Little Billy


Tonkinese
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Age: 4 Years   Sex: Male

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Nicknames:
Pretty Boy - Boo - Boo-Boo

Sun Sign:
Birthday:
June 5th 2010

Coloration:
Blue Mink

Likes:
Attention!!! Lots And Lots Of Attention!

Pet-Peeves:
Don't Pet Me With Only One Hand, Mom... When I Know You Have Two!

Favorite Toy:
My Sister Willow's Stuffed Possum. When She Sees Me Playing With It She Gets REALLY Mad! :o)

Favorite Nap Spot:
On The Bedroom Window Perch During The Day, But At Night, Right Next To My Mom.

Favorite Food:
I LOVE Everything! If Mom's Eating It, I Want A Bite!

Skills:
My Mother Says I'm The Essence Of Purr-fection!

Dwells:
indoors

Bio:
Billy was named after his Uncle William; who at 18 years of age is still going strong.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9





Billy truly was an Angel. His Soul was Sweet and Pure. There was not a mean bone in his body. It's amazing how in the few short months he was with me, he was able to dig his way so deeply into my heart. It's a void that can never be filled. I love you my sweet boy.

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 23rd 2010 More than 4 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
1151274


Meet my family
Benny The
Bruiser
Foxy RoxyWillow The
Terrible!
Mouse
MaximusLeo The Lion

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Little Billy


~ 'Nature for Morons"

January 5th 2011 3:27 pm
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“Individual heart cells beat at their own rate when separated from each other, a phenomenon easily observed beneath a microscope. It has long been known that when they are pushed together, they will synchronize their pulses. Recent studies have shown, however, that heart cells begin to synchronize slightly before they touch. It is not known how they signal to each other across this distance. Some scientists speculate that this method of communication may be able to cross great distances, and may explain how social animals bond, or how pets seem to sense when their masters are coming home, or even how people fall in love, one heart calling to another.”

 

~ Irving Townsend ~

December 13th 2010 9:46 pm
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"We who choose to surround ourselves
with lives even more temporary than our
own, live within a fragile circle;
easily and often breached.
Unable to accept its awful gaps,
we would still live no other way.
We cherish memory as the only
certain immortality, never fully
understanding the necessary plan."

 

My Angel

December 12th 2010 10:04 am
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My Space Is Too Quiet, And Life Is Somehow Off-Center. I Am Empty, Lost And Lonely.

 
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