Tuesday, August 23, 2005



Jenny. Died August 23, 2005. Age 17

Beloved friend and companion to all of Jan’s Funny Farm residents.

We love you and miss you.

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© 2005 Janice Price

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  1. Dear Funny Farm family,
    I am sorry to hear about your loss of Jenny. But, I know that now she and Grayce and Shorty and Benji and Murphy are somewhere sunny and warm, with lots of treats and snacks, healthy and full of fun as they run and play. We miss them terribly, but they are still alive in our hearts because we loved them and they loved us.

  2. Hi funny farm family, Jenny will miss you as much as you miss her. Someday when the time is right, you will all be with her again, until then you have to all stick together and support each other. Don't forget to touch paws and let each other know how much you care. P.S. Stay extra close to Jan 'cause I know she'll want to be extra close to each of you.
    Your Friend,

  3. Hi Jan,
    I am so sorry for your loss of Jenny.My heart goes out to you and all the Funny Farm Family. Knowing Jeeny is at peace now, with no pain or suffering, she is raceing in the fields of sunshine,and basking in the light of our Lord.
    One day may you see a rainbow tru your tears,and the Golden memories lighten your heart.
    as always
    Kc..Annie, Mistidawn and Gyspy

  4. It's always sad to lose a special friend such as your Jenny was. I feel for your loss as I too have a much loved 17 year old cat, Tinker, who I realise may not be with me for much longer. I know Jenny will always have a special place in your heart and memories of her will be with you forever. God will take care of her for you until you meet again. Wish I could give you a hug. God Bless.

  5. We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved Jenny. We know how it feels as we lost our two babies Jerry & Dusty a few years ago too. They were like children to us. We know that they, and your Jenny, are all together beyond the rainbow bridge. I read somewhere (I wish I could find it now..it was written by a Christian veterinarian) about our beloved animals in Heaven. To paraphrase, it said; In answer to the question of whether or not our pets go to heaven...we are promised, through Christ's salvation, a Heaven that is 100% and totally complete with all things to make His kingdom a true paradise. How could a place as beautiful and complete as that Not include our beloved pets? The author said he knew in his heart that our pets were waiting for us on the other side. He quoted several other passages of scripture to corroborate this. I wish I could include it all verbatim. It left us with no doubt what-so-ever, and was a great comfort to us during the time of our loss. May you be comforted as well during this time.
    With love,
    Mike & Pat


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