Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Male Weight: 10 lbs.
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Noodle Nay, Tucker Nay, Poodle Dog, Nay- Nay, Noodle the Poodle, Nay- Nay the Lippy, and Noodle Lip-Nay
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November 23rd 2007
November 24th 2007
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He has those dry or moist snack treats in a foil bag that he loves to eat and when he comes in from outside he squeals for them, so he goes in and out a lot for snacks.
When he asks to go out he screams until I do it, and if I ignor him he dances on counter in kitchen or gets right in front of big screen TV and fingers the screen with his fingers and then I move real quick to get him outside away from my TV.
Scratch post and cat nip
Favorite Nap Spot:
In bed, on me lap, cat tower, he has a few secret sleeping spots that are hidden away, and sometimes he steals his little sister's secret sleeping spots. Tucker is a Noodle and is jellouse
Dry food and snack that come in foil bags, except every time he hears a bag sound he comes into kitchen. on counter. Tucker is a counter kitty and follows me from counter to counter and gets on top of fridge.
He use to wait at buss stops for people to take him home and feed him when he was a stray. He would wait at bus stop until he saw some person he knew so they would feed him. He tried real hard to get some body to take him in and then I came and took him
indoors and outdoors
Tucker was a stray and home less cat when I found him. He was going around looking for some one to take him in. Some people would feed Tucker and let him in to their home but would not keep him or care for him. I felt sorry for him at winter time when its cold and wet. When winter came at Thanksgiving no one wanted anything to do with poor little Tucker, but I did. I made him a dry box to sleep in by my back door, but on Thanksgiving morning Tucker came to live in my home. Two days in the box was enough for me, even though Tucker used the box. Tablet my other cat did not want Tucker to move in, so Tucker slept in the kitchen for awhile. At night Tablet and I would be in bed asleep together and Tucker would sneak into the bed room and watch us sleep.
I knew some one else was in the bedroom with Tablet and I, so I looked around and Tucker was on the desk chair watching us sleep, As soon as Tablet saw Tucker watching us from the chair he would go after Tucker and chase him out of the bed room back into the kitchen where Tablet wanted him to sleep. Tablet would come back to bed and we would fall asleep, but Tucker would sneak back into our bed room and watch from the desk chair or stand next to bed and watch us sleep. I did not care if Tucker wanted in the bed room or in bed with us, but Tablet did not want to share me or the bed with any cat. Tablet gave Tucker the mean bully treatment for about 6 months. It was stressful on me and poor little Tucker, but finally Tablet gave in and let Tucker come in bed room and through out our home with out punching him out. I was so re-leaved cause Tucker was so sad. I kept telling Tablet it was Ok to let Tucker go every where. So then it was much better no fights and Tucker was happier. Tucker slept in bed room on desk chair and then he came to bed and it was the 3 of us. Tucker use to play a game where he would crawl under the blankets at foot of bed and grab my toes and I would wake up and look around. What is going on here who is doing it grabbing my toes and running away. I figured out it was Tucker right away cause Tablet was in bed with me and Tucker was no where. I would go back to sleep and he would do it again. Under the blankets Tucker would scratch or grab me toes and run out of room. What a weird cat I thought where did he learn this? He always went under the blankets to do it and just me toes, and I would say "what are you doing"! And Tucker would pull out from foot of bed and run out of room. I would then peak to see if I could see him to come back. Sure enough he would crawl across floor to foot of bed under the blankets, and so I sat up and said "What are you doing"?! And he would run out again. This was weird sometimes a cat would attack my feet through the blankets or on the blankets, but never sneak in room and crawl under the blankets to pull on me toes and run off and do it over and over.
Tucker did this toe thing almost every morning- sneak in under blanket to the toes for about 6 months, but we moved and he never touched me toes again?!? I was glad Tucker did not grab Tablet's toes then that would have been a problem.
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