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1899.
Richard Carvel” and petted my darling little Rudolph – who grew lovelier every day. He was certainly the nicest little cat I ever knew so tame – so purry and sweet and fearless and loving. We all just loved the little fellow – and he was growing so handsome – His coat was so thick & soft and his little paws so white. I can’t bear to put down that his bright little life is ended. Last Thursday - O’Kane’s man ran over his little front leg and broke it so badly it couldn’t be mended without his suffering (He didn’t whimper – the darling!) and I had to pluck up courge to tell the doctor to put him to sleep with chloroform before it began to make him suffer. I can’t bear to think of it and last night I cried myself to sleep – and we all feel so – The brave little cat – I hope he’s happy if we are terribly lonesome without him! I haven’t one good picture of him since he got big but it seems as tho’ I remembered every curve of his little body and neck and restless little paws – and bright beautiful clear eyes and such playful ways. He was playing with the leaves

1899.
Richard Carvel” and petted my darling little Rudolph – who grew lovelier every day. He was certainly the nicest little cat I ever knew so tame – so purry and sweet and fearless and loving. We all just loved the little fellow – and he was growing so handsome – His coat was so thick & soft and his little paws so white. I can’t bear to put down that his bright little life is ended. Last Thursday - O’Kane’s man ran over his little front leg and broke it so badly it couldn’t be mended without his suffering (He didn’t whimper – the darling!) and I had to pluck up courge to tell the doctor to put him to sleep with chloroform before it began to make him suffer. I can’t bear to think of it and last night I cried myself to sleep – and we all feel so – The brave little cat – I hope he’s happy if we are terribly lonesome without him! I haven’t one good picture of him since he got big but it seems as tho’ I remembered every curve of his little body and neck and restless little paws – and bright beautiful clear eyes and such playful ways. He was playing with the leaves

1899.
Richard Carvel” and petted my darling little Rudolph – who grew lovelier every day. He was certainly the nicest little cat I ever knew so tame – so purry and sweet and fearless and loving. We all just loved the little fellow – and he was growing so handsome – His coat was so thick & soft and his little paws so white. I can’t bear to put down that his bright little life is ended. Last Thursday - O’Kane’s man ran over his little front leg and broke it so badly it couldn’t be mended without his suffering (He didn’t whimper – the darling!) and I had to pluck up courge to tell the doctor to put him to sleep with chloroform before it began to make him suffer. I can’t bear to think of it and last night I cried myself to sleep – and we all feel so – The brave little cat – I hope he’s happy if we are terribly lonesome without him! I haven’t one good picture of him since he got big but it seems as tho’ I remembered every curve of his little body and neck and restless little paws – and bright beautiful clear eyes and such playful ways. He was playing with the leaves
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