Culburra Beach

By: Wally Ambrose For the story behind the first stone placed by Wally & Family, see this post! The second place is Culburra Beach, about 2 & a half hours south of Sydney. We were introduced to Culburra by very good Facebook friends Darcey Riley who bought a holiday house there & are so very more »

Seven Mile Beach

By: Wally Ambrose Mum FINALLY took me to spread Timmy Lipenda‘s ashes & place his memorial stones.. I chose to place Timmy’s Ashes & Stones in 2 of my FAV places in Australia. Now whenever I holiday there I will think of Timmy.. I hope the peeps that find our Timmy Stones look up the more »

What I learned from Timmy

By: Janie Devaux I placed my stone in my backyard where my cats who went to the bridge from a flea infestation are buried . I learned that certain flea collars are not worth buying due to the fact that they make fur babies sick I was the one that sent a pic of Timmy more »

A Wobbly Day

By: Janice Holladay Timmy Lipenda Timmy’s Ashes Project April 27 2016 Ah, Timmy, today was a wobbly day. I woke up really excited because I knew where I was going to place you were ashes and the stones. But in spite of that initial energy, I ended up not feeling very well today. I thought more »

Timmy & Angel

By: Andrea Glick Finding a place to start about how I met Tiny Timmy is very hard! To be honest, I can’t really remember how I met him, it’s been so long. My theory is that I met him through my auction to save Angel, (Saving Angel on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheCatAngel). The page is now dedicated more »

My Precious Timmy

By: Karma Hurworth I first heard about Tiny Timmy on Facebook. His story touched me, because having been veterinary technician for many years, I had seen some of the devastating effects of over the counter flea control. I fell in love love with that adorable face instantly.From then on, I was addicted. I entered every more »

Tiny Timmy lived what he believed

By: Kathleen Lechner I chose to place the “Timmy was here” stone at my Aunt Jean’s grave at St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery in Pascagoula, Mississippi (in the Gulf Coast/”The Deep South”). The cemetery is beautifully maintained, and it’s not unusual to see rabbits hopping all about the grounds! A river runs along the length of more »

Timmy’s Butterfly Kisses

By: Lisa Marlene Hughes Today, I did something very very very Special! I placed a Beautiful, Butterfly, Timmy Stone at the Henry Ford Estate, in Dearborn, Michigan as part of the Timmy’s Ashes Project. As many of us in the Kitty Community know, Timmy was an extra Special kitty that suffered from Neurological Disorders due more »

Forever In Our Hearts

By: Arlene Kasten I first came across Tiny Timmy’s page several years ago, and because of Timmy i learned how dangerous over the counter flea and tick products are, and being the “crazy cat lady” i am, i always made sure all my friends knew not to use these products. I enjoyed following Timmy’s antics more »

A place near the bridge

By: Pamela Hum On April 27, 2016 around roughly 4pm EST our Dear Timmy’s Ashes were released by the stone bridge over Jackson Creek in Jackson Park in Peterborough Ontario Canada. @ Coordinates 44.312127,-78.340077 It was a sunny day here that day and even though the park is just a walk down the road my more »