Coralie Grace

Domestic Long Hair
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Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 5 lbs.

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Cora, Lil Bit, Kit-Kit

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-part feral-pound cat-cat rescue

August 13th 2009

Dilute Calico

Zooming & Poofing!

Cups with bubbly beverages

Favorite Toy:
Bella's old purple mouse.

Favorite Nap Spot:
My chest

Favorite Food:
Wellness is all she eats and she LOVES their little square jerky treats!

Being stupidly cute


Arrival Story:
After Bella passed away I knew that I couldn't go long without a fur-baby. I looked on Craig's List hoping to find a kitten and saw an add from the Broken Arrow Animal shelter about their kittens. They had alot of females (per my lease agreement I'm not allowed to have a male) but only one long haired. She was scared and hiding in the back of her cage but she didn't hiss or scratch. Even though there were so many kittens begging for attention I just knew I was supposed to have her. I've had her a week and she is PURRFECT. I love her so much!

She was born the week of August 18th to a feral mother. She is very timid but very cuddly. She came down with a nasty URI from another cat in that room the day after I adopted her but its almost completely gone now! Now she zooms and poofs around every where when I let her out of the cage! She is getting declawed on 11/5, then she can come home!

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
October 17th 2009 More than 7 years!

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Coralie's Big Adventure!

My Very Scary Day

October 19th 2009 7:22 pm
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It seemed like it would be the same at first, the loud room with the screaming, yowling cats, my sister and I huddled in the back corner. I didn't understand why all the kitties in the room were trying to get out of their cages, as scary as it was inside the cage, outside seemed worse. The room was poorly lit, the cages dirty, we all had fleas. The dogs in the next room were barking so loud, it was so scary.

Alot of people came and went. Some of them took kittens from the room and I never saw them again, some of them left without taking a kitty home. A dark haired lady came in with the man who gave us food and came to my cage first. I was so scared I hid behind my sister. All the other kitties were trying to get her attention, I thought for sure she'd pick one of them but she was opening MY cage. I tried to get away from her but there was no where to go. She reached in and picked me up, I was too scared to do anything but let her hold me, I wanted to get away so bad. My poor sister just stared at us but she was less scared than me.

The lady looked at the man and nodded and put me back in the cage. I thought it was over. I ran behind my sister and started to shake. I was so happy when they left the room. But then he came back. The man came back with a box and he reached in my cage, picked me up then put me in the box. He carried the box down a long hall full of barking dogs and set me on a counter. Through the holes in the box I could see the lady, she was writing something and smiling. She didn't look so scary in the quiet room.

The lady carried the box out to her car and put me in the seat, then got in next to me. Even though she was driving she kept smiling at me, but she was crying too. I didn't understand. I put my face up to the hole to see her better, she was looking right at me.

Thats when she told me about Bella, my would-have-been fur sister who had to go to the rainbow bridge. The lady told me about how much she missed Bella and how there was a hole in her heart that needed filling. She told me that she was going to take me home and cuddle me and love me and give me beds and pillows and sunshine. I didn't understand those words, love and cuddle.

She didn't take me home, she took me to a VET. She said she worked there and that I had to stay here for a little while. She held me down, the doctor put a needle in my arm and took my blood. I didn't understand. After the doctor left the lady who took me from the shelter held me to her chest and started tickling me under the chin and the strangest thing happened: I started rumbling! When I started purring the lady smiled so big I thought that her face might split in half! She bent down and kissed me head and then I understood about love, and about cuddle.

I haven't gone home with the lady yet, she said soon though, but I love her. She pets me all day and plays with me and even though I am getting over a bad cold I am happy.

She picked me even though I was scared, even though I didn't think I wanted to be picked, she saved me. I love her.

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