Thursday, December 6, 2012

This one goes out to Hana

Our pretty little girl.

She has found a home for the holidays! 
(sniff, sniff) I am tearfully happy that she will be with her new mother and father on December 15th!

These two have been such a big part of our lives since we encountered each other all the way back on the windy day in May. (We never did see that movie, but I don't remember anymore what it was).

It's been a long and wonderful journey and now Hana is moving forward. Her new mother sounds like and Angel and said the same of Hana. I think they were meant for each other. 
Her and her husband are here in South Korea with the military and will be taking Hana back to the USA when they are finish with their duty. ALSO, they have always wanted a black kitty named "Sunny" and they plan to adopt a black kitten as soon as they find one from the rescue network. 
Hana will forever have a black kitty in her life and Zero can pass knowing that his sister found her forever home. 

Zero is still amazing me and seems to be doing better every day! Now, he is up and about playing and prancing. Jumping onto the kitchen table and swatting at my yarn as I knit. 

He is amazing and I can see him staying with us for a long time. As one reader, (my only reader?), Julie said, he was meant to live out his days, however many he has left, with us. I can't pass up Hana's chance at the perfect life. 

So, without further ado... 

Congratulations to Hana!!!


  1. Hi its Jasmine! I visit your blog everyday for new updates and I get very excited every time I see a new post. I enjoyed reading about Hana and Zero's journey together. Very excited to make Hana an important member of our "Ohana". Im originally from Hawaii and that means FAMILY. Cant wait!!

  2. Im sad we didnt find a black cat :( but we did find a little baby girl kitten who just lost her brother. Im sure theyll have so much in common!!

  3. Hi Jasmine!

    Thanks for the comment! Hawaii! Wonderful. Hana can't wait to be part of your "Ohana"! So appropriate!

    Talk to you soon!

  4. Wonderful pictures of Hana. I'm so glad she'll have her own furever home. Do you make your adoptive parents agree to call you if something happens in the future and they have to give up a kitty?