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Our cat Stockton lived more than 30 years.  He had as much personality as a movie star and a talent for negotiating.  Stockton was as attentive, curious, and sociable as any puppy.  He never scratched the furniture.  He taught us much about living with dignity and charm into your senior years.  We will miss him dearly and his legacy of love will live on in our hearts.