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Home:Bowie, MD  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 12 lbs.

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Special Gift Box:
Platelicker  ♥ DB#69
Samoa - Diva Angel

monster man, mister monster, #@*!

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:

March 18th 2002

Seal Point

being with his humans. he follows us everywhere

being brushed

Favorite Toy:
anything not nailed down

Favorite Nap Spot:
back of the couch

Favorite Food:
whatever the humans are eating



Arrival Story:
Monster was born in my home along with his 3 brothers. I found homes for them and his mother, but he was so tiny for his age I though I'd wait a few weeks more before placing him. That was 7 years ago.

Monster earned his name by being exactly that - a monster from kittenhood. He acted like he'd never been fed in his whole life and would growl if you got too close to his food. He had to eat whatever was on my plate and would try everything he could think of to get to it. The spray bottle worked for a little while, then he just sat there and squinted his eyes while I soaked him. He's grown out of it, sort of. He'll still try to eat off a plate if he thinks he can get away with it. He's a big, healthy boy with bright blue eyes and a mind of his own.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
It's all about me.

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Litter Box issues

All about me, me, me:
He is more dog than cat. He follows us everywhere, opens cabinets, overturns garbage cans, and starts games of fetch by dropping a toy in a lap. He torments his siblings one minute, then curls up with them in a chair the next. They don't know what to think of him.

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 23rd 2009 More than 7 years!

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Meezer Musings

Making a big stink

August 6th 2016 1:55 pm
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Some cats may have heard about this, some may not. This past week was YUGE in D.C. because the titan arum at the Botanical Gardens surprised everyone and bloomed! So what, you say, I have flowers that bloom. What's the big deal? Well, the titan arum is not just any flower. Its nickname is the corpse flower because at its peak bloom it attracts beetles to pollinate it by emitting the odor of rotten meat. It's also 7 feet tall. I think that's taller than Lurch in the Addams Family.

Mom and the husband decided to go see this Monster of the plant kingdom. They invited me but I declined. I said Dita's litterbox smells bad enough. So they drove in and got to the Botanic Gardens around 9 pm. Well, the line was so ridunkulously long that they didn't even park the car. They just came back home. Mom said she was heartbroken, but I cheered her up by creating a YUGE stink of my own in the basement kitty toilet (pronounced twa-lay).


Happy Tails!

July 18th 2016 6:10 pm
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Happy tails to you
Until we meet again.
Happy tails to you
Keep meowing until then.

I'll miss you, my dear furriends. Catster was such a trip!

Best fishes and whisker kisses to you all.



Grabbing on to the life preserver

July 12th 2016 2:40 pm
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That's how it feels, furriends. When I first heard the news that Catster was crossing the Rainbow Bridge, I felt like I was going down with the Titanic. I hadn't been able to write in my diary for 2 years because Catster would not recognize my password, and mom's begging for help fell on deaf ears. Miracle of miracles, Watch Cat finally responded TODAY so Mom could log on and write one more time in my diary. Well, maybe more than one, since Catster's execution has been postponed. I've missed it so much, pals. Not that anything that thrilling happens in my house. Mom and the husband lead an exceedingly dull life, if you ask me. But then, all I do is sleep.

As you remember, I am the reluctant older brother to Dita, a brown tabby girl who drove me nearly insane when Mom brought her home in December of 2014 at the age of 3 months. I'm too old for kittens! Fortunately, Dita is all grown up now and pretty much leaves me alone, although at times she still tries to instigate a chase. We end up in a wrestling match instead. She also has an annoying habit of pooping outside the box on occasion. That is not acceptable, repeat, not acceptable! I insist to mom that it is grounds for dismissal, but she has much more patience than I do.
Mom has to go to her Fatster meeting (Weight Watchers), so I must sign off for now. Great to be here again!

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