Buckshot Ramey went to kitty heaven on Friday February 10, 2017 in Bethel, Maine. He was a sweet, cuddly, playful, curious and sometimes mischievous kitty. If you ever visited you are sure to know that Bucky was friendly and always ended up on your lap wanting attention. He often would go to his box of kitty toys and take something out to see if friends wanted to play with him. Buck was 6 years old.
Buck was with me through some of the most toughest times in my life, but also some of the best. He sat by my side as I finished my last two years of college, hopped in my suitcase whenever I was getting ready to pack for a trip, calmed me as a 23 year relationship ended, and has been my alarm clock for several years as he always wanted his treats first thing in the morning. After missing for 8 days after a horrible house fire, Buck returned to my condo and I found him sleeping under my bed in perfect condition.
With the most horrible aching pain in my chest that is almost unbearable I have to say goodbye to a kitty who brought me so much enjoyment, company and cuddles. He fought his best fight, and used up all of his 9 lives in a short amount of time unfortunately.
It really has been a joy to have been his mommy for the last 4 years and 3 months. Bucky Boy, Kitty Brother, Bucky Bear, A Million Bucks, Baby Boy, Buckstar and after the fire Super Kitty, were just some of his nicknames.
Some of Buck’s favorite pastimes were napping, sleeping, resting, laying around, meowing for treats, knitting while laying on his mommy, jumping up on the counter and watching nature programs.
Buck will always stay in my heart and will be remembered for is sweetness. I hope they have kitty treats in heaven and warm sunshine
Buck leaves behind a brother, Gregory Ramey, Father Jay and Mother Janet. He will be missed greatly. Thanks to our special friend Nora who was with me when I had to take Bucky today, and is the reason we adopted him in the first place. She was Buck’s first Mommy until he was adopted.
Rest in Peace Buckshot!!!!