Keyana wasn’t a cat that I went out and adopted. She was a cat that saw me getting groceries from the car one day, and decided, “That’s my human.” She followed me every time I stepped outside, and sneaked into my apartment every time I went in. Eventually I gave up, took her to a vet and adopted her. To say she was always a charming cat to everyone would not be honest. She was a haughty, talkative creature that let you know when she wanted attention, and when she didn’t. But to me, she was a shadow. A constant companion. She would greet me at the door when I came home, and sleep next to me on my other pillow when I slept. She was the perfect cat for me. My only comfort is that she’s with my dog, Houdini, whom she loved, and missed, and I will miss them both until my heart stops beating.
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX