Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Kinda Sad...

Well I've had a long cuddle with Mummy and a little snuggle with momma Isis and now I guess I have to tell you all the sad news...

Very early yesterday morning, when just the birdies were awake my Great Grandpur Supreme UK Grand Champion Mikkar Giddy Kipper passed away in the arms of his devoted Mum. He was (to date) the only Abyssinian cat to have won the Supreme and teamed with his amazing relaxed attitude he really was an ambasidor for my breed. My Dad will never forget the wonderful cuddle session he had with Kipper when they went to collect momma Isis. Though Kipper was not just a cuddler, oh no he was very much multi-tallented, and could open any door and get into any place he wasn't really allowed to go, an outstanding food theif and all round fun guy!

Mummy says I should be very proud to have his bloodlines in me, which is probably why I think it's about time for my next cuddle break...

Other than that Elzar has arrived in Italy safe and sound and is making himself very much at home there and tomorrow morning my little sister Enta is off to meet her very own bunny rabbit, as she leaves here to start her life with her new family!

6 comments:

Tom, Tama-Chan and Sei-Chan said...

We were saddened to hear that your Great Grandpur went to the Bridge but it sounds as though he had a marvellous and long life, loved and appreciated by all!

Needless to say, any reason at all for more cuddles is a good reason. What fun that Elzar is now in Italy! I am sure you will miss Enta when she leaves tomorrow.

We all hope that your uncle Ramses continues to do well!

Purrs,
Sei-Chan (and the others...)

Daisy said...

I am so sorry your great grampy had to go to the Bridge. He sounds like a very exceptional kitty!

DaisyMae Maus said...

That's furry sad. Please accept our condolences on the loss of your Great Gran'daddy. How sad.
DMM

The Island Cats said...

Oh we are so sorry to hear about Kipper...purrs to his family who is missing him lots...

Derby said...

Purrs to you and the beans of your Great Grandpur on their loss. You will pass along his fine catitude.

The Furry Kids said...

We are so sorry to hear about your Great Grandpur. Thank you for telling us about his neat talents.