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Cat and Dog Paradise

Immortalize your Beloved Pet and Help Other Animals

Snir Sharoni  | date: 19/11/2011   

   
Cat and Dog Paradise
Photographed by Haim Schwarczenberg

“A long, long time ago, when Father still had a lot of hair on his head, a tiny cat sat at the entrance to his house…
“He wasn’t particularly pleased when I started to walk, but he was very happy when I moved into a big girl’s bed…Muli was part of our family…
“Time passed. I grew up and Muli started to get old. He couldn’t see from one eye, his hair fell out and he didn’t want to play anymore… I didn’t want him to leave me. ‘He’ll never leave you’, Mother said ‘because you will remember him forever’…
“When I woke up in the morning, I sat up in my bed. Muli wasn’t there.”

(From “Muli, the Cat I Once Had”, by Maggie Smith, Kinneret Publishing House).


Parting from a loved pet can sometimes be unbearably difficult.


Cat and Dog Paradise
Photographed by Haim Schwarczenberg


An animal that gave us so much joy, kept us company at many stations of our lives and is the source of so many memories, is suddenly gone, leaving a huge, gaping rift in our lives. The ways of coping with the death of a loved pet differs from person to person, though many find comfort in a memorial of one kind or another.

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Israel – Tel Aviv invites the public to take part in a unique project, by making a donation for the welfare of animals while immortalizing your pet. By taking part in this project, all those who donate over NIS 1,000 may memorialize their pets on our memorial board with a plaque displaying the animal’s picture and a personal inscription.

The memorial board hangs at the entrance to the puppy shelter, a special department for puppies that were abandoned at an early age and are kept under veterinary supervision.

 
When they reach the age of three months they are given their first vaccinations, and then they are ready to go out to their adoptive homes. Part of the donations are used for ongoing maintenance of the department, though all donors are welcome to choose how their contribution should be used: for food, care for horses and donkeys who are undergoing rehabilitation in the Society after being abused or neglected, expensive surgical procedures, special equipment for the winter, renovation of the petting zoo, aids and accessories for the Department of Education and Humanities, etc.

For further information, please contact the Society offices at 1599-50-2005

One month after Muli died, we went to the center for animal adoptions. Father said that Muli would have wanted us to have a new kitten, because we are “cat people”, me especially…I still miss Muli, but it is also fun having Gul-Gul. She flies from room to room, just like Muli, when he was a kitten.

(From “Muli, the Cat I Once Had”, by Maggie Smith, Kinneret Publishing House).



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