Siamese/Breed Unknown
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Home:Portland, a  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 6 lbs.

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-pound cat-cat rescue

September 25th 2008


Holding conversations with humans

Cats who try to take her top spot on the Lotus tree, eating with others and being ignored.

Favorite Toy:
milk carton rings, fuzzy tail wands

Favorite Nap Spot:
On top of the lotus tree or under my duvet

Favorite Food:
bonito flakes and tuna

She answers when you call her and will talk talk talk all day long. She actually holds conversations with inflections in her voice .


Arrival Story:
She started as a trio of fosters who came to me with horrible URIs and underweight. The shelter I was fostering for was not going to accept them unless they had a foster home which meant they would stay at the county which is a kill facility. I don't think I even hesitated and decided to step in. I fell head over heels immediately. She had so much personality that she was irresistible. She talked my ear off the first night she came home even though she was sick. Out of the 3 she was the sickest and there were times I was unsure if she was going to make it. It was rare that they shelter allowed 3 littermates to go home together but I applied just a wee bit of pressure because they were so bonded. I could not imagine splitting them up.

I have no idea how this special girl came to be in the shelter. She and her sibs were very close and I hated the thought of separating them. They would only sleep balled up together and traveled in a trio. I had a little circular cat bed that they all slept in together. Even now you can find the three of them together sleeping.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Who,What, Where, When And Why

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Sugar & Spice

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 8th 2009 More than 7 years!

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Reflections and Musings from Tortiville USA

Can We Talk?!

November 24th 2009 7:58 am
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I have had so much to talk about lately. Sometimes I have to follow Mommy around just to make sure she understands my unique viewpoint. I don't talk humanese and she doesn't talk feline but it doesn't mean we don't understand each other.
So imagine my horror when I realized that there is another kitten in my house.
Some little smoke guy with some silver on him.
I didn't sign off on this.
I would never agree to some invader in my home.
An interloper if you will.
(I have been learning a new word a day and I love 'interloper'. It fits what it means.)
How he conned my Mommy into bringing him home is beyond me. BE-YOND me.
If she was going to bring a new furball into the house we should have had a vote.
Guess what mine would be?



November 13th 2009 12:19 am
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For a kitty like me with so much to say...a diary is certainly a fab idea.
Today I had what some would call a breakthrough. I did. Really.
I am what you call...errr...eksentrik. Different. You know I march to the beat of a different drummer.
Whatever. I just think I am tortalicious.
It is not news to anyone in my house that I find the kitties with too many toes a little weird. I was not all that thrilled when Mommy decided that we were gonna keep them. I had just gotten Mary the Queen of the Universe to love me and cuddle with me so I didn't want no new kitties competing with me. Nope. Not at all. But as much as I protested and protested she started looking at them with that soft Mommy face. Oh I protested some more then. I was gonna be heard. I may be the tiniest one in the house but I have the biggest mouth so when I say I protested I really protested. Loudly. Like all the time. I even followed her around the house counting off the reasons why this was not a good idea. For starters, litterboxes. We only had enough for the 7 of us. Secondly, we only have enough food for 7. Thirdly they are stinky kittens who don't always understand the concept of a litterbox. And of course...Hello? Anybody take a look see at their paws. THEY HAVE TOO MANY TOES. Weirdo. Freakydeaky. So not normal. They are-not-normal. Mommy tried to act like she didn't hear me. But I know good and well she did. I gave it my all. I convinced the others I was just trying to help them out. They didn't buy it 100 percent so then I told them that we would have to share our food with them. That scared them alright. But it was too late by then. Mommy had made up her mind.
Of course it is all their faults. When will they learn to listen? If you could hear me I am heavy sighing right now.
So anyway the mutants...err I mean the kittens were here to stay and for the better part of the last 7 months I resisted their so called charms.
But then Leo campaigned hard and eventually he won me over. I forgave his thumbs and I am glad I did because he is kinda fun. He loves me a lot. Plus he knows his place which makes him a good brother. I don't even mind it when Mommy kisses him anymore.
The others? Meh.
At least until today. Mommy caught me cuddling with Ariadne. Her long fur comes in handy on a cold day and she knows her place. She is really a good sister and even walloped Luciano a good one so I KNOW we are gonna get along great.

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