Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Piggy, a female Domestic Shorthair

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Age: 13 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 15 lbs.

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Special Gift Box:
The family of Luigi and Smiley Cassanova


Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

June 24th 2004

Gray and White


When her new sister Goober wants too much attention.

Favorite Toy:
Squeaky mousies

Favorite Nap Spot:
Matt's bed

Favorite Food:

She's a Facebook Diva


Arrival Story:
Piggy is a humorous rescue cat who loves food. She lives with her human Matt. Look for her on Facebook and YouTube. Also, she has a book available: http://www.tuxedoebooks.com/store/ p9/Piggy.html

My sister Vision the cat and I were rescued a few years ago from a neglectful situation by my first human, Rick. Then his nephew Matt and I bonded and I became well-known through Matt's YouTube videos. My sister went to the rainbow bridge two years ago, and my wonderful daddy, Matt, brought home a special new kitten for me. I'm very motherly toward her and so glad to live in a warm, friendly home.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Piggy: Feed me and we can be friends!

I've Been On Catster Since:
March 10th 2014 More than 3 years!

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Pensive Piggy

Wanted to share something special

September 9th 2014 3:07 am
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Hello. It's been a while kitty community since I've written in my paw diary. Today, I'd like to share the whole first chapter of meow book with you all. If you like it, let me know. There will be links to buy it then....

I'm so honored that my grandma wrote a book about my adventures. Well, at least adventures I dream of....Here it is! Chapter one!

Part 1
Goober’s Tail
A pink-nosed kitten barely two months old, reached his paws toward the stately grey-striped tabby trying to bathe him with her sandpaper tongue. He swatted at her tail, trying to catch it between two small, but very furry paws. He wriggled away from her, annoyed at this bath time ritual.
“Stop it, Mom, that tickles,” the kitten said.
The mother cat ignored her babe, continuing to lick every inch of her precious adopted son. The tongue combed through the white fur, and her paw gently held him down.
She fretted over the rescued kitten, not only in keeping him clean, but especially because he was so vulnerable, the smallest one of the litter. Her human had chosen him from the animal shelter for this very reason. He had a soft spot for the underdogs of the world.
“Why do I have to be clean before bed?” The kitten squirmed, catching his mother’s tail this time before she gently pulled it away from him.
The mother cat who’d answered this question many times before stopped for a moment.
“Peanut,” she said. “I have a different kind of “tail” for you. What if I tell you the most wonderful story tonight? It’s a bedtime tale that I think you might enjoy.”
Peanut the kitten stopped fussing; his big green eyes alight with wonder. “A story, Mama, a fun story?”
“Oh yes, but this one is true. It’s about an unlikely friendship, great bravery, heroes and villians. This is the story of the great mouse rescue.”
“A mouse?” Peanut questioned.
The grey-striped tabby cuddled her young one close. She licked his soft, tiny head and then rested her chin upon him. A sigh escaped her, and she looked up into the darkness of the room; her cat night vision excellent. Her human was asleep, snoring away in the next room. She closed her eyes and let the thoughts come to her; thoughts of her dear sister and friends. A meow that sounded oddly like a chuckle echoed in her mind, or had she heard it?
Settling in with her paw across Peanut’s back, Goober the cat began her tale.
A dilapidated, gray-shingled house sat among tidy red brick homes in a quiet neighborhood of Ambridge, Pennsylvania. It stood out for the peeling strips of paint, the sagging front porch, and the tendrils of ivy creeping up the side. A wooden fence badly in need of a paint job surrounded it with a creaking, rusty gate. Behind this gate sat the meanest, toughest, and angriest cat anyone ever laid eyes on: his name was Bolivar. He belonged to no one and nobody belonged to him. Day after day, he’d wait for unsuspecting pretty, seducing them with his snake-like voice, and then grabbing them when they least expected.
The house in which he stood sentry had been deserted for several years. He claimed this property for himself and picked fights with other cats in the neighborhood who dared step foot inside his weedy yard.
Bolivar lifted his ragged orange head and licked at a wound on one paw. The scar on the right side of his face and his partially torn ear pained him today; the results of many battles. His stomach growled; he hadn’t eaten a decent meal in at least four days.
Recently, the neighbors had begun to lock their trashcans up tightly; a few of them included heavy bricks on top to prevent him from tipping them. Not a scrawny bird to eat, not even a tasty little crawling bug; his mood went from bad to worse.
Out of the corner of his eye, through one of the slats in the fence, Bolivar spotted movement. In the next yard, a plump, furry brown mouse frolicked about. With his changing luck, Bolivar perked up. He lay low to the ground, every muscle in his body tense and alert. His tail twitched in anticipation and his hind quarters wiggled as he sprung forward to pounce upon the unsuspecting rodent. . .
Goober paused for a moment with her story. Peanut apparently had forgotten all about sleeping. He stared at his mama, wide-eyed.
“I thought you said this was a mouse rescue? It sounds like this cat was ready for dinner.”
“I did, son, be patient,” Goober said, and resumed licking her kitten. Peanut rolled onto his back, paws in the air, Mama’s tongue made the fur of his belly stick up in all directions.
“Well I don’t like Bolivar,” Peanut shivered. “He sounds mean and scary.”
“Yes, he was,” Goober said, sighing. “But let me go back a little further. I’m going to tell you how another cat, a brave, beautiful cat got the best of him and how she and a mouse became the closest of friends.
You see, we don’t always have to fight or prove ourselves to be big and strong. Sometimes it’s the smallest of creatures who can teach us life’s greatest lessons.”
Peanut began purring while mama resumed her story.

http://www.amazon.com/Piggy-Karen-Malena-ebook/dp/ B00MR92EXS/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1410223907&sr=1-3& keywords=karen+malena

http://www.tuxedoebooks.com/store/p 9/Piggy.html


It's here!!

August 2nd 2014 3:22 am
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If I could stand on my hind legs and do a happy dance I certainly would! So excited to share with you, dear kitty diary, that my book is finally available! Lots of love and purrs went into my story. And some of the proceeds of this book will be going to help a feral cat community. It's a family friendly, cat lover book for all ages. Hope some of my friends will read it and let this Piggy know if they enjoyed it. Lots of great illustrations as well. Thanks for letting me share, diary. And thank you to all you wonderful cats out there for being pawesome!



The Link to the contest!

June 27th 2014 5:28 pm
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Dear Diary....and cat friends....

Here are the official rules for the first drawing for my upcoming book:

Pictures of Piggy

Piggy needs your help for her new book Piggy. She is looking to add fan artwork to the beginning of each of 4 sections in the book. Anyone can submit a rendition of Piggy to each contest, and you, Piggy’s friends and fans, will vote to decide the winner of each contest.

To enter, all you need to do is email your drawing to Tuxedo & Beans Publishing, LLC at tuxedo.beans@Yahoo.com by the deadline. Make sure to follow the specifications for each contest.

Be sure to check Piggy’s FB page for the criteria and deadlines to each illustration contest and while you’re there cast your vote for the illustration(s) you think would look great in Piggy’s book.

WINNERS: Each winner will be decided based upon the number of votes. The picture with the most votes in each category will be the winning picture. The Illustrator will be notified by email and will receive a credit inside the book and a free copy of the book upon its public release.

Pictures of Piggy first contest:

1.) The illustration can be in any medium you choose, but must be delivered as an image with 300dpi. PDF, jpg, png, tiff, are all acceptable formats.
2.) The theme for the illustration is “Piggy and the Claw Machine.”
3.) DEADLINE: July 15, 2014

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