Hasani Ra

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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male

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Sunny, Mau Mau, and Sunny Mau Mau

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:

April 12th 2005


Playing and teasing the female cats

Anyone who getds more attention than him

Favorite Toy:
the lazer is his favorite toy

Favorite Nap Spot:
He likes to nap on my bed

Favorite Food:
anything wet

Hasani Ra is a skilled hunter of flies


Arrival Story:
A very good friend of ours was doing a breeding of Egyptian Maus and told us that we could have one of the kittens when they were born. The night of their arrival she called us and asked us to come over to witness the miracle of their birth, and we gladly accepted. Three months later we were the proud owners of a sweet, beautiful silver Egyptian Mau. We named him Hasani Ra....Hasani meaning Handsome, and Ra being the god of the sun. He was a very loving and affectionate cat, and won our hearts over immediately. Sunny was shown at AACE in the alter class, and earned the title of Grand Champion before we retired him.

As time passed we noticed a small brown spot on his left eye. The vet told us that there was a possibility that the spot might be cancerous, and that we should watch it. The spot grew, and it was recommended that we take him to a veterinary opthomologist. So, off to Tufts vet college we went, and the opthomologist agreed that there was a strong likelihood that the spot was cancerous, but the only way we would know for sure was to have the eye removed. Then she offered us another solution. Her husband (also a veterinary opthomologist) was doing research and thought that Sunny was a good candidate for laser surgery, which would save his eye. I did a little research of my own, and found that laser surgery was very successful with dogs, but very unsuccessful with cats, because cats spots were usually cancerous, and dogs were not. At that point there was no decision to be made. Sunny was much more to us than a science project, he was a beloved member of our family. There was no point in saving the eye and losing the cat, so our beautiful beautiful boy had his eye removed. The eye was cancerous, and it had begun to spread. Oh, and Sunny is still a very beautiful beautiful boy....who just happens to have only one eye.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

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