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February 4, 2014

Tribute to Colonel Meow, May He Rest in Peace

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Colonel Meow

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Colonel Meow had quite a life, short as it was. He was found abandoned on the side of the road and was taken in by the Seattle Himalayan and Persian Society, and later adopted at Petco by a loving human named Anna Marie Avey whom he affectionately called, "Slave Beast."

He rose to Internet fame with his scowling, plotting, ever-watchful glare. You can see his popular Instagram account to view his amazing accomplishments and dark thoughts. His Facebook Page has 371,000 fans who willingly refer to themselves as minions.

He also managed to snag a Guinness World Record title of cat with the longest fur in 2013.

While no official post has been made regarding his passing, it was known that he had heart problems. Still, he managed to accomplish quite a lot in his short life.

You will be missed!

cheryl on February 9 at 7:30 PM said:

I love " The Colonel ", he has a timeless persona and a furry charm, rest in peace Colonel, for you will all ways be remembered with a sense of mystery.....I stand to honor your loving human also, for she is so alone without you, but you had each other, with the warmth of humanity shared between you......... Sleep on sweet sweet boy ......................... a kiss upon your head for good travel !!

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