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It is with a very heavy heart we share the passing of our friend killer. She lost her battle with cancer today. Sending our love and prayers to everyone at Station 57, especially Nancy who made sure her last days were filled with love and affection. #Repost @station57cat @get_reposter ❤❤❤ it is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Killer, early this morning.❤❤❤ It is through an avalanche of tears that I write this to all of you who loved her as much as we did. Killer was only at our station for slightly more than 4 years but those 4 years were filled with so much love and enjoyment of this sweet and sassy girl that it seemed like much longer. Through Killers antics a beautiful international community of wonderful people came together and I cannot stress enough how much i love you all. With so much strife, negativity, and uncertainty I could always count on the many comments on Killer's posts to be friendly, happy, and supportive, especially during these last few weeks. Killer had such a huge impact in her short life. She made a stressful job much easier to handle for those of us here at Station 57 and I personally don't even remember how it was to work in a Killer-less environment. She was an ambassador for promoting alternative living situations for homeless animals that wouldnt fare well in finding a regular home. She assisted in getting many of her feral brethren TNRd and adopted. Through Killer, I and my coworkers have made many amazing friends. Who knew all this would happen when this small shy cat wandered in a few years ago and decided to stay? Killer was a fantastic station cat. She figured out our schedules, learned the routines, avoided the allergic people, and comforted those that needed comforting. She stayed away when things were hectic and greeted people when they arrived. I am grateful for the many gifts, cards, comments, photos, letters and thoughtfulness you brought not just to Killer but to all of us at Station 57 It will intensify the already heartbreaking burden of saying good-bye to Killer to lose this wonderful outlet I had of sharing her with you. I LOVED writing for Killer. I LOVED interacting with

It is with a very heavy heart we share the passing of our friend killer. She lost her battle with cancer today. Sending our love and prayers to everyone at Station 57, especially Nancy who made sure her last days were filled with love and affection. #Repost @station57cat @get_reposter ❤❤❤ it is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Killer, early this morning.❤❤❤ It is through an avalanche of tears that I write this to all of you who loved her as much as we did. Killer was only at our station for slightly more than 4 years but those 4 years were filled with so much love and enjoyment of this sweet and sassy girl that it seemed like much longer. Through Killers antics a beautiful international community of wonderful people came together and I cannot stress enough how much i love you all. With so much strife, negativity, and uncertainty I could always count on the many comments on Killer’s posts to be friendly, happy, and supportive, especially during these last few weeks. Killer had such a huge impact in her short life. She made a stressful job much easier to handle for those of us here at Station 57 and I personally don’t even remember how it was to work in a Killer-less environment. She was an ambassador for promoting alternative living situations for homeless animals that wouldnt fare well in finding a regular home. She assisted in getting many of her feral brethren TNRd and adopted. Through Killer, I and my coworkers have made many amazing friends. Who knew all this would happen when this small shy cat wandered in a few years ago and decided to stay? Killer was a fantastic station cat. She figured out our schedules, learned the routines, avoided the allergic people, and comforted those that needed comforting. She stayed away when things were hectic and greeted people when they arrived. I am grateful for the many gifts, cards, comments, photos, letters and thoughtfulness you brought not just to Killer but to all of us at Station 57 It will intensify the already heartbreaking burden of saying good-bye to Killer to lose this wonderful outlet I had of sharing her with you. I LOVED writing for Killer. I LOVED interacting with

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