“Her name is Poo Poo Jean. She’s a mean machine. She’s a beautiful girl that is her momma’s queen. Poo Poo Jean.”
Queen Pamela Maria the 4th was adopted from the Rockwall County Animal Shelter in 2017 and departed this life on July 15, 2020. She was known by many names: Pammy, Pammy Poo Poo, Poo Poo Jean the Mean Machine or simply Poo. Pamela was a chonky girl who was especially proud of her little nippy nops and black borthole/mayhem muff. She was the queen of the house, stealer of hearts and master of pooping on her mom’s bed when she mad. Pamela was a grumpy girl with a heart of gold who liked to sleep most of the time, but who also enjoyed playing with her little toy mouse. Although her momma didn’t have the best singing voice, Pamela loved to sit in her momma’s lap and listen to her sing songs she made up about how much she loved her kitties.
Pamela gave the best hugs. If she saw her momma was having a bad day, she would climb in her lap, put her head on her momma’s chest and let her purring motor start. Although she couldn’t talk, Pamela still had a lot to say and made sure to get her point across. She would plop herself down in her momma’s way and meow until her momma figured out what she wanted. Pamela always had a look like somebody pooped in her Cheerios, but, was a very sweet and loving girl.
She will be deeply missed by her family, especially her loving momma, big sister, Jessica, special friend, Mike and two fur siblings: Vinny George and Bertha Lou.