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Tigger RaeAnn

Tigger RaeAnn's Memorial
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A donation was made in Tigger RaeAnn's memory by Doctors and Staff of the Valley Veterinary Clinic and Dr. French. Her memorial was created on 1/13/2014.
Tigger RaeAnn was a rescue kitty that was given to me in the spring of 1998....she was sitting in the front driver's set of the car the first time I saw her. She was so tinny almost too young to be away from her birth mom but with the love I showered her and with a watchful eye she grew in to a beautiful gray tabby. In no time at all Tigger RaeAnn became my best friend....that December we traveled to Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho and back to Spokane Washington all with in 10 days.
In the Spring of 2006 Tigger RaeAnn needed to have a small spot removed from her side just to make sure it wasn't cancer....the wonderful side was that the spot was benign (not cancer) but the down side was that she was now facing a major health issue....renal failure. Tigger RaeAnn was in for the fight of her life and spent the next five days in the vet's clinic and because the clinic didn't offer overnight service she had to spend the night at the pet emergency clinic. When Tigger RaeAnn was able to come home she had to have IV fluids administered each evening to keep her hydrated and now a special food for renal failure. Soon this crisis passed and Tigger RaeAnn was back to her loving and special self (thank you to all the wonderful veterinarians at Valley Veterinary Clinic in Spokane Valley who provided such wonderful care....if it wasn't for them my Tigger RaeAnn wouldn't have recovered).
After years of unconditional love and life long companion my beautiful Tigger RaeAnn received her wings on November 4th, 2013 and is now my guardian angel.

Julieann R.

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