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Bear Doodle Lantrip
December 6, 2006 ~ November 13, 2022 (age 15) 15 Years Old
On November 13, 2022, we said good-bye to a beloved family member, Bear Doodle, as he passed peacefully in his sleep. Bear was deeply loved by many and will be forever missed. Bear was born on December 6, 2006. From that day forward he was a constant companion and best friend. His pure, unconditional love brought anyone around him through so many tough times. He brought so much joy to everyone's lives who knew him. It completely broke his dad's heart when he left this world.
Bear was the most loving cat ever. He was very affectionate and constantly showed it. He loved sitting on his dad's chest and licking his face. If anyone else was close to him, they got groomed as well. Bear loved to explore outside. He would walk around the yard, lay in the soft grass, rest in the leaves, and lounge on the outdoor furniture. Bear was so laid back he would even go for wagon rides with the kids. His dad even used to take him for car rides. Many times he would knock on the door when he was ready to come in. Bear loved snacking with his dad and he looked forward every day to his kitty snacks, gravy packs and his soft food. Bear was an amazing cat. His attitude and personality was the best that there is. His family is so thankful for all the wonderful years and amazing memories he blessed them with. Not a single day will go by that he won't be missed.
"One day we will see Bear again. Until that day comes we pray he rests peacefully in the arms of Jesus, just right across the Rainbow Bridge. Bear, you will forever be loved and missed."