In 2011, a little kitten came into the lives of Lynda and her 31 year old Autistic Son, Christopher in Englewood, NJ. That kitten was named Kineko aka Babydolly. Their lives wouldn’t be the same ever again for she brought love and joy and great comfort into their lives. Her life was a little spicy and diva-like, but they still loved her. She always thought she was the queen of the throne, as her cat mommy would always describe it. And her cat-daddy always was concerned about her too, yet they both gave great affection and deep love for this cat. She had a instinct in always helping her when she was sick. Her behavior changed as she would be on the bed, every day she would be on the bed and then she would stay by mommy’s pillows to not to go back to sleep. Mommy cat knew….she meant business and she would go to doctors. Everytime Babydolly changed her habit, she would be forceful and more until she knew that mommy cat would take of what was wrong with her. 4 months before July, she would be on the bed one more time, and she showed her tummy, and saw hair on it, she knew that something was wrong. Due to covid-19, both mommy cat and daddy cat couldn’t bring her to the doctors and the last few weeks she couldn’t jump or run or anything and then, the day before the appointment, it grew large. Mommy cat knew that babydolly made the ultimate sacrifice, she was to suffer no more. On Wednesday, the 22nd of July of this year, at 12:5OPM, Kineko aka Babydolly, received not only her spiritual promotion, but her final call to cross the rainbow bridge. The doctors at Oradell animal hospital aka “The angels” stayed with Babydolly and kept telling her as she crossed over, how much we all loved her and as she went peacefully. Babydolly is survived by her mommy cat Lynda Grace Monahan and her Daddy Cat, Christopher Gagliardi, who still weeps with profound sorrow at such a loss. Babydolly was 11 in cat years, but 6O in human and truly a cat that had a life well lived and made their lives, truly, worth living for.