Doodles was one of 4 kittens found under a school after the mother cat had died. These kittens were rescued and hand raised by a vet tech in Houston Texas working with Dr. Folger’s office. We adopted 2 of the kittens Mungo and Doodles from Michele who was the kittens first human mom. We lived with our kitties in Houston from 2001 – 2007. When we moved to Oregon. Dr. Folger’s office helped us fly our kitties to Oregon where they lived with us for the next 9 years. Doodles was a petite gray tabby and Mungo was a large black and white tabby mix. We loved them so much! Mungo died in the fall of of 2014 from Lymphoma and Doodles died of old age, hyperthyroidism, heart problems, and seizures in spring of 2017. The photo of Doodles is not long before she got very ill. She was curled up in her basket asleep on my sweater in front of our gas heater (pilot light warmed) I called her Doodles because she had spots and stripes and she liked to doodle (play) with things.

A donation was made in Doodles's memory and the memorial was created on April 19, 2017.

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