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We rescued Newt in 1996 in North Carolina. Since that time he lived in five U.S. cities and four foreign countries, He had flown more miles than most people. He was the sweetest, most loyal cat anyone could wish for. He acted as the ambassador of good will whenever we brought feral foster kittens into our home. Although one of the smartest cats I have ever known, Newt had a silly side to him as he never did figure out that his tail was attached to him as he chased it endlessly! He brought joy to our hearts and home every single day for almost 17 years. Mr. Newt died last week. He may be gone but he will never, ever, be forgotten. R.I.P Newt.
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