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Beloved Humans

In Honor of the Life of Malia Stromquist rainbow bridge
From: Joanna Patrice & C.A.R.E.
A gentle loving person, who touched all our lives and C.A.R.E's animals' lives with her generosity and love. Malia's was a rare soul;
one with a great heart who loved and cared for others deeply. She walked the walk and never just talked the talk. Malia was ( and we are
sure still is) a great lover of all animals. She was the greatest Mom to her precious fur kids Berta, Moocher and Snow Ball.

In Loving Memory of: Majel Barrett Roddenberry rainbow bridge
From: C.A.R.E. and its fur-folk
A great lady who shared a love of the small ones of this world. We know that she was met by many waggings and purrings just the other side of the Rainbow Bridge!

In Loving Memory of: Margaret "Kenny" Laird rainbow bridge
From:  Carolyn Martin
In memory of my sister.

In Loving Memory of:  Llewellyn rainbow bridge
From:  Tim Plunkett & Bill Myers
Llewellyn "Luke" Plunkett was a true hero from the greatest generation ever! A resident of Vancouver, WA, he was the beloved father of Tim
Plunkett, Chief Instructor for Self-Defense Systems, as well as the devoted guardian of his little gray cat "Gizzi." Luke Plunkett passed away on January 22, 2007, at the age of 83. Plunkett was a war hero of the June 6, 1944 Normandy Invasion.
A member of the 82nd Airborne Division, he was awarded the Purple Heart and proudly received 4 Bronze Stars and an Oak Cluster. His last thoughts centered on the future of his feline companion, Gizzi. And so a call went out to the Vancouver community for an adoptive family! And one was found: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16828848/ Please join us in celebrating the life of Luke Plunkett, a true hero!

In Loving Memory of:  Francine Katzenbogen rainbow bridge
From:  Amanda and Mary Z.
In fond memory.

In Loving Memory of: Jacqueline Majeski rainbow bridge
From: John Majeski

In Loving Memory of:  Bernard Tiernan rainbow bridge
From: Andrea Humberger

In Loving Memory of: Leata Anderson rainbow bridge
From:  Mary Z.

In Loving Memory of: Patti Bottcelle rainbow bridge
From:  John and Tracy Graham
A thoughtful, generous, one-of-a kind lady who will hold a special place in our hearts forever.

In Loving Memory of: Patti Bottcelle rainbow bridge
From:  Hal and Ruth Hart
In Memory of Patti Bottcelle, who loved all animals. In fact, we first met her when she rang our doorbell, trying to find a home for a Siamese cat whose owner could no longer take care of him.

In Honor of the Life of: Violet B. Hanna rainbow bridge
From:  Gwen and Larry Augustine
Violet crossed the Rainbow Bridge July 2014 and is survived by her daughter, Bonnie Hanna