Wasabi-chan, the cute Japanese kitten that charmed the Internet with her mushroom costume has died this week. Wasabi-chan's owner, @jessiepon, announced the famous kitty's death.
She first found fame in July after a photo of her wearing the mushroom hat was shared on Reddit. The kitten's owner found her crying in the street after surviving a crow attack, leaving her with a fractured jaw and hole in her throat.
More than 100,000 people followed updates about the kitten's rehabilitation progress on Twitter and Instagram.
For now, no cause of death has been posted just yet. The Internet will miss you, Wasabi-chan.
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