years. She was a wonderful, loyal, protective cat.

She guarded her territory well and didn't let any intruders in. Strange
dogs never came into her yard (at least, not more than once). Neighbor
cats were never allowed in either, except that Samantha could tell when
a stray cat was in need of food or shelter and would allow them to enter
her yard, and would sometimes even allow them into her house for food or
shelter.

Samantha was also very tolerant of Unca Pat's d-pets. One incident
stands out in my mind. Pat's d-pet Bridget used to always bark at people
walking too close to the front fence. She got great fun from doing this.
Bridget was getting old, though. One day, close to the time when Bridget
left for the Rainbow Bridge, Samantha, Pat, and Bridget were all sitting
in the front yard. Just then a group of teenagers walked past the house,
making a lot of noise. Bridget was too tired and weak to go bark at
them. Seeing this, Samantha charged at the fence, yowling and screaming
at the teenagers to go away. Sam saw that Bridget was too tired to do
her guard duty, so Sam did it for her, allowing Bridget to rest some
more. I think that pretty clearly illustrates Samantha's big, caring heart.

It was this year that Samantha lost her battle with that awful monster,
CRF. Samantha, we will all miss you.

Amelia
for the entire Mahoney family


Owr sympafies to yew an yur fambily. Dat wuz a lufflt tribyoot.

--
Purrs,

Mlle. Anaïs
10/29/2004 11:11:37 AM
anais+at+electric-ink+dot+com

Ray or Fran October 29th 04 06:28 PM

Fangu Amelia for telling us more about Samantha so weze could get to know
her some. She sounds like she was a wonderful friend to the entire family
regardless of species.

Punkins & Puddi Cat

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