Nicknames: Baby Daisy, little ol Daise, Buttercup, Morning Glory
Birthday: August 23rd 2008
Likes: Her daddy and her toys. My daddy made me this tunnel out of two long thick cardboard tubes put together. He put a few three inch holes for me to push my little paws thru, to get more air and to play bite thru when my mom and dad put their fingers in them.
Pet-Peeves: stray cats outside
Favorite Toy: she has a couple of long boxes her daddy taped together and made her a large cat condo out of. they are long and i call it her "bridges of orange county" because it lools like a double decker covered bridge.
Favorite Nap Spot: she takes turns... she has numerous places. i made the pantry shelves up for her to climb up and sleep on and she watches the birds from the back screen door. she loves to cuddle next to her daddy and she has her own chair in the livingroom. anywhere !
Favorite Food: her crunchies (royal canin) but she gets them only in the morning. i give her a bit of wet royal canin at noon and about 8 pm I like treats too:-)
Skills: she does dog tricks
Arrival Story: We just wanted a kitty! And it needed to be one that needed to be saved!
Bio: I need lots of love cuz I get separation anxiety when mommy works in the garden or daddy leaves for work. I meow >^..^< when daddy comes home & if they go to the store. I'm jealous of the little old stray cat momy takes care of outside, but she said we have to feed her & care for her cuz she doesn't have a mommy except for mine & she would never come inside to stay like me. I worry sometimes that they love her more, but mommy said that's not true. I do lots of tricks. I love to ride on my dad's back & i try to climb the fake tree in the livingroom. Mom tells me "no", because it's too small & I might get hurt. They put water in a bird bath & bread outside so I can watch the birds in the front yard. I love my cat videos! >^..^< My favorite one is "The Purrfect DVD". I sit & watch it for the longest time, I love the squirrels. I have tons of toys & my dad made me ladders and shelves. When I was seven weeks old, my dad put a towel on his desk so I could watch him & be close to him while he works on his computer. Sometimes I change the pages he's looking at on the computer or I alter the files for him. The keyboard needs dusting off with my paws occasionaly too. I think he likes that. When there is too much stuff on his desk, I push all the papers onto the floor to clean off the space for him. If he seems too stressed out from working too hard, & I'm on the floor, I just jump up really cutely & touch my paw on his arm to get him to throw one of my bell balls for me & playing calms him down.
Recently, my mom & dad made me a new ramp to climb on in the bedroom to get up to my shelves that i lie on by the ceiling. I have a large pillow up there too. I lie up there & look down on everybody. Right now, it's starting to get cold again at nights so I got my green blanket back again. Whoa! I thought it was lost!
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Forums Motto: baby daisy, little ol daise, butter cup
ME & MY MOM ADVOCATE FOR UNFORTUNATE KITTIES AND
THIS WAS OUR STORY TODAY
Once upon a time there was a kitten walking very poorly down the sidewalk. You see, his front paws were in bandages and they hurt so! A nice woman came outside and noticed him and immediately brought him inside. He even had a pain patch on his side. Poor little kitty… this nice woman put up posters everywhere but no one claimed him.
He had a home now. He was loved, protected and kept indoors as he should be. All was well.
Three years later, the nice woman moves to California all the way from Indiana bringing Oliver with her of course. Then she meets a man, falls in love and becomes pregnant. Her boyfriend cannot come over because he has asthma and allergies. He likes the kitty now known as “Oliver” but his eyes swell up each time they are near each other.
The nice woman gives her mother $400 and Oliver to take care of him in her home since she has decided she wants the boyfriend in her home. Ehh!
Oliver’s grandmother turns out to be a wicked step mother type and dumped poor Oliver in a shelter where his life is near death with each approaching moment.
A nicer woman who has a non-profit feral cat organization sends an e-mail to her friend who is a crazy cat lady advocate. This crazy cat lady advocate contacts Oliver’s furmom and uses shock treatment verbiage on her letting her know that Oliver doesn’t stand a chance in the shelter. Oliver’s furmom got terribly upset and told the crazy cat lady advocate to never contact her again. She even told her it was wrong to choose a cat over a man. The crazy cat lady advocate got very upset. But the crazy cat lady advocate doesn’t give up until Oliver’s furmom buckles down in tears. She was told he could be on a protective hold. But the crazy cat lady advocate told her this was a fantasy and could not be something she could rely on. Immediately, Oliver’s furmom called the shelter for his intake number and was told they were planning to kill him! The furmom then rushed down to get him back.
This Oliver’s furmom called the crazy cat lady advocate seven times more that day to say how thankful she was that she took this route and saved her cat. She promised to send photos of Oliver to the crazy cat lady advocate to show her how he was getting along.
Moral of the story… “Don’t give up on trying saving animals!” A good motive has power and strength!
We can change the world and save one cat or dog at a time until the majority gets the message.
