Narco has one of the most beautiful and gentle spirits of any being I’ve ever known. He offered his love to me fully and taught me how to do the same.
Narco was born on a farm in Pennsylvania and my mom first placed him in my arms when he was a kitten, just after I finished college.
He was the biggest snuggler I know and he spoke up often. Every morning, he would wake me with a meow and a cuddle. He could be shy in real life but loved video calls of all kinds. Narco found joy every single day of his life by watching birds, basking in the sunshine, playing with peacock feathers and cuddling up on the couch, bed or wherever I happened to be.
He loved ice cream (any flavor), canned tuna, cheese (any type), and prime rib! He was an impeccable groomer and I can still feel the softness of him on my fingers. Narco went by many names, including Narcmans Narcman, Love Man, Narcy McMonster, Monster Beast, and Meowy Monster.
Narco was quick to shake off anything he needed to in life, he adapted to the changes in his body with grace and he never lost his spirit. We often praised him just for existing. Narco was fully present in this gift of life he enjoyed so thoroughly and that was always enough. He loved me so thoroughly and taught me so much about life. He continues to inspire me to find joy, comfort, peace, connection and resilience.