Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Way-Back Way-Up Wednesday

#1 here. We have published some of these photos several times already in our blog but thought it might be fun to put them together in one post. The gorgeous Sen-Chan ("Poupounet") for whom this blog was named was, exceptionally, allowed out. He was sick quite a lot during his short life but when he was well, he had an amazing sense of adventure. He especially loved to be high up.

My very favourite photo of him is this one:

There is also this one:

And this one:

My sweet sorrel boy was only 18 months old when he left for the Bridge. I am so glad he had lots of fun whilst he was here. I shall never forget him.


  1. It is so nice to be able to look back and remember these times.
    While you miss your little Sen-
    Chan, you can be happy knowing he had a happy life.

  2. I never got to know Sen-Chan since I found your blog after he was gone, but he looks like such a special boy, and he did have some great adventures!

  3. What a sweet kitty! This And to this day I don't understand why people are so mean and abandon any kind of pet! Pawesome photos.

  4. We love the first picture of Sen-Chan where he almost looks like a roof ornament - great action shot. We can see he loved to live the "high" life in his short time with you.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  5. Sen-chan was an unforgettable sweetie. Greatly missed by all who knew him.

  6. We really love sen-chan and thought he was very brave to go out walking and climbing. The last picture of him in the grass is our fav. He looked like a wild cat.

  7. oh we remember that first picture of Sen-Chan! He was a beautiful boy!

  8. That last picture of Sen Chan would be beyond beautiful framed and on the wall. I hope it is at his home there. Bless him and all the Chans and yourself,

  9. We like to think that perhaps it is the quality of a life rather than the duration of a life that becomes significant when a loved one leaves us. In Sen-Chan's case, it is obvious his life was full and that he was fully loved.What a lucky boy!

    the critters in the cottage xo

  10. that last picture is great - tail up looking for adventure. mom says if she had seen him on the roof she might have had a stroke though :)

  11. I love all the photos of Sen-Chan, but I especially love the first one too! Though he left so soon, I'm sure he sure had fun adventure and enjoyed life with you.

  12. Those were fun memories, thanks for sharing them.

  13. Nice pictures! Did he come back when you called him?

    Monty and Harlow

  14. We never met Poupounet, he was already gone when we found your blog. We love the first picture on the roof with the sky behind ! Purrs

  15. A chaque fois que je vois des photos de lui, je ne peux pas m'empêcher d'avoir les larmes aux yeux.
    C'est tellement injuste de partir si jeune. De voir tant de vie disparaître.
    C'est peut être aussi parce que qu'il ressemble tant à Hisia dans son comportement.
    J'adore la dernière photo dans la verdure avec la queue en position très abyssine.
    Sa courte vie fut heureuse.
    Bonne soirée.
    Nat à Chat

  16. Sen-Chan was quite the daring boy - wonder if he smiles down at the Beebs:) It must have been so hard to lose him at such a young age.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  17. He sure was adventurous! Thanks for sharing those pictures with us.

  18. I am sorry that I never found your blog before Sen-Chan's far too early calling to the Bridge. He was a very handsome and adventurous boy.

  19. OH!!! Photo 2 left me VERY impressed at his derring-do!

    And Photo 4 made me sad ... like he was going away.

    Sen-Chan was lovely and you were lucky to have him. And he, you.

    Selina & MomKatt Laura

    PS - Morticia said she's sorry ya'll didn't have Valentines, either. Our pink monkeys should be thrashed! MOL


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