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Home:Scarborough, ON, Canada  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female

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Stinky, Greeter Girl, Ethel Pethel, Peanut

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-extra toe(s) -cat rescue

Black and White

She loves playing ball. Fetch mostly but will play tossing the ball down the stairs by herself.

Not being able to go outside anytime she wants. Oh she's not to crazy about getting her nails clipped.

Favorite Toy:
Her spongy balls

Favorite Nap Spot:

Favorite Food:
She's happy with anything but really enjoys bugs

Ball chaser and railing balancer


Arrival Story:
After our beloved C-fer died we wanted 2 cats because he was so wonderful it would take 2 to fill the void he left. While surfing Petfinder on the internet I discovered Lucy and Ethel. When I went to their foster home I fell immediately in love with them. They were so affectionate (they are still pretty cuddly but I guess they figure since they won us over they only need to nuzzle our ears once in a blue moon). We brought them home during a huge snowstorm. A drive that would have normally taken a half hour ended up taking 2 and a half hours. They didn't make a sound in their carrier. They just fell asleep while I tried to get home safely. I guess they were happy as long as they were together. Later that night they fell asleep at the end of the my bed in each others arms, I think to comfort each other being in another new place. They don't do that any longer (well not that I've seen) as they feel totally at home and prefer to sleep seperately.

Ethel loves the great outdoors, or she may be planning a jail break. However she is only allowed out on a leash so is basically an indoor kitty. Ethel also likes to use up her lives. One afternoon I was doing some hand sewing when I put the needle and thread in the sofa cushion for a second. Ethel came up and grabbed the needle. I thought there was no way she could swallow it. I looked all over but no needle. I informed my roommate that I would be taking her to the vet. I thought there is no way she could have swallowed that needle and all that thread. Upon xray it was confirmed, sure enough there was my needle. I asked the vet if it would pass. She said it was unlikely without doing any damage. So long story short, one tax refund later, Ethel and I have a deal, she can never have anything that bad happen again, she has used up her vet visits. lolol.

Lives Remaining:
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Scarborough Cats Rule!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Question about Polydactyl cats

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 14th 2005 More than 9 years!

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