September 11, 1992 ~ October 30, 2012
If there was a definition of love wrapped up in a ball of fur, it was Pepper. Pepper found me as a small kitten when I was still living with my parents and in college. She got me through a marriage and a divorce, three moves, and more ups and downs than I can remember. Pepper had this wonderful magnetic attraction for my lap — anytime I was laying down, she was right there, snuggling up and purring like there was no tomorrow. And she absolutely insisted on sleeping with me at night, curled up right under my arm. She was the sweetest, most gentle cat you could ever know. It was pure love that kept her alive for 20 years, and I will always treasure each and every moment that she was with me. I can rest easy knowing that she felt no pain, and that before she left, I had the chance to hold her in my arms, tell her how much I loved her, and was able to say goodbye. There will always be a paw-shaped hole in my heart for Pepper, and I will always love her and always remember her. Thank you God for giving me such a wonderful animal
All Paws Great and Small Crematory
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX