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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
September 12th 2012



Cats invading his personal space

Favorite Nap Spot:
under the bed

Favorite Food:
Wet food!

Sherlock is a lover, not a fighter. He absolutely loves being affectionate.


Arrival Story:
My husband has always wanted a black cat, just because people have a stigma against black cats and superstitions. Sherlock was rescued from a hoarder situation. When I met him at a temporary foster home, I instantly fell in love. He's such a gentle giant! My husband instantly fell in love as well.

Lives Remaining:
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August 10th 2012 More than 3 years!

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Two are better than one

October 11th 2012 2:04 pm
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Finally, I've ended up in the care of two capable, and intelligent, Watsons. And they have good taste in company.

In my life, I've tried out a few different Watsons, but I believe I've finally found keepers. My first Watson was all right, nothing too special. But that one abandoned me when I needed him most. Silly how a spot of medical problems can scare your best friends away.

Then came a slightly erratic Watson. Spread too thin, as in, too many companions in the same house. It was a little ridiculous, I'd say. Not enough attention for me -- not enough help. But, I managed to sneak some ice cream in this period.

Then my Watson was kicked out and the landlord decided to move all of us. I'm not sure where the others ended up, but, for a short time, I was re-located. Without a Watson.

Luckily, however, I've moved, once again. And now I have two Watsons to keep me company and do my bidding. Not too long ago I had Watson giving me a mani and pedicure!

Two are most certainly better than one.

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