TJ


Maine Coon/Domestic Long Hair
Picture of TJ, a male Maine Coon/Domestic Long Hair

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Home:Wyoming, Felton, DE  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 4 lbs.

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Nicknames:
Squeakers

Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-part feral

Gotcha Date:
September 8th 2011

Birthday:
April 1st 2006

Coloration:
Orange & White Tabby

Likes:
Not sure at the moment

Pet-Peeves:
being picked up

Favorite Toy:
Not Sure as of right now

Favorite Nap Spot:
Under the couch

Favorite Food:
Dry crunchies.

Skills:
Being so dang Cute

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
Started with a text message in the wee hours of the night of September 8th 2011. My Good friend called on me saying one of her cats chewed a hole in her premature sons O2 line. I rushed over, and we transported everything into my truck. The ride home was quiet except for the faint mews of the boys in the carrier. I admit it was a sudden change for them. And, I am praying that they learn to adjust to my home and my girls.

Bio:
Tj He right from the start would not come out of the carrier. And, When He did, He ran right under the couch and for all of the rest of the night of the 8th and today there he has stayed. I can only imagine how they are feeling.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
September 9th 2011 More than 2 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
1205501


Meet my family
Tempest *
Angel, Rainbow
Bridg
SnickersCaliMay
(pudgecicle)
Sun ( Sunari)
BabeRascal

Meet my Feline Friends
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My Mews!!!


MouseBreath Blog site. *awesome site*

September 24th 2011 8:21 am
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We checked out Mao, Skeezix rocky and trippers moms MouseBreath Blog site.


Its awesome, and filled with tons of funny, fun and informative stuff. check out their catster pages and click the link to the blog site. or can go to http://maobert.com/



p.s Also Mom wanted to remind everyone, that the Fall and winter seasons are starting and we all know this is the hardest time for cats and folks that have financial issues ( foodies etc). Shelters are in need of donations, either it be donating your time, monies or food stuffs for kitties an doggies. Also Shelters are in need of blankets and toys. Please help where you can. It wont take long, just pop into local shelter and drop items right inside an leave. The shelters will appreciate it and you are helping a good cause. Mom has taken foodies that we wont eat to the local ASPCA here where we live so it didn't go to waste.

Holiday season:

Time for mewmies and daddies to start to think about making home made kitty treats. They make great stocking stuffer s for Your kitty bros and sis's and Can be sent off to kitty pals all over.

Home made cat toys are the best. Take those unused sheets and towels and get to work. If you have an old pillow Wash it and then cut it open and use the stuffing for the stuffing in the new cat toys. CAT NIP is a great add in tooo. It is sold at petsmart and other Pet retailers or You can grow it at home.


Wondering what to do with those empty computer paper boxes or that darn box that you got kitty foodies an toys in from a pal? Well instead of throwing it away and adding to the trash, How about creating a Hide away for your cat!! It;s recycling the box and gives Your cat, tons of fun play time and You alot of enjoyment. *material, Scissors, or sharp knife, Pencil (to make right sized cirle or square or other neat design), Water color paints(these are safe specially if your cat is a licker like mine are), Or non toxic Crayola crayons. COME ON lets bring out that artist in You. Get creative. Best thing is You can stack them and its a wonderful alternative to a cat tree. (with the small usage of some hot glue in hidden areas).****Also Sighs... what to do with all those cat toys all over the house... sometimes it can be just to much... how about making a colorful cat toy box?/// Well its economical and fun to do and cats will love it to. You have many options, cut the hole so the cat (cats) can either have easy access to the toys or... make it a challange. for them to tug a mousie out.. Its fun!! and it gets Your cat to exercise. (to get them interested place treaties or nip inside the box in cat toys or by itself.

~~~Be sure to not place these boxes next to heaters or any other heat source.~~~~~~

*mewmie* Hello everyone, I am making a kitty hideaway, when i am finished i will post pictures. I came up with the idea after seeing how many boxes we go through at work. So why not re use them.


If any one likes my idea please let me know. I am unfortunately unable to afford any cat trees so i decided to go a different route.


*ADOPT or Foster, At Your local ASPCA today! What a wonderful Halloween gift, OR Christmas gift. smiles. Check with local shelters. The time has come for the need for helpers.


Hope(mom) Thank you for reading this diary entry. I sure hope I can inspire folks to think out of the box (store). The use of materials around your home can be a wonderful alternative for cat toys. It saves money and the economy and 9 times out of 10 your cat is going to enjoy that over a store bought gift. *Just keep in mind to be safe when making your items.*

 
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