Will my familiar remember me when I re-summon it, or is it a new entity?

Playing D&D 5e, and my Pact of the Chain warlock’s quasit familiar, Jimmy Peanuts, has fallen at the hands of a lizardman and vanished upon hitting 0 hp.

I understand that I can cast Find Familiar again and summon a quasit familiar, but I’m not entirely sure if I’m re-summoning Jimmy Peanuts, or a ‘fresh’ quasit (for the sake of argument, we’ll call him Joey Walnuts).

Will the quasit be the returning Jimmy Peanuts, with whatever memories the quasit-resembling-familiar-spirit with INT 7 is capable of forming and retaining, or a fresh Joey Walnuts, who has no prior experience with me or my party?

(I have read this thread, but this particular familiar-death nuance isn’t discussed: What happens when a familiar 'dies'?)

I need assistance creating a proper localstorage to correctly remember fairly complex toggle state

I have a multilevel toggle code that I need to have remembered when a user refreshes the page. I have read others here but unfortunately they are all single level toggles and they do not help me. The toggle works perfect without any of my localstorage code added. However, when I add the localstorage code the original code goes haywire. Can anyone guide me to the correct way to set up my localstorage? https://jsfiddle.net/gu73x16s/

I have tried several methods and I am unable to get any to work. I will attach a jsfiddle.

enter code here <form method="post" autocomplete="on">   <fieldset>     <div>   <p><label class="yes_text">Yes</label><span><input type="radio"      id="dog" name="answer_name" value="yes"></span></p>   <p><label>No</label><span><input type="radio"  name="answer_name"                         checked="checked"></span></p> </div> </fieldset> <fieldset class="include_other_levels"> <div class="red">   <div>     <p>Include Red Dogs&#58;</p>   </div>   <div>     <p><label class="yes_text_include">select to include</label><span>                                                           <input type="checkbox" id="cat" class="red" name="red_name" value=""></span></p>   </div> </div> <div class="green">   <div>     <p>Include Green Dogs&#58;</p>   </div>   <div>     <p><label>select to include</label><span><input type="checkbox"                              name="green_name" value=""></span></p>    </div>  </div> </fieldset> </form>  $  (document).ready(function() {  $  (this).find('input[type=radio]').change(function() { $  (this).closest('form').find('label'); if (this.value == "yes") {   $  (this).closest('form').find(".include_other_levels").toggle(200);   localStorage.setItem("toggleState", "d"); } else {   $  (this).closest('form').find(".include_other_levels").toggle(200);   $  ("div.green").hide();   localStorage.setItem("toggleState", "g"); } }); var state = localStorage.getItem("toggleState"); if (state == "d") { $  (".yes_text").addClass("toggle"); $  ("#dog").prop("checked", true); $  (".include_other_levels").show() } else { $  (".yes_text").addClass("goggle"); $  ("#dog").prop("checked", false); }  $  ('input[type="checkbox"]').click(function() {  if ($  ("input.red:checkbox").is(':checked')) {   $  ('div.green').show(300); } else {   $  ('div.green').hide(300); } });  });    fieldset.include_other_levels {  display: none;  clear: both;   transition: visibility 0s 2s, opacity 2s linear; } 

The code has an initial radio button. If user selects “yes” they get a dropdown checkbox. If the user checks that checkbox another checkbox dropsdown. Each state needs to have storage so the user can return after a page refresh and the same state appears.