Wall of Rememberance
A non-profit organisation
Our cats are more than just pets - they become family. They find a way to curl up in the warmest part of our heart and they never leave us - even when they go over the rainbow bridge. This page is dedicated to a few of those special angels who are waiting on the rainbow bridge for us.
Sterling was the first kitten we adopted from KC in November 2010. We were looking for a silver, hence the name, but he crawled up my legs and chose me by kissing me. Sadly after a few months he developed a neurological disorder which almost paralysed his back legs, and then he started having severe convulsions, and we decided he could not live on valium and took our last trip with him to the vet on Saturday 2nd July 2011.
He was the most loving and bravest little guy I`ve ever known, and I will always miss him. I have tears pouring down my cheeks as I`m writing this. We will always love and miss you, my little darling Sterling. You left us a marvellous legacy, because of you, we went back three more times to adopt from Kitten Corner, and got to know all the marvellous, exceptional people who run it. For that, Sterling, thanks.