Gun-Hee vs The Tail

And he’ll ride forever ‘neath the streets of Boston…Gun-Hee on the MBTA

Gun-Hee rides the T.

Gun-Hee always gives 110% to everything he does…

…including napping.

Following in Harri’s pawprints

Last night, I found Gun-Hee in Harri’s favourite bed, next to the heater in the kitchen.

It was so adorable…


(Gun-Hee walked across the laptop while I was trying to think of a title for this post. So, I decided to use his idea.)

The cat books do not lie when they say that Abyssinians are endlessly curious and into everything!

I leave a drawer open for a minute and look what happens!

My best friend

I love this.
I’m sitting on the sofa, reading the internet and watching TV. And on my shoulder, watching what I’m doing and what’s on TV, is my best little buddy, Gun-Hee.

It tickles when he sniffs in my ear.

Walking the cat

I started teaching Gun-Hee to walk on a leash this weekend.

Let’s go to Petco!

I started leash-training Gun-Hee yesterday. As a part of that, we took him with us on an errand to Petco.



Good thing no one tried to buy him for $3.99!


I took Tessie to this same Petco once, and there’s a similar photo of her looking at the Budgies.


Gun-Hee seems to be more of a mouser than a birder, though.

Why are there so many pictures of kittens sleeping?

I’m pretty sure it’s because that’s the only time they hold still long enough to get good shots!
Gun-Hee naps as hard as he plays.

Friday night at home…

…Just chillin’, watching Animal Planet.

Bath time!

Since he had a cold, I didn’t give Gun-Hee a bath when we first brought him home. This is something I do with new cats or kittens because it makes them smell more “neutral” to the resident cats. I had Friday off, so he got his first bath first thing in the morning.

He was actually really, really good.
The hardest thing was trying to wash him and take photos at the same time!