December 15th is Gun-Hee day. That was the day we got him.
This was our first photo together.
I can’t believe it’s been almost 6 months since he died.
His brother, Rusty, also died from FIP on October 10. Their mother, Amber, also passed away shortly after. The cause of her death is not known; last I heard they were doing an autopsy to find that out. It was very sudden.
So much sadness in the little cat family.
I miss him every day. He was my little buddy.
I know I stopped the “Gun-Hee a Day” project 50 days short. I truly intended to finish it, but the truth is…I got to the point where I wasn’t sure if I was posting new photos or repeats…and since there’s no way to take new photos, I just stopped. When I started the project, it was beyond comprehension that he wouldn’t be alive at the end of the year.
That being said, I will continue next year with Angel, the little one-eyed Aby rescue that Gun-Hee found for me. You can follow her story at .
Thank you for being a part of Gun-Hee’s life.
I liked taking Gun-Hee to cat shows. He seemed to really enjoy meeting other Abys.
Gun-Hee hamming it up at a cat show.
Gun-Hee climbed this tree all by himself!
Gun-Hee in the Somerville Community Garden.
Gun-Hee on the T. He loved riding the T.
I love this photo of Gun-Hee after being furminated…
“Holy crap, that all came off of me?”
I miss Gun-Hee most in the mornings.
He used to hang out in the bathroom and help me get ready for work.
Gun-Hee was a master of relaxation.
Election-Day Gun-Hee…I wish he could be here for this!
Gun-Hee, Kylie and me on the sofa…
Even when he was sick, Gun-Hee would camp out and wait for treats.
Even when he was feeling bad, Gun-Hee still managed to look handsome and composed.
Gun-Hee was always a wonderful subject for photos.
Gun-Hee loved looking at his photos and videos on the computer.
Gun-Hee with his first mom/breeder Sherry. I love this photo so hard.
Guess which one is Gun-Hee?
This judge, Marge Collier, awarded Gun-Hee a “Best Kitten” ribbon in her ring.