From the first day my mother saw him at the Humane Society she couldn't resist those bright blue eyes. He was just a little kitten when my mom got him and he had a rough start at life. He was in a cage in the office and was meowing to get her attention, and even though she didn't want a male cat, she brought him home.
Trey Bedocs was mostly Siamese and part human. He had a long life of 18 years and even though he was practically toothless at the end of his life , he was still a spoiled boy in all of those days. He enjoyed drinking water from the bathroom sink, going outside to explore, and cuddling up. He will be forever missed as he never knew a stranger and was always wanting love from everyone. I'm sure we will still hear him meow for attention even now that he's gone. We will miss him everyday, thank you Dr. Shell & staff and Gundrum Funeral Home & Crematory for taking care of Trey Boy.
Always, The Bedocs Family.
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