Emmie (Emmaline Joy) Gwynn lost her two-year battle with Hyperthyroid on August 13, 2011. Emmie was a wonderful cat. I fell in love with her when I visited my veterinary clinic eleven years ago looking for a companion for my other cat. There was Emmie in a cage; one she’d been in since someone brought her in, pregnant. Homes were found for her babies, but no home had yet been found for “mamma cat”. Emmie yawned at me over her chubby belly. My heart melted. I asked to hold her and once I did, I knew I wanted to hold her forever, so I brought her home with me, and we became a family. Emmie’s nickname was Peach Pie because of an orange spot on her nose that looked like she’d stuck her face into a peach cobbler. I used to tell her “You’re pretty as a peach and twice as sweet!” She was always sweet and loving, and never sick a day in her life until she was diagnosed with Hyperthyroid two years ago. She slowly lost all her plushness and became so frail, yet she still did not complain. She was my baby girl, and best friend to Sophie, Samuel (Samu), little Sammy, Precious, Moose-Edward, Abigail Rose, and Gigi (her cat family). She will be missed every day of my life. I was blessed to have her for 11 years, and now, she, Samu, Gigi, and Abby all wait on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge. Mommy loves you, Peach Pie…every single day.
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX