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Maine Coon/Breed Unknown
Picture of Toonces, a female Maine Coon/Breed Unknown

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Home:Atlanta, GA  
Age: 9 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 7 lbs.

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Toonce, The Tooncinator, Toonce-a-loonce, Looncey, Button

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
May 19th 2007

April 11th 2006

being brushed, whiskas tastetations, going outside, fresh water, her friend Whiskers, going on walks to the creek, her heating pad in the winter, scratching on things, watching birds/squirrels at the bird feeder

kids, having to use the litter box, snow, if somebody besides me comes into my apartment, ice in water dish, schedule changes

Favorite Toy:
catnip pillow, bouncie ball

Favorite Nap Spot:
Pillow on "her side" of the bed, the top of the cat tower

Favorite Food:
deli ham

Staring contest. She can stare down a squirrel for as long as it will take. Also: spot stealing, "muffin" making, mewing to get outside, fake sleeping so you wont move her, jumping from the couch to the kitchen ledge

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
I saw a picture of Toonces on a cat rescue website and she looked terrified in the picture. I knew I had to go get her. I drove about two hours to south Georgia to meet her where she lived in a cage alone in a big shed that housed about 150 cats up for rescue. She had been there a month. When I got her out of the cage I sat down and put her on my lap. She immediately buried her head in my arm as if to hide. She was shedding so bad, i could tell she had stopped grooming herself. I brushed her and when I set her on the floor, she immediately ran into an open cage and tried to snuggle up to a random cat- I knew she was terrified. The shelter said she had been rescued from a hoarder. I couldn't adopt her that day, I had to come back next weekend. They said not to expect her to go up in the cat condo I had or be very social, as she will probably just spend all her time hiding. I didn't care, I knew I needed to get her out of there. As soon as I got her home, she made a beeline for under the bed. I gave her treats under there, which she would eat. I gave her a catnip pillow, and she started to relax and stretch out. By that night, she was running around like a rockstar. A few weeks later we started going on walks down to the creek. It has been 4 years and she is as happy as ever!

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
May 14th 2011 More than 4 years!

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