|Birth: ||Apr., 1983|
|Death: ||Sep. 17, 2004|
Tiny was the runt of the litter and was pushed away by his mother. Bottle-fed and raised by Will Allen, Tiny seemed more human than animal, often trotting through the house looking for Will with a meow that almost sounded like he was calling him by name.Tiny grew to be a 15-pound loveable ball of fur. His pleasant and friendly disposition made him a buddy even to self-described cat-haters.At around age 5 or so, Tiny was diagnosed with the feline AIDS and feline leukemia and was given mere months to live. Rather than put Tiny to sleep, Will decided to keep him alive until he looked like he was suffering. That moment never came. Tiny never showed one ounce of discomfort and a second vet gave him a clean bill of health.Over his life Tiny went through the normal ups and downs of a cat's life, using up all nine lives in various escapades (his favorite prey was moving cars, only one of which he actually caught when the driver stopped suddenly and Tiny hit the tire with his face). He finally succumbed to kidney failure after living out the equivalent of three lifetimes for an indoor-outdoor tomcat.He was cremated and sits atop the TV so he doesn't miss his favorite shows.
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: The Passenger
Record added: Jul 10, 2005
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