Oakley Cox

January 22, 2024 (age 18) 18 Years Old
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Oakley Cox Obituary

Oakley Cox, of Greenfield, Indiana, a beautiful Russian Blue cat of Debi Cox, passed over the Rainbow Bridge on Monday, January 22, 2024. Oakley was just a little kitten when he was smuggled into his future forever home. When Debi first laid eyes on Oakley, she said, No, no, no. That soon changed when Oakley stole Debi’s heart. Oakley was Debi’s shadow from that day forward. He was her anchor. Oakley was such a lover to everyone he met. If you came for a visit to Oakley’s home, and if he wasn’t on Debi’s lap, he would visit and would grace everyone around him by sitting on their lap.  When Debi’s new granddaughter, Lillian, was born, Oakley watched as Debi cradled her. Oakley, being so loving and such a snuggler, willingly shared his mama’s lap with baby Lillian.  Oakley’s family described him as being so sweet-tempered, the very best lap cat, and just perfect. Above everything else, he was Debi’s best little buddy, and she is absolutely heartbroken by the loss of her gentle, sweet boy. 

In addition to Debi, Oakley will lovingly be remembered by his human family, Molly Wilburn, Haley Cox, and baby Lillian Holden, and by his cat siblings, Chicken Rue and Lynard, and many outside feathered chicken friends. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to Always & Furever in Our Hearts Pet Cremation in association with Liming Family Funeral Home, located in Shirley, Indiana. We are honored to serve the family of Oakley Cox. 

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