We really haven’t been adding to our pages like we used to but we have a very good excuse. We have been putting most of our time into taking care of Ferals, and abandon cats who had mean careless owners. And we have found homes for a few really wonderful kitties too! One was a beautiful Siamese Cat we named Mei Ling. She ran from mom each time she went to hang up clothes in the back yard. She ran about a million miles per hour! Mom puts out food and water for any Cats who are in need twice a day. Mei Ling after about two months was caught up in a tree on the other side of our back fence one morning. It was about four thirty five when my dad leaves for work. Mom heard a scared meow in the back and ran out to see what was going on. Mei Ling was caught on a very small branch and scared to come down. Mom started trying to coach her toward a safe place and Mei Ling was so scared she wouldn’t budge. So mom put a large ladder up for her next to the fence and Mei Ling finally came down but very slowly! Ever since then, Mei Ling never left our back yard and climbed up in mom’s lap and everything! She only slept in one of the shelters mom has by the back door. Its three feet above the ground so it stays dry and the door way is where the wind and rain won’t come in. we posted on facebook and put videos on youtube and everything and no one claimed her. She was so pretty mom cried when she handed her over to her new forever home. Her and Mei Ling got so bonded that I even got jealous of it all. It’s so crazy mom said how anyone can abandon sweet animals and not value them for all they give back to us for the little we do for them. It’s very sad and those people can’t have much of a soul mom says. Moving or new boyfriends or babies are not an excuse! You don’t give away your human baby if someone new moves in or if you have to move do you she says? So why can’t you commit to your furbaby the same way and you should! Only the very evolved humans recognize that animals are to be very highly evolved. It is our greatest honor to be the ones who are gifted with them in our lives and they teach us many lessons in life about unconditional love and they make our health better by slowing down our blood presser and making our hearts healthier. Animals give us the sweetest greetings in the morning when humans wake up or when they go to sleep. When humans come home, just who in the heck is happier than anyone to see them come home? Furbabies of coarse!
Mom also says that the day everyone ever starts to honor animals for who and what they are instead of cooking them for momentary pleasure or kicking them to vent out hatred, that our world will be evolved to the point we will no longer have wars anymore. Why does it take so long? Anyways, we spend most of our time helping Cats who need us now so forgive us for not updating our pages like we used to. Instead mom is going to take photos of cats in adoption cages and so forth and posting them on facebook so they won’t get murdered.
Isn’t it just too freaky to think about what animals face each day? So… we work as ANIMAL ACTIVISTS to fight against anything that brings cruelty toward them.
Recently, we found a pretty cat that was following people around on the street and she was being kicked away! Mean people!!! Mom carries crunchies in her purse in case she finds hungry poor kitties so mom fed her. Mom noticed she was so thin and she was rubbing all over mom’s ankles. So mom put her three bags from the store on her other shoulder with her purse and picked this kitty up and carried her home. She asked our next door neighbor if she could foster her till we found her a forever home? She said she was welcome and she took the kitty in. Then the cat was taken to the vet to be examined. This cat had no microchip or collar and the vet said she had a thyroid problem and a tumor on her tummy. Wow! That’s scary that someone would leave a poor little girl out in the world like that. After two weeks we started to see flyers around. Turned out that the wealthiest family in the neighborhood owned her. They left her outside all the time and she was even … get a load of this! DECLAWED! Holy crap! She couldn’t even defend herself! There are coyotes here that routinely eat cats and dogs round here. And people steal them and sell them to labs for experiments too. Just goes to show that money doesn’t always equal good ethics and care. So much of the time mom says that those people are too busy having a good time and taking care of their boats and let them Furbabies go and be in danger. Makes us cringe. Ehh! After a while, mom said they couldn’t have the cat back less they kept her indoors, had her microchiped and got her proper vet care. Most of the time people don’t follow through but this time, we made sure because we took her to the vet first and got her started on thyroid meds and a microchip. Then they had to make a surgery date for her tummy. The owners took it from there because they had a teenage daughter who made them. Weird world, but we have to keep marching on to fight for animal rights and against abuse.
A site geared towards Cat Care, and welfare. Helpful tips on how to take care of your cat and keep it happy & healthy! As well good ideas on how to help Ferals and animals at risk. Videos & fun too :-)
Daisy's Cat Tips is all about Feline Welfare! We add different posts regarding suggestions on helping and understanding Kitties and occasional advice on pups, although mainly geared towards Cats... Daisy promotes our help towards poor Feral Kitties who need our protection and care! Daisy is an Animal Activist Kitty sending out Positive Energy to all Animals everywhere empowering them to stay healthy and safe! Daisy begs her human friends to help her in her cause. We can spread our cause all over the world to promote Animal Welfare and Protection to cover the entire world. Purreezze! Everypawdy!
We never ever ask for any money! But any donations can be made as a purchase of food or Vectra Flea Control for cats over 9lbs. This can be made at The Cat Clinic of Orange County in Daisy's name:
Daisy Glass Then tell them that it is for Daisy to distribute to her feral kitty friends. Then please ask them to call us so we can know to pick it up. So far, we pay for all the foods ourselves and it gets expensive but the kitties cannot help themselves. They need us so much. Feral cat so often are forgotten and suffer all alone out there. Imagine them out there in the very cold weather and wind etc. No soft warm beds and toys. At least to try and flea control as many too as we can. I do clean their little ears and apply ear mite meds too. We ask you if you could. To please build a couple of feral kitty shelters too? We will put up a couple of posts to sites on how to build simple good shelters for them on our page.
Canned food and Vectra for Cats over 9lbs topical flea control donations at:
We feed and flea control our feral kitties. Hopefully, I can get some new shelters made or bought soon. I have a few for the rainy and cold windy nights for them to take shelter in. As well, I have a couple of large electric heated outdoor pads inside to help keep them warm, made especially for cats! New kitties abandon by uncaring owners turn up in my back yard each week. How sad!
♥ All Ferals need our support and Love ♥