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Bailey H. Wynter
Birth: 2002
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 18, 2013
Mecklenburg County
North Carolina, USA

My Bailey. She was a gray shorthair cat. The name Bailey came from my great great grandmothers maiden name. Bailey was a very loving cat. Her mother, brothers and sisters were not very friendly, but she liked to make up for it. She was closest to her sister Ashton (the white/gray cat in the pictures). Those two were always together. Ashton misses her.

Her unfortunate nickname was Bailey Butt. She loved to head butt you when she wanted attention, which was all the time.

She was born in the Spring of 2002. I found her mother, Zoe in front of my home around February or March of 2002, it was a cold night and she was brought in and immediately became mine. A few weeks later, she was at the vet to be fixed and I got a call from my vet that it was two late, she was pregnant with 3-5 kittens. Oh well, they would became mine too.

The morning Zoe had her kittens I could tell something was up, so I rushed off to a meeting and hurried home as fast as I could. Two gray kittens were already born. I always thought that they were Hemmie and his sister Sage (later Lil' Bit), just a hunch, I never really knew as they looked so much alike. Shortly after I arrived home another little gray kitten was born, who I always thought was Bailey, followed by a snowball white kitten named Ashton. Lil' Bit went to live with my father and his cat Aaron. I kept the rest.

Bailey and Aston always played together, groomed, and slept by each other. I remember them as little kittens always together.

Bailey had a few medical problems. She would get a skin infection every six months to a year. It would be like a large open wound along her head and chin. We would have to take her to the vet for a shot. I think that took a tole on her and contributed to a large weight gain. She did not like the oral medicines. I will never forget one time when I thought the vet was going to lose a finger to her.

Otherwise, she was a happy cat who loved attention. Her favorite toy was a green fuzzy catepillar that she carried all over the place. It was usually by her side where it still is now.

Her last night, Zoe and Aston had tried to get out the door. After wrangling them in, I looked at Bailey, who was curled up in her little bed under the table. I told her "You are a good girl!" The next morning she was gone.

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Other pets that I had during her life were Asia and her babies, then Gigli G. Wynter and Binky Wynter and Dominic G. Wynter and Jagger Wynter.

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On a personal note, I would like to thank Saralyn (#46538086) for sponsering Bailey's memorial. If you have a moment, please click on her link at the bottom of this page and visit some of her special memorials.

Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: Family Pet buried at home.
Created by: Lanie
Record added: Sep 18, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 117266755
Bailey H. Wynter
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Bailey H. Wynter
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Bailey H. Wynter
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