Photo Comments Age: 4 Years Sex: Male Weight: 7 lbs.
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Catster stats for Samson
Saaamson!, Pretty kitty, baby boy.
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December 10th 2010
Sleep. And being in the bathroom while someone showers. If theyre taking a bath he'll use his tail to "fish".
Turtle necks. And taking baths. only likes to play with water not be completely wet.
Plastic jingle ball.
Favorite Nap Spot:
On my face.
He can play fetch!
I already had a cat and two ferrets when I walked into the pet shop looking for food. The humane society was there so I took a look. There he was, an orange fluff ball with his brother. Unlike his shy brother he jumped into my arms and started trying to suckle at my coat. I put him back and left. Well after two days I couldn't stop thinking about him and when i went back, there they both were. I couldn't decide which one I wanted but again he jumped into my hands and purred so loud!His brother was equally cute but Samson was so hyper and friendly and just kept trying to fall asleep on my shoulder. So I bought him and took him home.
The people who worked for the humane society told me he and his siblings were born there. The mother was brought in pregnant from several towns over. She was black and him and his brother were the only two orange ones. Which was funny because we had only ever had black cats, my mom hated tabbies. And I've always loved orange cats! His brother was beautiful but much more shy and Samson just seemed to pick me. He is so calm and mellow and funny! He walks like he's always on a hunt. Or "mission" as I say. But he's never going anywhere except to nap somewhere else. Oh but he's on a mission.
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Hold on, Im on a mission....nap time.
Fat, lazy, brave, clumsy! Oh so clumsy. Can't even sit in a window for more than 5 minutes without falling and looking really embarrassed.
I've Been On Catster Since:
|June 30th 2013
||More than 2 years!
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