3 years and now she’s gone.

3 Years ago I met this little girl.  She was sweet, she was cute and she liked having her tummy rubbed.  Today, as part of the whole ‘letter go of Korea’, she has now gone to a better place.  Some very kind new Canadian English Teachers have agreed to take over the care of such a great companion over the last 3 years.  She will be sorely missed with nothing but awesome memories.  Herein follows those said memories.

She was cute. She knew how pose, sleep and generally warm your heart just by looking at her.


She loved boxes.  It must be a cat thing but if we ever left an opened box anywhere, you can bet she’d find it and jump right in!


She knew her name.

She liked to fall asleep in my arms.


She was friendly.


She really liked spending time with me.


It wasn’t just boxes really, pretty much anything she could squeeze into.


Which included closets with comfy blankets.




And was pretty much comfortable anywhere really.


Sometimes we could tell when she was under the blankets, otherwise we’d have to check for lumps in the bed.


She will be missed and her memories will join the other cats we have had the pleasure of being their human slaves to :)

A Story of Compassion: Update

Back in October of last year I was walking out with my wife when I heard this kitten crying.  Seriously, doens’t matter how old you are, if you are a decent human being, the suffering of any entity, human or otherwise, will make you take notice.  And since I love cats(most animals really) this was heart-wrenching.  The story of what happened next was all described in this post here.

This post is an update of what happened after!

The new owner has sent us regular update on Oliver (I wanted to call him Velcro, little bugger would stick to anything).  With those updates, I had some fun and posted the pictures on Imgur.  They always like to see a good story.  Of course, they have a twisted bit of humour at times, so I used the following pics to have some fun with the site.



Now, we got more recent pics and man, he’s grown up!


And quite happy too!


Being a cat, he claims his own place….any where he wants.


Which includes sleeping….any where he wants.

I am infinitely happy that I decided to rescue him and that he’s found such an awesome home and new pet human to feed him.