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Home:Branford, CT  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 6 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 10 lbs.

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Sunshine Girl

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
February 12th 2016

December 6th 2010

Black and White

being petted and licking her humans' hands


Favorite Toy:
catnip carrot

Favorite Nap Spot:
any soft cushion

Favorite Food:
Blue Buffalo

spreading sunshine!


Arrival Story:
Lily was adopted from the local animal shelter, where she had been waiting for a forever home for nearly five years.

My full name is Lily Pearl Silvercloud Toebiter.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
sweet little flower

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 13th 2016 More than 1 year!

Rosettes Given In The Past Month:

Stars Given In The Past Month:
Smiley Cassanova

Special Gifts Given In The Past Month:
Czarina Smokey Stone
MacKinzy An
 Cleopatra ~ Grace
Spice E
Tommy who loves Autumn Amelia
Mr. Sam - Angel Dreamboat#15

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:

for 3637 days

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November 24th 2016 3:58 pm
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I don’t believe it! This was my first Thanksgiving in my forever home, and I missed the whole thing!

This is how it happened.

I had a busy night last night—playing with my twinkle ball, jumping up and down on the humans’ bed to make sure they were sleeping properly, and patrolling the house. I didn’t get much sleep myself at all. As a result, naturally, I was feeling a bit tired this morning. So after mom and dad got up early because mom said that corny or not, she just had to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade on TV, and after she gave me my brunch treat in the kitchen, I went right upstairs again to get a head start on my usual mid-day nap. I thought, “I’ll start my nap early and be up in time to supervise this special Thanksgiving dinner, so I can see just what it is (and make sure I get some!).” I settled down right in the middle of the humans’ bed and shut my eyes.

Meow, well, nobody disturbed me because they were busy watching the parade and then preparing Thanksgiving dinner, and anyway Mom said, “You looked so cute curled up into a little round ball.” So I slept right through till evening! I didn’t get to walk on the Thanksgiving dinner table, stepping on the fancy silverware (don’t you love it when you step on a fork’s tines and the handle jumps up?). I didn’t get to lick stray drops of water off the fancy china plates. I didn’t get to twine myself around the humans' legs and keep them off-balance while they were taking hot things out of the oven. And above all, I got no special Thanksgiving dinner! Mom says she saved some for me, and that I can have them when she and dad are done cleaning up, but it won’t be the same. How could I have slept through the whole thing?

What a disappointment! When is the next Thanksgiving? How long do I have to wait before I get another chance?


A Great Discovery

July 5th 2016 8:37 am
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I have found it—the absolute bestest way to wake up a sleeping human! When I did it, mom jumped up so fast it was as if she had been fired out of a gun. MOL!
This is how to do it:

First, find a human foot sticking out from under a blanket, if possible (the technique will be more effective if the foot isn’t covered). It needs to be near the edge of the bed.

Then, get up on your hind legs and wrap your forepaws around the human’s ankle.

Next, start nibbling the human’s toes! *giggles*


The Red Twinkle Ball

April 3rd 2016 7:41 pm
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I'll always have a special place in my heart for the red catnip carrot, but I have to say that the red twinkle ball has become my favorite toy. I love to bat it around and then carry it in my teeth all over the house, from one room to another, meowing all the way. Cat experts say that we kitties only meow to humans, but I meow to twinkle balls too! Mom always asks me what I'm saying to the twinkle ball when I meow to it. I'm saying, "Don't move, twinkle ball, I've got you now! Victory! Victory! Victory!"

I am Lily the great hunter!

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