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  <h1  class="text-primary">In   Memoriam
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  <h6 width="80%" align="center" margin="50px">Two cherished souls in my life who are gone from my world this year, my father, Joseph Calish, and my cat , Gareth.</h6>
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    <h3 class="text-center">The Galloping Cat</h3>
      <h6 class="text-center" style="font-style:italic">by Stevie Smith</h6> 
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    <pre>Oh I am a cat that likes to 
Gallop about doing good
So
One day when I was 
Galloping about doing good, I saw
A Figure in the path; I said:
Get off! (Be-
cause
I am a cat that likes to 
Gallop about doing good)
But he did not move, instead
He raised his hand as if 
To land me a cuff
So I made to dodge so as to 
Prevent him Bringing it orf,
Un-for-tune-ately I slid
On a banana skin
Some Ass had left instead
Of putting in the bin. So
His hand caught me on the cheek
I tried
To lay his arm open from wrist to elbow 
With my sharp teeth
Because I am 
A cat that likes to gallop about doing good.
Would you believe it?
He wasn't there
My teeth met nothing but air,
But a Voice said: Poor cat,
(Meaning me) and a soft stroke 
Came on me head
Since when
I have been bald.
A martyr to doing good.
Also I heard a swoosh 
As of wings, and saw 
A halo shining at the height of 
Mrs Gubbing's backyard fence,
So I thought: What's the good 
Of galloping about doing good
When angels stand in the path
And do not do as they should
Such as having an arm to be bitten off
All the same I 
Intend to go on being
A cat that likes to 
Gallop about doing good
So
Now with my bald head I go,
Chopping the untidiy floweers down, to 
   and fro,
An' scooping up the grass to show
Underneath
The cinder path of wrath
Ha ha ha ha, ho,
Angels aren't the only ones who do not know
What's what and that
Galloping about doing good 
Is a full-time job
That needs 
An experienced eye of earthly 
Sharpness, worth I dare say
(If you'll forgive a personal note)
A good deal more
Than all that skyey stuff
Of angels that make so bold as
To pity a cat like me that 
Gallops about doing good.</pre> 
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     <p>From <cite>John Gay's book of CATS</cite> by John Gay 1975</p> 
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    <p>Besides the obvious differences in the two, my father was a World War II veteran and Purple Heart Recipient which left him with 50% disabled. Nevertheless, he went on to raise and support our family without reliance on public assistance. He was a member of the <a href="http://www.purpleheart.org/" target="_blank"> Military Order of Purple Heart </a>  and loved cats, as all of our family did. In his retirement, in addtion to taking care of his own indoor cats, he faithfully fed the outdoor cats who came for a handout.</p>

<p>My father was lucky enough to live to the age of 93, but Gareth was not so fortunate. He succumbed to the effects of a malignant sarcoma at 9 years of age.</p>

<p>It was sad to see them both go from active, healthy, self-reliant individuals to states of humiliation over their growing frailties. They have both given me so much love and happiness in their own ways. Not a day goes by that I don't think of either of them and miss them.</p>
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