Purrfect Friends Memorials:
Please join us to recognize the memorial donations made in memory of the loved ones listed below. We extend our deepest sympathies to each family in their time of loss.
|In loving memory of Jennifer
Miley, from her family.
Jeni was a Class of 2000 graduate of Winton Woods High School. She lived in Greenhills, Ohio all of her life and was involved in many community activities. She was captain of the Drill Team during her senior year and was also involved in the choir and band throughout the years of her high school career. She was a volunteer with the HOSTS program, the Big Sister Organization and was active in the Christian organization, Young Life. She also had a great love for animals and was always finding homes for stray cats and dogs. She attended the University of Cincinnati majoring in Journalism. Her long term goal was to use this degree to have a career in broadcasting to help people on a world-wide scale.
|In loving memory of Sweetie, from Roy Scheid|
|In loving memory of Margie Wilson, co-founder of Purrfect
Friends Cat Rescue.
Margie was an integral part of our rescue, and is deeply missed by friends, family and furry ones alike. Her positive spirit and can-do attitude saved countless animals through the years and has been an inspiration to many people to continue her generous work. Her family kindly asked for donations in her memory to the rescue and the response was overwhelming- saving cats is her legacy. We will miss you Margie!! Read a wonderful article about her from the Journal News.
of Hatch, a loving, sweet Mt. Adams cat rescued by Angie Selchan (a PF
founding member), from Generositee, a non-profit company that provides
quality tee shirts for organizations at a reasonable price, and donates
all profits to benefit women, children and animals. .
Hatch our handsome Maine Coon brought joy to our lives and to the lives of our family and friends for
the 11 ½ years he was on earth. He was more human than cat, as he had the uncanny ability to give
you furry hugs whenever you held him. He loved to play catch and jump on beds. Always happy and
purring, he was a gentle giant whose goal was to share love unconditionally. What a gift to us he was.
He came from humble beginnings when he was born on Hatch Street in the Mt. Adams area of Cincinnati. His parents were strays and he was pulled from them as a kitten by a wonderful woman, Joyce, who fostered him. She put his picture on the laundry-mat window and that’s where I first saw him in September of 2000. I adopted the tiny fur ball with the big paws within seconds of meeting him. He became the conduit to my work with rescuing animals and the link to the formation of the rescue group Purrfect Friends, a not-for-profit rescue group that I formed with 3 girlfriends in 2001. The group expanded and has an excellent reputation for fostering and placing over 500 cats a year in forever homes. Hatch’s legacy serves as a reminder that if you have love and a purpose you can change the world.
He and his siblings, all rescue cats, moved with me to Oregon in October of 2007 and we joined a much larger circle of family and friends when I met and married my loving husband Bruce. This is indeed a very sad time for us but we cherish our memories and are eternally grateful for the time we had with him.
Thanks to the staff at the Dove Lewis Hospital who cared for him in his final days and helped him with his peaceful journey to heaven. This was not the outcome we had hoped for, but we will always be grateful for the humanity and compassion we received. We trust that Hatch has safely arrived at the
Rainbow Bridge with a brand new heart and is purring and wagging his big fluffy tail.
memory of Dan and Margaret Pennington's cat, Precious, from Sherry Case
and Pauleen Follmer
|We are very sad to say goodbye to Iggy Cummins; his time with us was much too short, but we will treasure it always.||
|In loving memory of Thelma King, mother of Nancy Buenemann (a Purrfect Friends volunteer), from Ryan and Cheryl Goldwire and Connie Wagner.|
|In loving memory of Punkin, Dixie West's cat, who lived a wonderful 20 years and will be missed.|
|In loving memory of Bernard B. Borden, father of Susan Borden from
Her co-workers at Bethesda North Medical Records and the CDMP Nurses
|In loving memory of SugarPop, with deepest condolences from Pastor Kimberly A Rapczak. Although he was lost very young to the dreaded FIP virus, he won't be forgotten.|
|In loving memory of Cornelia "Nini" Hoffman from the Doctors and Staff of Lewis Animal Hospital.|