Likes: He is enthralled by the views out the windows - it's such a big world out there!
Pet-Peeves: Any attempt to put a necklace on him!!
Favorite Toy: So far, it seems he is having a great time playing with his new humans!
Favorite Nap Spot: At the moment, the window sill, but I'm hoping it will eventually be my lap!
Favorite Food: Yet to be determined
Skills: Apparently typing. (Please see his diary or 'Cat-a-blog'.)
Arrival Story: After Suzy went to the Rainbow Bridge, I was just so lonely. I got to thinking about the cancer patients I met when I was my sister's stem cell donor and how many of them were concerned about what would happen to their beloved pets. I decided to look up the Macmillan Cancer Support site and it was there that I found a link to the Cinnamon Trust, which you can read about here: http://www.cinnamon.org.uk. It seems my timing was fortuitous as handsome Thomus was in need of a permanent foster home and I was in need of a furry friendly feline - and he fits the bill purrrfectly.
Bio: Thomus and I are getting to know one another and as he communicates more about his preferences and habits, I will update his page for him. :)
Sending many purrs to Big Harry for making these lovely graphics for me!!
(Please do not tell Thomus that the title of this song is 'Feline American Princess' (aka FAP). As far as he knows it's called 'Feline British Prince'.)
So early and already I have happy birthday wishes! My furiends are the best!
I will have trouble keeping up with purrsonal thank you notes so I hope you don't mind if I just say 'thanks' right here.
As some of you know, my human daddy died last month and I am very busy making sure my mum is okay so I might not do so good keeping track of things here. But mum promised me that when things settle down she'll start setting up my page each day so I can type all about my latest adventures. She won't tell me the password thing - she said that the internet can be a dangerous place and she should supurrvise me. I'm a big boy, but I guess she doesn't see me that way.
But thank you all for the nice messages and wishes. It is so nice of you to remember me!
First, I must clarify. When I say litter box training, I am not referring to my own, or indeed that of other kitties. Rather I am speaking of proper training of humans in the art of proper litter box maintenance.
All kitties should be aware that ESP is the best way to ensure their box is cleaned promptly after use and is ready and waiting for their next visit. I, myself, am blessed with ESP and it is ever so effective.
As to what ESP is exactly, well, it is a bit indelicate, but it is Extra Stinky Poops. In short time the aroma wafts through whole house announcing that you've done your business and informing your human that there is work for them to do.
If you can fine tune this skill, you can observe your human making funny faces and if you're especially talented, they might even make amusing noises. I'm not sure what animal mine is imitating when she makes a 'Gah, gah, gah' sound. But she does it well.
So if you were not blessed with this gift at birth, strive to develop it. Soon you'll have the cleanest box in the neighbourhood 24 hours a day!
Well, Zack bunny has moved inside - and not just at night - he's in for most of the time since the fox wasn't the only one scaring him. The kids that live behind us kept scaring him by hitting the fence with balls - even after being told he lived right there and that they were frightening him! So now he's safe and sound and seems a very happy bunny and we are getting along great! Mum was so happy that we're furiends and that she can be sure he's safe.
I hope I can post a photo of the two of us here. Mum tried to take our picture, but well, we had the giggles and none of them came out very good. She's still barking with that bronchisaurus thing she caught but when Mum feels better she said she'll try again. I know she had some pictures of Zack around here so maybe I'll try to find one or two of those. I'd like my furiends here to meet my new buddy!