It is with much sadness that I have to report that Sheila and I have lost not only another four legged family member, but a great and loyal companion. Her name was Kytee. Sheila found her at the pound almost twenty years ago and brought the little kitten home. Kytee fell ill the first week that we brought her home, yet she manage to pull through this and lived a long and joyous life. Even though Kytee wasn’t too keen on hanging out with the other cats, she was at least civil with them, and instead focused her attention on Sheila and I. This meant that she liked to be held almost every time she saw us. In return she would steadily purr like a finely tuned engine of a luxury automobile, all the while drooling while she either licked your face, or chewed on your chin or fingers. Annoying sure, but she was so sweet that we usually just let her have her moment. Since we have quite a few animals, I can’t always write a post when one passes away as it can just be too depressing to read(or write for that matter) on a blog. Yet I feel that our Kytee deserves at least a few words as she provided us with so much fun, photo ops that stretch back to my film days, and most importantly, unconditional love. Cheers Kytee.
Canon 5D mark II, Ef 85 1.2 L, ISO 800, 1/30 @ f/4