Follower of the Week – Sprite

Follower of the Week – Sprite

(Fellow felines, scroll to the bottom to see how you can be the next “Follower of the Week”). OMeet Sprite. Sprite is a vivacious blue and white domestic medium hair kitten with a variety of interests that include: – Wet food. – Playing with his sister’s tail. – Long naps to rest up for play time. – Bird feathers. Sprite is a fan of my Kahn the Cat videos on YouTube and has asked for an autographed copy of my book, “Yes We Kahn.” Sprite is a rescue kitten that now happily lives in Gresham, Oregon. It is great having spunky young energy as part of my clan. Welcome, Sprite. Would you like to featured as my Follower of the Week? Send your name, the city and/or state in which you reside, your bio and your personal photo. Email it  to meow@kahnthecat.com. By e-mailing me your information, your are me giving permission to post it on KahnTheCat.com. In addition, by providing a photo, you are indicating that you have rights to the photo and that I have permission to use it...
Follower of the Week: Coco

Follower of the Week: Coco

(Fellow felines, scroll to the bottom to see how you can be the next “Follower of the Week”). This year I received a new housemate and follower named Coco Chanel.  Coco had a rough life. She was abandoned at an apartment complex. The humans from Meow Village attempted to find her a good home. She was “adopted” by a family who unfortunately thought that Coco could be an outdoor cat. That didn’t work out, so she was returned to Meow Village. That’s where I come in. Being the excellent leader I am, I know that all cats need to be part of a “family.” They need a home where loyalty is a two-way street. Because of her background, I had a soft spot for Coco. So I allowed my handlers to bring her into the household. I welcomed her, even allowing her use of my litter box. So how would I describe Coco?  Coco was a 10-year-old tortoiseshell with long fur. She was named after Coco Chanel, the famous French fashion designer and founder of Chanel. She looked like she was always mad, which could come in handy at times, particularly when she wanted wet food. Facade aside, Coco had a warm and loving heart. Because of her past, she was a bit apprehensive at first. But after a few weeks, she warmed up to our handlers.  It must have been hard for a cat that had had such a rough life to trust again, but she finally did. As you may know, I was hospitalized on August 18 after heart failure. I even wrote a book to help my handlers with the medical bills. What you may not know is...

Follower of the Week: Asia

For my first “Follower of the Week,” I introduce my housemate, Asia. Asia is a five-year-old tortie. She was introduce to her handler, who happens to be the daughter of my own handlers, at Salem Friends of Felines when Asia was 12 weeks old. Both parties were amenable to the match, so Asia has been residing in the house ever since. Asia was diagnosed (by a vet, unfortunately) with a mild form of cerebellar hypoplasia. This can cause her to be a bit unsteady and walk with strange gait. But under my careful tutelage, her condition is of little concern. Her most recent ninja training consisted of hiding. Asia’s three favorite things are strings, cat nip and, of course, me. Would you like to featured as my Follower of the Week? Send your name, the city and state in which you reside, your bio and your personal photo, if available, to meow@kahnthecat.com. By e-mailing me your information, your are me giving permission to post it on KahnTheCat.com. In addition, by providing a photo, you are indicating that you have rights to the photo and that I have permission to use it...
A Sister and Follower has Fallen – Goodbye Coco

A Sister and Follower has Fallen – Goodbye Coco

Having experienced my own brush with death, I am greatly saddened when someone close to me dies. Coco Chanel was a comrade, follower, friend, and housemate. We didn’t always see paw to paw, but we respected each other and knew we were family. Coco was my “sister in paws.” Yesterday, September 28, Coco lost her battle with an aggressive form of cancer. Her handlers, who are my handlers too, discovered this crisis at the same time I was returning home from the hospital. I have written some notes about Coco as my farewell… — Dear Coco, I didn’t know you as long as I would have liked to. You came into our household after being rejected by your former owners. And yet you were one of the most delicate, loving, and appreciative felines I have ever known. I was hoping we would spend years together and that you would help me execute my plan to rule the world. Alas, it was not to be. I was saddened when I heard you had an aggressive form of cancer that had spread throughout your body. I know my handlers spent thousands of dollars trying to save you as they did me. You were important to them. They did not want to lose you. And neither did I.  Your battle may have been lost, but you brought victory to our household through your presence. You will forever be cherished and remembered. Kahn — For all of my followers out there… you can help remember Coco through your contribution to help pay her vet bills. You can do this in one of two...

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