KARMA, a beautiful Meezer boy, was adopted by Ms. L in Hong Kong, with his brother Tashi, at the age of 7 in 1999. The family they had been living with since kittenhood was returning elsewhere and didn't want to be bothered with shipping them. Lucky for them as they entered a life of utter indulgence and devotion! After a number of years in Hong Kong, Ms. L moved to France in 2004 and the boys came too, along with their Burmese sister, Coco. Ms L says "Tashi got sick about a year ago and has been relatively stable for about 4 months. Karma started getting sick with renal failure in January and has declined quickly. He is the sweetest cat I've ever had and loves to be held like a baby on one's shoulder." #1 spent time with Karma on a number of occasions and can confirm both his handsomeness and sweetness. She made sure to ask Sen-Chan to wait for him at the Bridge last night to show him the ropes and be his friend.
Here is Karma in all his Meezer glory:
Chillin' (!) on the radiator...
And on the right, with his brother Tashi:
Goodbye, Sweet KARMA.
Today being Toesday, I do have a picture of my little toesies for you:
And a fun one from the back room...
Yes, "Sir" marks the return of pink pawpads to the household!
What's that? You actually need to see their faces?!
We are so sorry to hear about your dear friend Karma. We will keep him in our thoughts and prayers.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful picture of the two of you snuggling!
Lots of Luv & Kisses
Addie and Lucie
Karma was so handsome. We love his name. Please send our sweetest purrs to your friend and the purrs are already accompaning Karma on his journey to meet up with Sen-Chan.ReplyDelete
We love your toesies!
Siena & Chilli
We are sorry that your friend was called to the Bridge. We can imagine Karma and Sen-Chan having lots of fun together up there.ReplyDelete
We love the picture of Sir and his mama's pawpads. Too cute:)
I'm so sad to hear about your friend Karma. I hope that he and Sen-Chan are playing together at the Bridge. I'm purring for your and your friend.ReplyDelete
It's so sad your friend passed to the bridge...ReplyDelete
You have a nice colection of paws
ViVi & AB
We're very sorry to learn of Karma's passing. However, now he will have all the nips and treats his heart can desire. Our thoughts go out to his family.ReplyDelete
As for the toesies, it's tempting to reach out and tickle those pads!
We are sorry to hear about Karma and hope that he is much happier and healthier again at the bridge now.ReplyDelete
What gorgeous toes both Sir and Tama-Chan have!
We are sorry to say goodbye to any cats, of course Karma be loved.ReplyDelete
It is said that "Cat live 9 times life."
I hope to meet him again.
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your friend. Karma was a very handsome and noble looking cat. I'm sure Sen-Chan will be there to meet him at the bridge.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry about the loss of your handsome friend Karma. He reminds my Mommie of her Cat-Who-Came-Before named Cricket, who was a chocolate point Siamese.ReplyDelete
My thoughts are with Karma's family. Blessing to you and I know Sen-chan and Karma are together. I will be sure to ask Q, who crossed the bridge in February tol bring his buddy, Sylvester, over to play with Sen-chan and Karma too!ReplyDelete
And Sir's little pink toesies are just adorable!
Sorry fur Karma's khrossing...ReplyDelete
Tank woo fur cheering us with THOSE feety feets AND that khute little snakhk!
PeeEssWoo: Hi Tommy!
We are so sorry to read about Karma.ReplyDelete
Sending purrs to his family. Surely he´ll meet Sen-chan and our sister Frieda too!
Those are cute tosies!
Luna, Luzie and Olli
What a beautiful puss Karma was.ReplyDelete
I can see little Sir is getting in plenty of snuggling training for when he meets you and Tom.
We are sure Sen-Chan has greeted handsome Karma and they are head butting and romping together.ReplyDelete
Sir's pink paw pads made Mom swoon! So sweet!
First of all those toes are just wayyyyyy tooooo cute. All sets. Secondly, we are sorry to see your meezer friends go, Karma looks like he was an amazing meezer.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about Karma. Sibe vibes and thoughts to his family.ReplyDelete
Toesies are so cute, but we like the faces better:-)
Tail wags, the OP pack
That journey sounds so phenomenal - Mom says she will add it to her "bucket list":-) One of these days she vows to make it to Europe.ReplyDelete
Woos, the OP Pack
Karma seemed to be a little treasure. We are so sorry for the loss of your friend. We are purring for all.ReplyDelete
At least he has a wonderful Bridge tour guide.
Purrs Goldie, Shade and Banshee
So sorry to hear about your friend. So many of our friends have left us this year already.ReplyDelete
My, what interesting toesies! So outstretched!
Prefer the faces. Godspeed to Karma.ReplyDelete
Safe journey, Karma...you were loved and loved in return...ReplyDelete
And toes of every color...how sweet!
We are very sorry to hear about Karma. Our mom is too, she has a special place in her heart for the Siamese because her parents were owned by one when she first came into the world.ReplyDelete
The toes are lovely. We think they are adorable when they are all stretched out.
Abby & Stygia
Hi, it's us again. About your question on our bloggy: A while ago the Zoolatry annouced the Wordy Wednesday Challenge. You were supposed to pick up to three words to describe yourself and let her do her magic with it. That's why this Wednesday is a bit on the wordy side today...ReplyDelete
Purrs, Weatherproof & Crazy
So sorry to hear about your friend Karma.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about Karma. I'm sure that Sen-Chan was there to welcome him!ReplyDelete
Now...about those toes. What a wonderful delightful collection of cute toes! although i have to say the picture of Sir in his mama's arms is the cutest one of all.
purrs to Karma what a beauty!ReplyDelete
That Sir is tweety sweet!
That was sad news about your friend. He sure was a handsome mancat.ReplyDelete
The toe-pics are almost too much!